The Dean Martini Band ‘covers’ it all at Char’s Landing on Friday

Dean Martini’s got it covered in Alberni

The Dean Martini Band on Friday, Nov. 2 at Char's Landing.

The Dean Martini Band has got you covered this Friday, Nov. 2 at Char’s Landing.

As belt sizes increased and hairlines decreased, the quintet that make Dean Martini Band—Blaine Ronning, Jim Kraneveldt, Terry Sheldrake, Dave Dowling and Stacy Werner—realized that their stunning good looks would no longer be enough to entice rabid crowds and adoring fans.

With musical backgrounds ranging from cruise ship lounge acts to full on Aqua Net and Spandex metal bands, to fourth grade piano lessons from the crabby lady down the road, Dean Martini Band have yet to find a genre of music they don’t embrace.

Music starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door (doors open at 7 p.m.). Char’s Landing is on Argyle Street at Fifth Avenue.Dean Martini’s got it covered

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