The Baby Boomers Band @ the Brewerton Center for the Arts

9660 Brewerton Road, Brewerton, NY
Friday, January 18th @ 7:30pm
Please come to the lovely and historic Brewerton Center for the Arts to enjoy a special evening of music by the talented local group "The Baby Boomers Band".
By attending this exciting music event you will help support the Arts and local musicians.

Doors open at 7:00 pm
Show starts at 7:30 pm

$10 @ the door

All ages welcome. Ages 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

“The BABY BOOMERS Band” is a local seven - member band that primarily play favorites from the 60’s & 70’s. The group’s instrumentation consists of two guitars, electric keyboard, bass guitar and drums. Aside from the two male voices of the guitarists, there are two female vocalists that allow the group to perform four-part harmonies, which is the signature sound of many of the music selections in the band’s song list. Harmonica is added to the mix of instruments by one of the female vocalists. Party, Dance or Concert performances. Contact Art Bronstein: 315-445-1865

Band Members
Art Bronstein
Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Vocals
Nancy Bronstein
Harmonica, Melodica & Vocals
Jim Kerr-Whitt
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals & Percussion
Jessie Kerr-Whitt
Mark Oda
Electric Keyboard
Steve Fleury
Electric Bass Guitar
John Martin

Our Mission:
The Brewerton Center for the Arts, a 501 C3 Non Profit will serve as a vibrant, community-centered showcase for visual and performance artists living in Onondaga and Oswego counties and the surrounding region. The Center will educate, enlighten and entertain the residents of this community by providing a home for original cultural and artistic expression. The Center will host exhibits, performances, readings, concerts and installations in order to provide local artists with opportunities to share their work with the public. And the Center will offer classes and training in various forms of artistic expression that will help nourish a diverse cultural environment within our community. The Center will serve as a cultural hub that celebrates and builds upon central New York's rich heritage while preserving a historic landmark.