Sirsy was sensational in their headlining set at Unity Hall in September, 2019.  We're thrilled to welcome Melanie and Rich back to our stage, virtually this time, for a concert that's sure to produce the same sound, look and exuberance of that outstanding night.  The Boston Globe call SIRSY “the little band with the big sound.” SXSW Music Blog says “SIRSY is NOT simply a two piece, the sound they make is a head scratching, WOW!” SIRSY is fronted by charismatic vocalist/ drummer Melanie Krahmer who has “one of the most powerful and flexible voices you’ll ever hear.” (Times Union). Guitarist, and Mel’s husband, Rich Libutti plays a road worn Rickenbacker guitar through a pedal board full of vintage effects. These multi-instrumentalists manage to sound like a full band, playing their own brand of rock, pop, and soul music. Their energetic show can vary from acoustic to electric, and might even include planned comic bits.

Sirsy's free concert premieres on Saturday, March 13th at 8pm (eastern) at unityhall.com and will remain viewable on our home page until the next concert in this series premieres two weeks later.   Get the full schedule here

This free concert is made possible by member support
and these community minded businesses

Many Unity Hall programs are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program,a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by CNY Arts.

We were pleased and proud to  be recognized as one of the Best Venues for live music in the 2019 and 2020 SAMMY Awards. Our thanks to the Syracuse Area Music Awards board and all those that voted, and congratulations to the venues we share this distinction with.

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