Meet the Band

  

Are you ready for some Old-time rock'n roll? Vintage Party is your choice venue for classic rock party music from the 50's to the 90's. We consist of some of the areas most experienced and accomplished musicians… 

We are all about getting the party started and the crowd on the dance floor. Our audiences range from 20-somethings to 60 plus (going on 20). We are family friendly and play the music everyone remembers and loves. 

Meet the "COACH" aka Tom Caso, Guitarist, Vocals 

Tom has been performing with music groups since the age of 17. After attending Berklee College of Music in his 20's he fronted various bands singing, playing guitar and writing most of the music. His band KLEEN KUT was a staple on the Boston circuit of original bands circa early 1980's. Throughout the 90's and early 2000's Tom's band FREE SPIRIT played hundreds of shows throughout New England and beyond. Tom is a natural on stage.  If you want to see a front man who knows how to get the crowd rockin....HE'S THE GUY. Come see Tom and the rest of the boys from Vintage Party. 

 Meet Don Barry, Bassist, Vocals 

Early in the 1970's he spent time playing in local Boston area bands which led him to a summer working in the house band in a Catskills resort. There he picked up his appreciation for jazz, blues and developed his chops on the string bass. Don toured with Lonesome Dave Clark, and Chicago Bob, ex-Muddy Waters player and played regular gigs with Luther Johnson down at the old Highland Tap, Speakeasy, and Bunratty's in the 1970s. 

During the 80's Don took a break from playing live music to raise a family. He did continue to be involved with theater sound design, audio electronics, and appeared on stage in local community theater. He rejoined the music scene in the mid 1990s to do fill-ins on both bass and acoustic guitar. In early 2000's he began to perform at benefits and the occasional pub with Maria Breen's Just For Fun and Acoutic Fire. 

In 2000's, Don joined the Lenny Solomon Band playing bass on Lenny's third CD Maybe Today. He now appears regularly in the Solomon Band, and the more acoustic Solomon Trio, at clubs, concerts and coffee houses in the Metro Boston area. 

Now, Vintage Party is excited to have Don playing the classics with us. for the last few years. 

Meet Eric  Egertson, Guitarists, Vocal

Eric fell in love with the sound of the electric guitar in high school – sparked by the three-guitar army sound on Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “One More for the Road” double live album.   The combination of blues-licks on top of hard driving rock become a lifetime obsession.    The Johnny B. Goode scene from Back to Future (check it out on YouTube) only reinforced the obsession with the powerful effect rock ‘n roll can have (it save McFly’s parents’ marriage!).   But nothing impacted Eric’s love of the guitar as a winter night in Middlebury Vermont at the local pub (the Alibi! – sadly defunct now) that always had live bands with no cover on Thursday nights.  There was a $2 cover that night, but it turned out to be the best investment ever – Johnny Copeland, on his way to a Burlington, VT weekend gig was the live entertainment.   Known as the “Texas Twister”, Copeland had appeared and recorded Stevie Ray Vaughn – and he was playing typical hard charging Texas blues.  (Check out the live version of “Everybody Wants a Piece of Me” from Montreux, 1983 for a sample.)   Eric was hooked and shortly thereafter bought his first electric guitar (after spending years playing cowboy chords on acoustic guitars). 

After some experimentation to learn how to control distortion and volume with the electric guitar, Eric started playing in bands on rhythm guitar, then lead guitar, and then added lead and backing vocals.  Eric has been performing in Classic Rock, Modern Rock, and Blues Rock cover bands for over 15 years.   From the New Jersey shore to Maine piers, rockin’ wedding receptions, and clubs large and small, Eric loves playing live music and is thrilled to be collaborating with the outstanding musicians and friends in Vintage Party.

Meet Joe Azzolino, Percussions, Drums, Vocals 

As one of the founding members of Vintage Party, Joe has been playing drums off and on since he was fourteen.  He remembers listening to the Beatles,  The Stones and Jimmy Hendricks with his older broker Nick, who introduced him to drumming on an old white mother of pearl Rogers kit.  When he left for the National Guard, he left me his albums and drums and I never looked back.  Now as an adult, I still enjoy the oldies as much as the newer rock music.   And now, I've passed it down to my son.

 

  

2021 Events & COVID-19 Restrictions

We are booking events as the  States allow based on COVID-19 restrictions.  Call for your outdoor venue today. 

Upcoming Events / Shows

Song List

LIST OF SONGS 

AUTHORITY SONG 
BAD BOY 
BE BOP A LULA 
BEFORE YOU ACCUSE ME 
BITCH 
BORN ON THE BAYOU 
BORN TO BE WILD 
BROWN SUGAR 
CAN'T YOU SEE 
COCAINE 
CROSSCUT SONG 
DEAD FLOWERS 
DIRTY WATER  
DREAM LOVER 
FIRE DOWN BELOW 
FOLSOM PRISON BLUES 
FORTUNATE SON 
GET BACK 
GIMMIE THREE STEPS 
GOOD LOVIN 
HANG ON SLOOPY 
HIPPY HIPPY SHAKE 
I THINK WERE ALONE NOW 
IT'S ALL OVER NOW 
JENNY JENNY  
JET AIRLINER  
JOHNNY B. GOOD 
KEEP YOUR HANDS TO YOURSELF 
KNOCKIN' ON HEAVENS DOOR 
LET IT BLEED 
LITTLE SISTER 
LOUIE LOUIE 
MARY JANE'S LAST DANCE  
MONY MONY  
MUSTANG SALLY 
NEW ORLEANS 
OLD TIME ROCK AND ROLL 
ONE WAY OUT 
PLAY THAT FUCKY MUSIC 
PRIDE AND JOY 
ROADHOUSE BLUES 
ROLL OVER BEETOVAN 
SHOTGUN.  
SLOW DOWN 
SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL 
STATESBORO BLUES 
STORMY MONDAY 
SWEET HOME ALABAMA 
SWEET HOME CHICAGO  
SWEET JANE 
SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL 
TAKIN CARE OF BUSINESS 
THANK-YOU 
THE WANDERER 
UNCHAIN MY HEART 
WHAT I LIKE ABOUT YOU 
WILD THING 
YOU REALLY GOT ME

ORIGINAL ARTIST

John Mellancamp 
Beatles 
Gene Vincent 
Clapton 
Stone 
CCR 
Stepenwolf 
Stones 
Marshall Tucker 
Clapton 
Eric Clapton 
Stones 
The Sandells 
Dion 
Bob Seger 
Johnny Cash 
CCR 
Beatles 
Lynyrd Skynyrd 
Rascals  
THE McCOYS 
Beatles 
Tommy James & the Shondells 
Stones 
Tommy Tutone 
Steve Miller Band 
Chuck  Berry 
Buddy Guy 
Clapton 
Stones 
Elvis 
Kingsmen 
Tom Petty  
Billy Idol 
Wilson Pickett 
Gary US Bonds 
Bob Seger 
Alman Brothers 
Wild Cherry 
Stevie Ray 
Doors 
Chuck Berry 
Jr Walker & the Allstars 
Beatles 
Buddy Guy 
Alman Brothers 
Hendricks 
Lynyrd Skynyrd 
Blues Brothers 
Lou Reed 
Stones 
BTO 
Sly & Family Stones 
Dion 
Ray Charles 
The Romantics 
Troggs 
Kinks