Sun, December 2nd

Book Of Harmony & Stratospheerius

other rock TICKETS

Doors 7:00PM
Show 7:30PM
Advance Price $10
Door Price $15

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door


Book Of Harmony


Book of Harmoney is a 5-piece NYC based Progressive Rock band who recently released their self-titled debut album. The band displays outstanding technical musicianship, a flawless grasp of form, a captivating depth of lyricism, great vocals and complex harmonies. The band consists of Amanda Brite (Vocals), Jon Perkins (Guitars), Alieyn Yaffee (Bass), Anupam Shobhakar(Guitars and Composer) & Michael SUtton (Drums). The album is a powerful orchestral progressive rock project bringing together a multitude of musicians, instruments and styles in a unified harmonic vision composed and written by Award Winning Composer/Instrumentalist Anupam Shobhakar. The Band draws listeners into it's beautiful complexity weaving a tapestry of soundscapes. Book of Harmony vibrates with a transcendental synergy, fusing together jazz, pop, rock and more to evelope listeners in a world of sound.

Press Quotes:

"The Book of Harmony album is something that can be enjoyed, but also studied by those in the academic world for its continuity and application of musical theory. Bravo!"
- Warlock Asylum International News

"There are so many different types of songs on this album - to leave you feeling calm is the best way to make sure it all leaves its mark, which it does."
- stereostickman.com

"The world would be a sorry place without bands like BOH. In a world where we are battered with pointles boring commercial garbage this album is a breath of fresh air."
- jamsphere.com

"rock for the thinking person, combining intelligent execution with the melodicism and drive we all instinctively respond to and geting results that should put thi sbunch on the national map rather quickly."
- indiebandguru.com








Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius



Led by electric violinist/vocalist Joe Deninzon (www.joedeninzon.com), who has been called “The Jimi Hendrix of the electric violin,” Stratospheerius has showcased their "frenzied melange of progressive rock, jazz fusion and funkabilly" throughout the world. The New York-based group has opened for Martin Barre (Jethro Tull), Mike Stern, Tony Levin, Tim Reynolds, Alex Skolnick, Mickey Hart, and John Scofield, among many others. They released their fifth CD “Guilty of Innocence,” on Melodic Revolution Records. The new album features special appearances by Alex Skolnick (Testament), Rave Tesar (Renaissance) and Randy McStine (Stu Hamm Vinnie Moore).

As a renowned violinist, Joe has recorded/performed with Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow, Trans Siberian Orchestra, Peter Criss, Jazz at Lincoln Center, NYC Ballet (electric violin soloist), and Les Paul. He is the author of “Plugging In: A Guide to Gear and Technique for the 21st Century String Player” through Mel Bay Publications. Joe premiered his “Dream Diary: Concerto for Seven-String Electric Violin and Orchestra” with the Muncie Symphony, he is a 14-time BMI Jazz Composer’s grant recipient and winner of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest.

Press Quotes:

“This is infectious, with no cure in sight. The arrangements are tight, everyone bounces off each other, and is one of the most poptastic progressive album one is likely to come across”
5/5 Kev Rowland // Prog Archives

"Memorable hooks, gravity-defying instrumental prowess and a kitchen sink move toward rock If Bela Fleck and Frank Zappa had a love child in outer space, they might grow up to sound like these guys do.

-David Budin, www.coolcleveland.com

 




Opening: Fools Can Be Kings



Fools Can Be Kings
is a northern New Jersey rock band, consisting of bassist/frontman Rick Maddolin, drummer Zaki Ali, and guitarist Johnnez Pantanilla. With a list of musical influences including the likes of Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Muse, and Animals As Leaders, Fools Can Be Kings combines aggression, groove, and melody to deliver dynamic and powerful performances.

In the early 2000s, childhood friends Rick and Johnnez decided to form a rock band while attending elementary school together. Their band would go on to perform at local parades, festivals, and house parties in the north Jersey and New York City areas. After nearly 15 years of different band competitions, line-up changes, and rehearsal spaces, the band finally achieved full form as a trio with the official addition of Zaki into the band roster. Under the name Fools Can Be Kings, the band would continue to perform at numerous NJ/NYC venues, such as Debonair Music Hall, Roxy & Dukes, and Governors Island and build a reputation for having a rhythmic, rocking sound, mixed with elements of funk and metal.

The band is currently working on their debut album, due to be released early 2019.


Set Times:

7:30pm - 8:15pm - Fools can be Kings.

8:30pm - 9:15pm - Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius

9:30 - 10:30PM - Book of Harmony