To all of Sight N Sound’s friends and followers…The Sight N Sound Band will be taking a sabbatical for the year 2016…I’d like to thank all of our many fans who have supported the band these past five years and I am sure we all have many fond memories of our times together…I’d also like to thank the fine singers and musicians who have played with the band in the past and I wish them all the best…thanks for everything…Frank Soria
THE “NEW” COOL… IS “OLD SKOOL” Sight-N-Sound is Cleveland’s premier Motown/R&B/70’s group bringing patrons the most enjoyable music at every venue they play. The group is dedicated to replicating the “old school” Motown Sound with the use of a live horn section, driving rhythm section and great lead vocals (male and female).
All of the Sight-N-Sound musicians come to you with quality and years of experience from various popular local bands such as Accent, Blue Eyed Souls, Memory Lane and Reunion to name a few. They have played a vast array of venues both locally and out of town/state. Some of the national acts these musicians have played for are Jay and the Americans, Frankie Lyman and the Teenagers, The Drifters, The Coasteers, Sonny Geraci, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, Len Barry, Leslie Gore and Lou Christie. In addition to this…they have played at Severance Hall, The Palace Theater, EJ Thomas Hall, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and The Union Plaza Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Check out our schedule to see where we’re playing and be sure to stop in to experience the excitement of our sound!
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Local cover band Sight-N-Sound is dedicated to replicating the “old school” Motown Sound. The band says they simply won’t travel without their horn section. Sight-N-Sound is has quite a busy schedule this summer playing at many community festivals.
Click here to learn more about Sight-N-Sound and see their upcoming show schedule.
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