Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds with Last Daze and MoChester
The weather is getting warmer, the sun is shining outside and spring has officially sprung. As the pandemic-like sickness of cabin fever fades, Central New Yorker’s get geared up for one thing in particular- the “concert season.” That’s not to say we don’t also follow music in the winter, but let’s face it, you’re much more likely to go to a show if you don’t have to fight some crazy weather systems to get there. That said, in the spirit of spring, The Westcott Theatre in Syracuse will be hosting an all-ages evening of New York talent to help us shake off the cold and rock out.
The bands playing are from all corners of the state, hailing from The Adirondack Park, Rochester, and
Brooklyn respectively. Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, from Brooklyn, NY, is a soul/dirty funk band that has been pumping up crowds with their unique, danceable tunes for several years. This band enjoys quite a following, and features members Arleigh Kincheloe, Jackson Kincheloe, Sasha Brown, Josh Myers, Dan Boyden, Brian Graham and Phil Rodriguez.
From The Adirondack Park, rock/alternative band Last Daze, comes with the northern New York feel, and are well-known for their crowd-pleasing performances. Get up and get down with members Katy Cole, Chris Schempp, Mick Chalangelo and Tyler Peter.
And last but certainly not least, MoChester, of Rochester, NY, comprised of members Brandon Sheffer, Jonathan Sheffer, Alex Melville and Ben Overmyer, is happy to enhance your experience with their eclectic mix of pop, rock, reggae and groove music.
Doors open at 7 p.m. at The Westcott Theatre, 524 Westcott St. Syracuse, Friday, April 17. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at The Sound Garden in Armory Square as well as online at www.upstateshows.com or www.westcott.tunestub.com. Go have some fun, dance the night away and gear up for another exciting concert season in Central New York.
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