Joseph and John DeMasi, the DeMasi Brothers infuse their concerts with a mix of their Unitarian Universalist values, their unique blend of harmonies and toe tapping rhythms with fun filled folk music that is sure to put a smile on your face and a song in your heart. Their show features John on fiddle, guitar and vocals and Joseph on guitar and vocals performing original songs that delight, intrigue and inspire as well as songs you will know, love and remember. Their shows include "Who Do You Say I Am?", a song written about the quest for religious truth, "Huggin' You", a humorous alternative to exercise, "I'm Gay", an insightful look at the folly of sexual discrimination and "Billy Blue", what country music sounds like when played by two Italian boys from Brooklyn! They draw upon the seven principles of UUism as inspiration for their music and incorporate sing a longs, audience participation and funny stories that everyone can relate to. Their warm, friendly personalities and unique blending of "twin voices" give a sincere and personal feeling to all of their performances. They are recipients of many awards, had a record deal with BMG, appear regularly on NPR radio, have appeared on many national and local shows including "Good Morning America", "Crook and Chase" and "Entertainment Tonight" and have toured the nation and the world performing at numerous coffee houses, folk clubs, concert halls and UU churches. Remembering yesterday, living today and working for a better tomorrow is what the DeMasi Brothers music and shows are all about and will surely touch you deeply!
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