It’s been just a few weeks Joe Denison he was announced as the new violinist in the legendary band Kansas.He takes the seat the original members had previously sat in. Robbie Steinhart after that David Ragsdale. Joe DenisonThe band’s first performance took place on June 2nd last year during their premiere at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. “KANSAS 50th Anniversary Tour – Another Fork in the Road”
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Joe Denison Critics have praised “The Jimi Hendrix of the Violin World” That’s thanks to his revolutionary style of ‘Viper’ 7-string electric violin. Joe Lead singer and violinist in a progressive rock band. stratospherejust released their 6th album “Behind the Curtain (Live at Progstock)” As a violinist and string arranger, he can be heard on over 100 albums and jingles.
Deninzon played and/or recorded with WHO, Bruce Springsteen, 50 cents, Sheryl Crow, Richie Blackmore, Alex Skolnick, Smokey Robinson, Pole, peter chris from kiss, Michael Sadler, renaissance and Annie Haslam, Kurt Elling, has performed as a soloist for Jazz at Lincoln Center and the New York City Ballet. A BMI composer grant winner and winner of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, he writes solo pieces for violinists. Rachel Burton PineIn 2015, he premiered the Electric Violin Concerto with the Muncie Symphony Orchestra. Joe He holds a BA in Violin Performance from Indiana University and an MA in Jazz Violin from the Manhattan School of Music.
Kansas original member and drummer Phil Ehart commented on Joe Join a band: “We are very excited Joe Denison become the newest member of Kansas.we believe Kansas what fans will enjoy Joe I will take it to the band. We are excited to start the KANSAS 50th anniversary tour. As one line from the band’s first album said, ‘KANSAS IS A BAND’, we continue to do so to this day. ”
Needless to say, life has been wonderful and busy. Joe Denison recently.but he found time to talk to us Mark Boardman Dig deeper into how he got involved Kansas And I got a sense of what it would be like to experience playing in one of the bands he grew up listening to. Watch their chat below. For more interviews and other daily content, sonic point of view is on Facebook, flip board, twitter and YouTubeGet notified about new content published daily.