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J.S. Rock

by The Renaissance Rock Orchestra

The Renaissance Rock Orchestra is a progressive rock group founded by keyboardist Gregg Fox. This instrumental musical style blends piano, rock guitar and drums. It mixes classical, orchestral, symphonic, & prog rock with hard rock and heavy metal.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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Keyboardist Gregg Fox presents the "Renaissance Rock Orchestra." In this dynamic prog rock orchestra, powerful keyboards are surrounded and supported by heavy rock guitars and drums.

This version of the first release by The Renaissance Rock Orchestra is called "J.S. Rock". It is the "lite" and shorter version of the longer and very epic "Johann Sebastion Rock". J.S. Rock is an epic neo-classical rock adventure based on the music of Bach with searing guitars, soaring strings, huge pipe organ passages and complex piano and synth keyboard arrangements supported by powerful rock drums. It features the keyboard wizardry of Gregg Fox and is graced with the drumming prowess of Queensryche drummer Scott Rockenfield.

Keyboards and composition - Gregg Fox ( & J.S. Bach!)
Guitar - Elvis Lederer
Bass - Michael "Bones" Gerbino
Drums - Scott Rockenfield

Violins - Laraine Kaizer-Viazovtsev
Cellos - Zoë Kohen Ley

Produced by Gregg Fox, Vinnie Castaldo, and Paul Shortino.



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