Catch The Dan Band at Stage 48 as they perform over-the-top covers of pop standards!
The Dan Band bring their over-the-top pop covers to Stage 48 in Hell's Kitchen! You'll have 4 opportunitites to catch the band in action! The residency kicks off on Thursday August 15th. The theme for the evening will be "Summer Hangover." Come dressed n your best "Alan" look-a-like costume (there will be a contest with prizes) to enjoy this show, which will include clips of The Hangover throughout.
More dates and info listed below.
The Dan Band
Doors 7pm // Show 8 pm
Tickets: $25 (ADV) $30 (DOS)
Ages: 16 +
September 27 - Back to (Old) School
The group takes it back to the times of uniforms and co-eds with this fall show. Extra credit: Frat groups will get to cash in on discounted $5 PBRs. Righteous, Brah.
October 26 - Halloween
Costumes are welcome and preferred for this show. There will be a contest, there will be prizes, there will be (fake) blood.
December 12 - Christmas
Toys abound in this holiday-themed show, complete with X-mas tunes. Bring an unwrapped toy for Toys for Tots or canned food donation (and win drinks and other prizes!).
ABOUT THE DAN BAND
Actor/comedian Dan Finnerty fronts The Dan Band, well known for their covers of originally female-performed pop songs, with added obscenities and swearing. Their live show has become a staple of Los Angeles nightlife, with Entertainment Weekly naming it "the hottest ticket in town."
Dan has made notable appearances in the movies Old School (singing "Total Eclipse of the Heart" and "Lady"), The Terminal, Starsky & Hutch, where he performed Roberta Flack's "Feel Like Makin' Love" at a Bat Mitzvah, and most recently The Hangover (performing "Candy Shop" and "Fame") in a wedding scene reminiscent of his appearance in Old School. In 2005, they released The Dan Band Live, their live full length debut album. They gained attention due to their expletive-heavy version of Bonnie Tyler's "Total Eclipse of the Heart," as well as their cover versions of "Lady" by Styx, "Milkshake" by Kelis, Toni Basil's "Mickey," and many others.