Reelin’ in the Years and Mile Marker Zero
October 6 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Reelin’ in the Years – CELEBRATING THE MUSIC OF STEELY DAN
Comprised of world class touring and recording session musicians that reads like a who’s who in the music industry, including bandleader and drummer Jerry Marotta (Peter Gabriel, Paul McCartney), Reelin’ in the Years celebrates the timeless music of Steely Dan.
Featuring Joey Eppard (from the prog band 3) and Lindsey Skeye on vocals, Jesse Gress (Todd Rundgren) and Matt Finck (Randy Brecker) on guitar, and David Jameson (Security Project) on keyboards. Plus a four-piece horn section that includes Jay Collins (Donald Fagan), Bill Harris (Little Feat), Chris Pasin (Buddy Rich), and Don Mikkelsen (Frank Sinatra).
Based in Woodstock, NY, Reelin’ has sold out all of the major venues they have performed in for the last few years. Don’t miss your chance to see this legendary group of musicians live in concert!
Mile Marker Zero
Mile Marker Zero is an electrifying rock band from the northeast composed of brothers Dave Alley (vocals) and Doug Alley (drums), alongside childhood friend Mark Focarile (keyboards), guitarist John Tuohy, and bassist/producer Jaco Lindito.
With 5 albums released so far, including their concept album, “The Fifth Row,” that had its lead single featured in the widely acclaimed NASCAR Heat 4 videogame, Mile Marker Zero has been creating a buzz since they formed in 2005. They were also the first-ever unsigned artist to be featured in the popular Harmonix/MTV Games video game series, RockBand. In 2016, the band received the award for “Best Band (Connecticut)” at the 2016 New England Music Awards.
They have performed alongside Porcupine Tree, Riverside, Underoath, Spock’s Beard, Devil Wears Prada, Periphery, Scale the Summit, Nothing More, Adrenaline Mob, Fair to Midland, and more.
As 2021 began a new chapter in MMZ history, the band released a live album they recorded during the quarantine. Entitled “Live & Confined,” the album was released worldwide on April 2, 2021. Later that year, MMZ appeared at ProgStock 2021, the US Northeast’s Only Progressive Rock Festival. Their October 6, 2022 show with Reelin’ in the Years is the pre-show for ProgStock 2022, which opens the next day at UCPAC. 2022 also promises a fantastic new album, currently under production.