Schedule: Saturday, September 3rd
Combining elements of jazz, experimental music, avant-garde and progressive rock, the result is a rich eclectic mix that defies labels.
Pairing the Caribbean instrument with a contemporary jazz attitude, Jonathan Scales' music pushes the steel pan into the realms of jazz, funk, rock, and even bluegrass, while still digging into the roots of traditional world sounds.
Eye brings its “garage-prog” to Storybook, mixing progressive space rock and metal, tempered by mind warping 1960s psychedelic music.
In an exclusive United States performance, the original lineup of the Italian prog masters returns to ProgDay to ignite the Storybook stage with music from its first release in 8 years.
Schedule: Sunday, September 4th
The Philadelphia prog/metal quartet combines the composition of classic prog rock with the intensity of modern metal and the finesse of jazz.
The New York based instrumental group mixes the playing and energy of fusion and the composition of symphonic rock with a strong melodic sense.
Often hailed as one of the finest progressive rock bands to come from the US, Discipline returns to the ProgDay stage for the first time in 16 years.
Refusing to be pigeon-holed, Bent Knee seemlessly connects pop, rock and the avant-garde into its own self-defining statement.
BANDS FOR 2016