The Sherman Theatre* in Stroudsburg, PA presented The Bands for Bren Benefit Concert on Friday January 9th as part of The Sherman Theatre’s Independent Rock Series. The evening’s proceeds went to benefit the Family of Brendan Kiser who grieves the lost of this young man whose love for music transcended his years. The sizable audience paid tribute to their late friend and his surviving family were treated to the sounds of the many bands who also honored Brendan and his love for music. They included Geronimo*, Belladonna, World Wide Hero* www.myspace.com/worldwideheros, Pearl Heart, No Comment Necessary* www.myspace.com/nocommentnecessary, Kings of Misfortune* www.myspace.com/thekingsofmisfortune, and Terror on the Screen* www.myspace.com/terroronthescreen. Richard Berkowitz*, Billy Kelly*, Theresa Woehrel*, Sean Montrose*, and Cheryl Yost* of The Sherman Theatre* were among the many who enjoyed the four hour show.
The next shows at The Sherman Theatre* will be The Pocono Choral Society presentation of "Gloria! Gloria!" Concert at 3pm on Sunday January 11th, The Severed Cinema presentation of a Double Feature of Golden Era Cult, Horror, and Bizarre Cinema beginning at 7pm on Friday January 23rd, The Methodical* CD Release Show at 6pm on Saturday January 24th as part of The Sherman Theatre’s Independent Rock Series featuring The Vivid Twisted*, Vengeful Oath*, Birth by the Grind*, and more, The Annual Mountain Dance Concert at 2pm on Sunday January 25th featuring a gorgeous display of dance-art performances, The Stasis Concert at 6pm on Friday January 30th as part of The Sherman Theatre’s Independent Rock Series featuring Lights Over Ashfield*, Kelsey and The Chaos*, The Gentlemen’s Club, and more, and Winterfest 2009 on Saturday January 31st from 11am until 11pm featuring the best of Blue Grass Music.
Please Explore The Sherman Theatre* Website for more information. You’ll find numerous photographs at The Forwardian Arts Society Bands for Bren Gather at The Sherman Gallery at myspace.com/forwardian_arts.
(*) denotes members of The Forwardian Arts Society in good standing and are considered Our Good Friends.