Earl’s Hideaway Lounge Presents SIRSY For Bike Night

SIRSY will perform at Earl's Hideaway Lounge in Sebastian for Bike Night.
SIRSY will perform at Earl's Hideaway Lounge in Sebastian for Bike Night.

SEBASTIAN, Florida – SIRSY, the popular band whose music appeared on the Showtime TV series “Shameless,” will take the stage this Thursday night at Earl’s Hideaway Lounge for Bike Night.

SIRSY is an American rock duo formed in Albany, New York. The group consists of Melanie Krahmer and Rich Libutti.

During their live shows, Krahmer also plays bass on a keyboard with her drumstick and Libutti plays bass pedals with his feet

Both Krahmer and Libutti have theater backgrounds. So, their energetic live show often includes stories and laughter from the stage.

Although the lyrics can be introspective and the power of SIRSY can get pretty intense, “there is no sadness there,” Krahmer says. On stage, they radiate joy. “It’s just us being free and playing music.”

While SIRSY’s song “Cannonball” was featured on the hit tv show “Shameless” on Showtime, their music video for “Lionheart” was in rotation on MTVu, and their song “Revolution” was the theme song for a PBS documentary “So Right, So Smart.” The music video for “Revolution” was also in rotation on HBO.

SIRSY will start their performance at 7:30 p.m. at Earl’s Hideaway Lounge for Bike Night. This is going to be a great show, so you don’t want to miss it.

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About Andy Hodges
Andy Hodges began his career in the field of radio and TV broadcasting where he worked for about a decade. The Jupiter, Florida resident then pursued computers as they were coming to market in the late 1980's. Andy has owned a computer business, been a software programmer, and has worked as a Senior Systems Analyst/Engineer in the Information Technology sector in Atlanta. He eventually returned to Florida and made Sebastian his home in 2002.