The 4th annual Concert for a Cure happens this Sunday afternoon starting at 5 at Molly Darcy's on Mill Plain Road in Danbury.

The concert is a benefit for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The Adam Ezra Group, a 6 piece band from Boston, is the headliner. They are a relentless touring band, having played over 200 live shows last year. They just released their latest album, "Songs For A Movie."

Being from Boston, the Adam Ezra Group has gained some notoriety in the baseball world for their cover of Charlie Daniels' "The Devil Went Down To Georgia" retitled "The Devil Came Up To Boston."  Red Sox fans will find this hysterical; Yankee fans not so much. (WARNING: he slings quite a few F-bombs in this... and really exaggerates the Boston accent!)

Opening the show is SIRSY, a duo from Albany. Although they are a duo, they rock as both members of the band play multiple instruments at once. It's pretty impressive as you can see here!

The show starts at 5 PM On Sunday. Admission is $20 and there will be a 50/50 and gift basket raffles with all proceeds benefiting Susan G. Komen.