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Reunited Rockin’ Bonnevilles finding new venues, younger fans

Scotty Mac and the Rockin’ Bonnevilles includes Mac on guitar and vocalist and harmonica player Ted Hennessey. Not pictured are bassist John Ellis and drummer Chad Ploss.
Scotty Mac and the Rockin’ Bonnevilles includes Mac on guitar and vocalist and harmonica player Ted Hennessey. Not pictured are bassist John Ellis and drummer Chad Ploss.
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By 2002, Albany blues rockers Scotty Mac and the Rockin’ Bonnevilles had released three studio albums and were playing out with possibly their strongest lineup yet. The classic lineup, as Mac calls it — featuring himself on lead guitar, vocalist and harmonica player Ted Hennessy, bassist John Ellis and drummer Chad Ploss — had finally coalesced around 2001’s “Graveyard For the Blues” album. With Ploss on board, the band was beginning to branch out from ...


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