NJ Proghouse & Sonic Voyage Fest Presents:

A Night of Prog from Melodic Revolution Records artists:

Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius
Potter's Daughter

Dark Beauty

Doors: 7PM
Show: 8PM

Led by electric violinist/vocalist Joe Deninzon, who has been called “The Jimi Hendrix of the electric violin,” Stratospheerius have showcased their “frenzied mélange of progressive rock, jazz fusion and funkabilly” throughout the world. The group’s latest release is the single, “Imposter.”  Band members are: Joe Deninzon-electric violin/vocals (Bruce Springsteen, Renaissance, The Who, Ritchie Blackmore, Trans-Siberian Orchestra), Jason Gianni-drums (The Ultimate Queen Celebration, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Rock of Ages, Neal Morse Band), Michaelangelo Quirinale-guitar (Thrilldriver), and Paul Ranieri-bass (Mark Wood, Circuline, Rock This Town). Their latest album, GUILTY OF INNOCENCE hit number 4 on the Relix/Jamband radio charts, 72 on the European Indy charts. Their music has received over 3 million plays online, and the band has opened for John5, Martin Barre, Gary Hoey, The Levin Brothers (Tony and Pete), Tim Reynolds, Mickey Hart, and John Scofield. Stratospheerius was a winner of the John Lennon International Songwriting Competition, and the Musician’s Atlas Independent Music Awards.
"Impostor" live  

Dyanne has performed extensively throughout Europe and the USA as both a classical pianist and as a singer/songwriter. Her piano performances are known to be expressive, fiery and dynamic, her singing both sensitive and passionate.  Concert venues include Carnegie Recital Hall, NYC, The University of London, England, Karthausse Ittingen, Switzerland, Oberlin College, Indiana University, University of Georgia, Georgia State University and LaGrange College. She toured for two years as keyboard player for Shirley Reeves (former lead singer with the Shirelles), and later as keyboard player/backup singer with Noel Redding which resulted in shows with Ginger Baker and Tico Torres. She has played solo shows in Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, USA, Greece, and Japan.  Potter’s Daughter was formed in NYC while Dyanne was studying classical piano performance at the Manhattan School of Music. The group performed regularly in NYC, as well as in northeastern PA. Potter’s Daughter has been featured on radio, tv, and in national and international magazines and blogs. Now, joining forces with longtime friend, Amit Chatterjee, (producer, arranger, and guitarist), and Ian C. Voegtlin (composer, guitarist, and saxophonist).

Blood and Water

Dark Beauty mixes elements of contemporary hard rock, progressive rock, classical music and opera to support the dark, cinematic stories that burst forth from lead singer Liz Tapia’s mind. The songs are complex and rich, yet a focus on memorable melodies, story-based lyrics, and lean instrumental sections allow Dark Beauty’s music to appeal to a wide variety of listeners. Originally a studio project, the band has been performing live and opening for national acts since its debut at the Progstock festival in 2018.  The band was formed to record a three-album cycle telling the tale of Liz’s original character The Dark Angel, her fall from grace and hopeful redemption. Liz takes on the role of The Dark Angel while performing, and the character changes from meek to powerful as the story progresses. While she’s passionate about the music, Liz says “it’s really all about the story. I want to pull the audience into The Dark Angel’s world.”
Spirits of a Dead Earth by Dark Beauty


Venue Details
Roxy & Dukes Roadhouse
745 Bound Brook Road, Dunellen, New Jersey, 08812, United States
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