Legendary guitarist Martin Barre from Jethro Tull will be performing on Friday, May 5th at the Music Box Supper Club.  Here is your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show as well as a meet and greet with Martin!

One of the top rock guitarists ever to grace the music scene, Martin’s dynamic and explosive guitar playing was paramount to Jethro Tull’s live and recorded sound.  Starting with his debut on the band’s classic second album, Stand Up, right up until the band’s eventual demise in 2011.

Martin is touring the U.S. this year with his own incredible band in support of his new album, Back to Steel

His band’s original music harkens back to the earthy blues-rock of Tull’s earliest days and his current live set list mixes in some early Tull classics along with his own original heavy blues-rock. 

To win tickets to this show and a meet and greet with Martin Barre, follow the contest rules below.

Submit an email to gdrugan@neomusicscene.com

  1. In the subject write Martin Barre Contest
  2. In the email write 1. Your name  2.  Your email address   3.  A contact phone number
  3. One entry per person.  Multiple entries will disqualify the candidate.  
  4. You must be 21 years old to enter the contest
  5. You must be able to get to the venue by 4:45 pm for the meet and greet.  Late arrivals may be disqualified for the meet and greet.
  6. One winner will be selected at random.
  7. The winner will receive two tickets to the show and a pre-show meet and greet with Martin Barre!
  8. The contest runs from Monday 4/24 through Friday 4/28.  All entries must be received by 11:59 pm eastern.
  9. The winner will be contacted on Saturday 4/29.  
  10. Tickets are not transferable.  Winner must pick up tickets at Will Call the day of the show.

Good Luck!



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Greg Drugan has been attending concerts since 1982 and has seen everyone from AC/DC to ZZ Top. Classic rock is his forte, but he is also well versed in alternative and pop music. When not attending concerts, Greg can be found teaching history, psychology and the history of rock n roll at a rural high school where he also serves as the head track coach. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with his family.