Denny Zinger is a 4-piece Rock & Roll outfit from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The group works to harness the sound of the 60s/70s Progressive Rock movement while continuing to reinvent the distinct, yet miscellaneous sound of the time. Their sound is driven by overdriven guitar tones and at times, manic, unapologetic organ leads. They are backed by their thunderous rhythm section of drums and bass. Their songs are capped off with introspective lyrics delivered with an assertive inflection forcing the listener to reflect on the singer’s life or their own.
In The Light is a local rock band harkening from Ephrata, PA. Their main influences include Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and the majority of iconic classic rock bands from the 60s and 70s. At this show, they will be performing mostly covers from such legendary bands listed previously, though they do have lots of original material in the works.
The Green House Music Company is honored to be working with Mount Hope Estate & Winery to organize and present this Classic Rock Revival show at the Barn & Barrel. One of our goals as a startup in Lancaster county is to help strengthen and build a close-knit group of the most passionate and talented local musicians we can find. We want to work with those musicians to put on shows that do good for the community. The way we accomplish this is by collecting donations at every single show we organize. We ask that attendees bring items of non-perishable food that we then bring to the Ephrata Area Social Services food drive and donate after each show. In 2019, over the course of two shows, we raised nearly 700 pounds of food. Though that might not sound like a lot, that’s more than 40 meals for a typical family of four, all due to the generosity of those that came to our (2) shows at the end of 2019. We hope to continue this trend into 2020, first with our show at Station One Center for the Arts on February 8th, and then with our Classic Rock Revival show on February 29th. We would greatly appreciate it if everyone who attends this show brings at least one item to donate. Partial proceeds of ticket sales will also be donated to the EASS.