IZZ

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IZZ is a New York based progressive rock band. Its music is inspired by such classic progressive groups as Genesis, Yes, King Crimson, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, and Renaissance and is often infused with pop hooks à la The Beatles. The band's name comes from the nickname of baseball relief pitcher Jason Isringhausen, who was once on the New York Mets, a team favored by John Galgano.

The group has performed at American progressive rock festivals RoSfest, NEARfest, The Rogue Independent Music Festival,[1] CalProg, and ProgDay.

IZZ’s latest album, Crush of Night, was released in May 2012, and serves as Part 2 of a 3-part series of thematic albums that began with The Darkened Room in 2009. Featuring a guest appearance by Gary Green of Gentle Giant on Words and Miracles (electric guitar, guitar solos and backing vocals) and The Crush of Night (guitar solo).[2]

Current members[edit]

  • Tom Galgano - keyboards, vocals
  • John Galgano - bass, guitar, vocals, keyboards
  • Paul Bremner - guitars
  • Greg DiMiceli - acoustic drums, percussion
  • Brian Coralian - acoustic and electronic drums, percussion
  • Anmarie Byrnes - vocals
  • Laura Meade - vocals

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