Light of Day 2019

FRIDAY 29TH NOVEMBER // 8PM // €25

Joe D’Urso: one of the founding members of the Light of Day organization, Joe fronts his own band Joe D’Urso & the Stone Caravan, an Americana/Jersey Shore/Rock & Roll band, they released their 13th CD on SCR/Schoolhouse Records, titled “Sway” in January 2013.

Rob Dye: Music has always been a part of New Jersey native Rob Dye’s life. He logs over 150 shows a year, whether it’s as a duo or with a band playing covers along the Jersey Shore to touring the country and overseas. With feet firmly planted in the rich landscape of American music roots, Dyes music incorporates elements of rock, old school country, Stax-influenced R&B, gospel and more while remaining true to the essence of each style.

Vini “Mad Dog” Lopez: Between 1968 and 1974 Lopez backed Bruce Springsteen in several bands, including Steel Mill and the E Street Band. He also played on Springsteen’s first two albums, Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. and The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle. After leaving the E Street Band, Lopez went on to play drums with numerous Jersey Shore bands, including The Lord Gunner Group. In April 2014, Lopez was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the E Street Band.

James Maddock: The best singer-songwriters serve the song. The songwriters songwriter, James Maddock, who has earned the respect of masterful writers and has built his acclaimed legacy on humbly honouring purity of expression. He’s performed with Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nile, Aaron Comess (Spin Doctors) and David Immergluck (Counting Crows), sang on an album with Susan McKeown, and has built a respected international profile through tireless touring from the Northeast US to Europe to Australia.

Guy Davis: An Ambassador Of The Blues
Guy Davis once said, I like antiques and old things, old places, that still have the dust of those who’ve gone before us lying upon them. Blowing that dust off just enough to see its beauty is something Guy has excelled at for over twenty years of song-writing and performing. It’s no wonder his reverence for the music of the Blues Masters who’ve gone before him has been evident in every album he’s ever recorded or concert he’s given.