Rustbelt-Hewn Rock Duo Sirsy Perform at Brewerie's Beer Garden

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Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 10:45 AM
Rustbelt-Hewn Rock Duo Sirsy Perform at Brewerie's Beer Garden by Ryan Smith
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Albany-based rock-’n-soul duo Sirsy have become rather familiar with, and well-heard in, our fair city, having played repeat shows at various Erie locales and events like UPMC’s Sunset Concert Series.

Fans and newcomers alike will get to see and hear Sirsy (again, or for the first time) when the girl-guy, Rustbelt-hewn rock duo once again performs a free show at The Brewerie’s Beer Garden on Friday, Aug. 21.

“One of upstate New York’s hardest-working bands … Sirsy certainly doesn’t skimp when it comes to volume, providing plenty of sonic punch from (Melanie) Krahmer’s drums and vocals and (Rich) Libutti’s guitar work,” Reader Arts and Culture Editor Alex Bieler wrote before Sirsy performed at The Brewerie in August 2014.

Sounds like plenty good reason to head out to the Garden. – Ryan Smith

9 p.m. // 123 W. 14th St. // brewerie.com

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