Cleveland Winter, Bring It On.

Dead Sweaters

Posted on 22nd January, by abilancini in Music Bios. 1 Comment

Venue: Campbell’s Sweets Factory Stage
Performance Time: 6:30pm

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

Listen to Dead Sweaters

The Dead Sweaters are the venerable yet, wildly overlooked, Cleveland super-group made up of Jeanna (loves fury hats), Will (the world’s last known living yeti), Antoine (who you know/ought to know from The Secret Soul Club) and Joe (human enthusiast).  This garage-rock band has been putting out their dance-able pop ballads to crowds all over Cleveland since spring 2012. No venue seems to limit this band’s musical range; Now That’s Class to the Beachland Ballroom, The Grog Shop to the Ohio City Masionic Temple. They have played on your best friend’s sofa and in classy restaurants. Now, they perform for you, outside, in the freezing cold. It’s a good thing, enjoy it! Dance a little bit, or a lot – get crazy – and forget that you have no feeling in your toes, fingers, or nose.

Written by Daniel Brennan Brown   Photo by Ryan Poorman

One Response to “Dead Sweaters”

  1. Jerry Borling & Theresa Vanderlin says:

    I thought the Dead Sweaters sounded great. Their sound is fresh, with a
    retro vibe.

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