Alto Reed Presents “Legendary Stars of Rock”

Founding and current member of “Rock & Roll Hall of Famer” Bob Seger & his Silver Bullet Band, Alto was recently inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame at a special ceremony and SRO Performance “Grammy” winner Reed’s early saxophone and music influences include Motown’s Jr. Walker and sax-man King Curtis which helped shape Reed’s “R&B” and “Rock” sensibilities as a perfect complement to Seger’s “Rhythm & Blues/Rock & Roll style”.

​​Thus, in the early 70’s, Reed began, what is now, a long career with Bob Seger, creating signature sax lines on numerous Seger Classics like “Turn The Page”, “Old Time Rock and Roll”, “Main Street” and “The Horizontal Bop” which established his saxophone as a significant lead instrument in “Rock & Roll”.

Alto Reed is celebrated equally for his legendary electrifying concert performances in front of millions of concert goers as well being an intrinsic musical ingredient on more than a dozen Multi-Platinum Albums with sales of close to 100,000,000.

Reed’s diverse repertoire with his 10 piece Motor City AllStars gives a whole new meaning to “Rockin’ Blue’s”, whether seemingly levitating a huge bass saxophone slung around his neck or delivering sexy/down & dirty heartfelt blues licks and vocals.

Reed has also guest starred with a long list of “Music Icons” ranging from The Blues Brothers, Foghat, Grand Funk, Otis Rush, Otis Day, Maria Conchita Alonso, Jeff Daniels, Blue Oyster Cult, George Thorogood, The Steve Thorpe Blues Orchestra, Kid Rock, Little Feat and many more including performing with The Ventures for their 2008 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction on “Hawaii 50”.

Mitch Ryder

High octane, turbo, high performance, supercharged MITCH RYDER & The Detroit Wheels didn’t need to hail from the Motor City for those adjectives to be tossed their way, but it was certainly appropriate that they called Motown home.

Dave Mason

Dave Mason’s early musical career as a member of the band Traffic operated on the cutting edge of the late-sixties music scene at a time of rapid and remarkable evolution, and expanded rock’s sonic palette with songs such as Mr. Fantasy, and Traffic, among the more remarkable albums of the sixties.

Mark Farner

Mark Farner is the heart and soul of the band Grand Funk Railroad, having written and/or sung their most famous songs from the majority of their ’70s hits

Gary U.S. Bonds

As America’s baby boomers moved into their mid teens, Gary began his professional career. For his first hit, “New Orleans,” attention was brought to the record by having promotional copies sent to radio stations in sleeves inscribed “Buy U.S. Bonds”

Peter Rivera

Peter Rivera is the original drummer and lead vocalist behind all of the hits. Wherever these classics are played people inevitably say something like: “I’d know that voice anywhere”

Rick Derringer

Young entertainer Rick Derringer was just 17 when his band The McCoys TM recorded the No.1 hit “Hang On Sloopy” in the summer of 1965, knocking “Yesterday” by The Beatles out of the top spot.


Otis Day

DeWayne Jessie was part of Universal Studios’ stable of character actors when he was offered the role of Otis Day, the roadhouse rhythm -and – blues singer in “Animal House” – National Lampoon’s occasionally raunchy but – unfailingly- funny tribute to college fraternity life.

Turn The Page // Playlist
  1. Turn The Page // Playlist
  2. Alto Reed-Change The World // All Rockstar Hits
  3. Feelin’ Alright // Dave Mason - Dave Mason Hits
  4. The Loco-Motion // Mark Farner Hits
  5. Devil With A Blue Dress On / Good Golly Miss Molly // Mitch Ryder Hits
  6. I Just Want to Celebrate // Peter Rivera Hits
  7. Rock and Roll Hoochie Coo // All Rockstar Hits
  8. This Little Girl // Gary U.S. Bonds Hits
  9. Dear Mr. Fantasy // Dave Mason - Dave Mason Hits
  10. We Just Disagree // All Rockstar Hits
  11. Only You Know And I Know // Dave Mason - Dave Mason Hits
  12. Mark Farner-Footstompin’ Music // Alto Reed Hits
  13. I’m Your Captain Closer To Home Medley // Playlist
  14. Hey Big Brother // Peter Rivera Hits
  15. Get Ready // Peter Rivera Hits
  16. Rock & Roll // Mitch Ryder Hits
  17. Walking the Dog // Playlist
  18. Gimme Some Lovin // All Rockstar Hits
  19. Free Ride // Playlist
  20. Detroit Train // Playlist
  21. Detroit Diesel // Playlist