phil-dirt-and-the-doziers-580pxPhil Dirt and the Dozers, who have been called “the nation’s most popular nostalgia rock and roll show” by HBO, kickoffs the SFSC Cultural Arts Season on Saturday, Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m. Admission is free, and tickets are available now.  Although tickets are not available at the SFSC Box Office, reserved seats can be ordered online at www.sfscarts.org.

“If you don’t know how to purchase online or don’t have a computer, ask your kids or grandkids to reserve your tickets,” said Cindy Garren, director, Cultural Programs. “They can buy tickets on their phones in your name and you can print them at home.”

Phil Dirt and the Dozers recapture the days of America’s classic rock and roll. With their musical talent, high energy, and contagious sense of humor, Phil Dirt & The Dozers will transport you to another time and place…namely, the ‘50s, ‘60s, and ‘70s. Imagine hearing The Four Seasons’ Sherry with the original falsetto vocals intact, or the hauntingly beautiful Righteous Brothers’ Unchained Melody or You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling or the beautiful ballads of Roy Orbison including Pretty Woman and In Dreams. Party on the beach with The Beach Boys and Jan and Dean. And imagine the Platters’ soul-stirring Only You performed with all the scratches and skips found on a well-worn 33 1/3 record, the way The Dozers first learned it.

The Las Vegas Sun reports that the Dozers’ success stems from their wholesome approach, great instrumentation and harmonizing. From opening for The Beach Boys on tour to private parties for ABC News, the Dozers have a reputation for creating a musical atmosphere that gets audiences on their feet.  “In their previous performances here, we just about sold-out, so we anticipate filling the house with this free performance,” said Garren.

Tickets are available now, but online only. There is a limit of four tickets per order. “Our box office is closed for the season, so you can’t call us to order tickets.  Buying online is simple, and there are no added fees because you know what they say?  “The best things in life are free,” said Garren.