The Dean Brothers, one of Central New York's most popular rock bands in the 1970's, is putting together a special performance at the Redhouse Theater in Syracuse's Armory Square.
Their show on Dec. 4 sold out almost immediately and the Redhouse asked them to add a second performance. The Sammy Award-winning band agreed to a second date on Sunday, Dec. 5 at 4 p.m.
"We're very excited to be playing in the intimate setting of the Redhouse Theater, which seats around 90," said Holly Gregg, one of the four original musicians in the pop vocal band. "In our two sets, we hope to create a type of live 'variety show' concept, which will feature a cappella, acoustic and full-blown rock & roll music. And we'll play some tunes to put us in the holiday spirit, too!"
Special guests will make appearances throughout the night.
Tickets are selling fast for the Dec. 5 performance. For ticket information, call the Redhouse at 425-0405.