The legendary guitarist succumbed to prostate cancer March 3.

Scheduled for April 27 at San Francisco’s Regency Ballroom, “A Concert For Ronnie Montrose – A Celebration Of His Life In Music” will feature original Montrose members Sammy Hagar, Bill Church and Denny Carmassi plus Satriani on guitar performing the band’s debut album.

But the Montrose members aren’t the only ones coming together to honor the guitarist. Gamma, featuring Davey Pattison on vocals, bassist Glenn Letsch, drummer Carmassi and special guest Marc Bonita on lead guitar will also rock the house.

Then there’s the all-star band of musicians who have played with Ronnie Montrose. So far, that lineup includes Journey member Neal Schon along with former Journey drummer Steve Smith plus members of Tesla, Mr. Big’s Eric Martin, Rickie Phillips from Styx, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer of KISS and Jimmy DeGrasso from Y&T and Alice Cooper.

From Ronnie Montrose’ widow, Leighsa Montrose:

“Ronnie was the kindest man I had ever met. I am honored that he was my husband and best friend as well. We slept together, we woke each morning together and we shared every meal together. We savored every moment that we had together. I am so proud of him for the man he was, which extended far beyond his musical abilities. I am full of joy to have been a part of his life, and I’m so happy that he was a part of mine. I dearly thank all of you for your friendship and love you shared with him. I know it meant everything to him.”

Hagar posted a message on his website saying Montrose had planned to reunite later this year.

“One of my top priorities this year was a Montrose reunion. Ronnie and I planned to do it in Cabo in October. I am so sad it won’t happen, but on April 27th Joe Satriani, Denny Carmassi, Bill Church and I are going to play the hell out of some Montrose!!!”

Tickets, including $55 general admission and VIP reserved priced at $175, are on sale now. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Ronnie Montrose Fund for San Francisco Bay Area Musicians through Sweet Click here for more information.