08/12/11 The Sulentic Brothers Band will close out the Music in the Park Series on Friday night at the Young Amphitheater in Centennial Park. The group is ‘going on year eighteen’, The popular group from South Bend was formed in 1993 by brothers Tom and Dave Sulentic. The brothers along with Mike May, Cliff Schooler, Jim Robinson, Dave Lynch and newest member Jeff Mitchel have performed with many great acts throughout their years together. Their focus has always been on writing and performing their own music. The group has written over 100 songs influenced by classic artists such as The Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gov’t.
Mule, The Doobie Brothers, The Beatles and Grand Funk Railroad, They have a unique ability to combine blues, rock and country that, when mixed together, is the perfect recipe.
Their CD releases in clude ‘Hypnotized’, ‘Prisoner’ ‘South Bend’
and ‘The Past’. You can listen to all their original music at www.soundclick.com/thesulenticbrothersband. Their music is also available at http://cdbaby.com/all/sulentic and www.myspace.com/thesulenticbrothersband.
From www.isound.com/sulentic-brothers-band, a reviewer writes, “Ok, boyz ‘n’ gurlz. May I present to you a truly glorious Guitar Rock-n-Roll band, who combine their own unique pedigree and sound utterly magnificent!!! The Sulentic Brothers Band’s music is a unique combination of styles and ideas. These styles and ideas form a band with the incredible ability to write music all their own. All members of the band take an active part contributing to the writing of their music. To date the band has written 100 original songs. Since the band’s formation the members have demonstrated a unique dedication to the writing and playing of their music. Moreover, the quality of music this band produces shows a distinct chemistry among all the members. The band continually strives to exploit their music, and are willing–in fact–anticipating opportunities to tour as well as taking other avenues to promote their material.”I
“We’ve got the greatest country in the world!” said Cliff Schooler in a recent WTCA interview. They will feature ‘Old Glory’, written by a former band member right after 911. The Sulentic Brothers Band has a time-tested sound that is sure to please.
Bring a lawn chair, your favorite beverage and a picnic to enjoy this special music in a delightful setting. If you don’t want to cook, Delta Theta Tau will once again be offering refreshments-each performance offering a special that reflects the group performing. As in years’ past, gates open at 6:00 with the performance at 7:30. Tickets are $10 for adults in advance and $15 at the gate. Children and K-12 students are free. Tickets are available at the Encore Office, ASK for Flowers, Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department, Wagoner’s Music Shop and WTCA. For more information, contact Debi Gidley at Encore Performing Arts, 1305 W. Harrison Street, Plymouth at 935-4987 or the website at www.encoreperformingarts.org.