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Debonair Music Hall presents A Night of Prog: Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius; We Came From Space

originally published: 08/10/2023

Debonair Music Hall presents A Night of Prog: Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius; We Came From Space

(TEANECK, NJ) -- Debonair Music Hall presents A Night of Prog with Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius and Pennsylvania’s We Came From Space on September 28, 2023. Doors open at 6:00pm, showtime is 7:00pm.

Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius are celebrating their new live box set, “Behind the Curtain (Live at ProgStock),” which hit the top 10 on Relix/JamBand Radio Charts.  The group, which has 5 albums out, is signed to Melodic Revolution Records. Joe, who has played violin in orchestras for the Who, Bruce Springsteen, 50Cent, and as the concertmaster for Renaissance, is also the latest member and new violinist in Kansas, the classic prog band now celebrating its 50th Anniversary.  Joe’s bandmates in Stratospheerius are Jason Gianni-drums (The Ultimate Queen Celebration, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Rock of Ages, Neal Morse Band), Michelangelo Quirinale-guitar (Thrilldriver), Paul Ranieri-bass (Mark Wood, Riot Act), and new keyboardist Bill Hubauer (We Came From Space, Neal Morse Band).

The story of We Came From Space started at lunch.  High school friends Bill Hubauer (Neal Morse Band) and Dave Buzard were catching up and talking music. We Came From Space was born that day. The friends decided to create an album that they would want to listen to when they were kids.  They considered their influences: Yes, Genesis, Gamma, Jim Carroll Band, (among many, many others), and began adding their own textures. Two years later the debut album, “How to be Human” was released.  2018 brought the revamped rhythm section of Tim Malone (drums) and Dave Hawk (Bass and vocals) and the breakthrough album “While You Were Away”. All members contributed to the writing and arranging of that release and the 2023’s “Overlords.” The band blends engaging musicianship with sardonic but hopeful lyrics. This year We Came From Space hit the road, playing high profile dates with Crack The Sky and The Winery Dogs. The takeaway: Sometimes lunch is the most important meal of the day!

Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets are available for purchase online. All seating is first come first served.

Debonair Music Hall is located at 1409 Queen Anne Road in Teaneck, New Jersey.



 
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