Sherman Theater Presents

Dogs In A Pile

All Ages
Saturday, March 09
Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm
$20 to $30
$20 ADV | $25 DOS | $30 Reserved Balcony Seating
(After 5pm on day of show tickets must be purchased at the door)
All Ages Admitted // 21 to drink with ID

General Admission Standing – there isn’t a bad spot in the house!
Reserved Balcony seating available for Sherman Theater Members only
For membership information, please contact [email protected]

VIP BOX: Sherman Theater Members $495 | Non-Members $575
SKYBOX: Sherman Theater Member $645 | Non-Members $725 
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Mosey Beat is a progressive funk rock group that blends high energy dance grooves, soaring rock riffs and deep funk pockets to create a new fusion of sound. They have gained notoriety for their well crafted tunes that transform into captivating live improvisations, allowing for a unique show every single night. Since their formation in 2012, they have played well over 300 shows and have shared the stage with acts such as Spafford, Litz and Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root. The Mosey Beat sound has hit audiences across states such as Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Vermont, and West Virginia, and are looking forward to continuing their musical endeavors for decades to come.
The Tribe is a Soul and R&B group from Northeastern Pennsylvania. "...oozes all the foot-tapping,
The Dogs employ a unified approach to performance and songwriting, crafting aural mosaics through adept instrumentation and humble precocity. As avid storytellers, they draw inspiration from personal experiences, balancing life’s foibles with ever-present youthful sanguinity.   Dogs began when Philadelphia University of the Arts guitar gun-slinger Jimmy Law began playing with young Joe Babick (drums), a student at the Count Basie Theater program in Red Bank, NJ.  Lightning struck when they were introduced to Berklee School of Music student and bass player Sam Lucid, who immediately suggested fellow Berklee student and keyboard player Jeremy Kaplan. The addition of fellow Berklee student Brian Murray (guitar) in 2019 made for the quintessential final piece in the Dogs’ puzzle.    A string of successful local shows drove the development of a massive northeast fan base, affectionately known as the Dog Pound. The band’s astronomical growth culminated in an epic, sold-out performance at the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park during the summer of 2021. Armed with a fresh batch of new material, Dogs in a Pile is taking its perpetually evolving testament to the Great American Songbook on tour in 2022, visiting plenty of new cities and spreading good music and good energy to good people along the way. 
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