When: Saturday August 1, 2020 at 7:30 PM
Where: A virtual concert broadcast live from the Surf Ballroom. No tickets available - join the live stream on-line at the Surf Ballroom’s Facebook page! The concert will also be broadcast live on the Drop Dead Dangerous Facebook page & the Island Fever Showcase Facebook page and additional media outlets!
Cost: FREE!!! A virtual donation jar will be available during the broadcast. All donations will support the Surf Ballroom & Museum.
You can also donate now directly through this link...
Your donation is tax-deductible & supports the incredible community outreach efforts of the Surf's foundation - the North Iowa Cultural Center! They need our help now more than ever!
Drop Dead Dangerous is the collaboration of lead singer/guitarist Kitty Steadman, and award-winning percussionist Melanie Howe. Steadman is arguably the most powerful female vocalist the southern rock and country-music landscape has heard and Howe, commonly known as "The Djembabe", effortlessly fills the pocket with groove. Her wild drum kit and percussion rig leave audiences mesmerized. Together they blend "sister-like" harmonies, along with regular band mates JD Edge (fiddle, mandolin, guitar & vocals) and Paul Wray (bass & vocals). A band full of songwriters that intertwine addicting melodies with honest, passionate lyrics, Drop Dead Dangerous stands out among the best bands in the touring business today.
Join us (virtually) and help us keep the music alive through this unique virtual concert experience. The music lives on at the legendary Surf Ballroom!