DECEMBER SHOWS AT THE MONTROSE ROOM
The Montrose Room located at the InterContinental Chicago O'Hare in Rosemont introduces Coco Montoya on Friday, December 7. Tickets are available now and can be purchased by visiting http://montroseroom.com/.
Born in Santa Monica and inspired by early rock n’ roll, Coco Montoya started his musical career as a drummer at a young age. His career blossomed in the 70s with Montoya partnering with both Albert Collins and John Mayall, at which point he became recognized as an outstanding blues guitarist. Montoya has worked with numerous influential artists while releasing his own collection of original works. In the late 90s, Montoya was awarded Best New Blues Artist at the Blues Music Awards. Since then, he has released a number of records including “Suspicion,” “Can’t Look Back” and “I Want It All Back.”
Coco Montoya, Friday, December 7 at 8:30 PM – Doors Open at 8 PM
- $10 – GA
- $15 - VIP
The Montrose Room at the InterContinental Chicago O’Hare
5300 N. River Rd
Rosemont, IL 60018
About the Montrose Room
Named one of Chicago’s Top 5 Suburban Bars by TimeOut Chicago, the Montrose Room boasts ringside cabaret seating (think Park West – West) for only a few hundred, bringing performers up close and personal with their fans. The Montrose Room also features the ‘eco-chic’ Ice Bar, serving up the country’s only Ice-tinis – specialty martinis served in glasses made of pure ice.
Located within the InterContinental Chicago O’Hare, doors typically open by 8 pm and patrons must be 18 and older for admittance. PARKING RATES IN INTERCONTINENTAL O’HARE LOT ARE AS FOLLOWS: Up Close @ Montrose shows: $5.00 (validated). The blue line Rosemont stop is the closest public transportation stop from the city. For more information and current schedule, visit Montrose Room at montroseroom.com or call 847/544-5300. Join the Montrose Room on Facebook at facebook.com/montroseroom or follow on Twitter at twitter.com/montroseroom.
About Coco Montoya
Mentored by legendary bluesman Albert Collins, Coco Montoya became the guitarist for John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers for 10 years. Following his time with Mayall, Montoya went on to lead his own band. A self-taught guitarist, Montoya plays left-handed and upside down in the style of Albert Kind and Jimi Hendrix. Coco Montoya was awarded Best New Blues Artist at the Blues Music Awards in 1996. Currently Montoya has releases seven solo albums, the most recent, “I Want It All Back.”