Joe D'Urso, United States

Joe D'Urso & Stone Caravan is an Americana/Jersey Shore/Rock & Roll band. They released their first record in 1991 and have performed in 25 countries since 1993. Long-time Stone Caravan members Sam LaMonica (Drums) and Greg Lykins (Guitar) were joined in 2015 by Jerry Scaringe (Bass) after the sudden passing of Mr. Lou DeMartino in 2015. Joe D'Urso serves on the board of directors for Light of Day, WhyHunger and The Dan Sullivan Foundation and owns and curates the Rockland-Bergen Music Festival (rocklandmusicfestival.com). Stone Caravan has come a long way since founding members Joe D'Urso, Dan Albanese, Rich Sica and Bob Place got together in the summer of 1989 in a crammed bedroom in Long Island City, NY and started what was to become a road less traveled. The band was originally named "Three Chords & The Truth" but after six months was renamed "Stone Caravan" and then renamed "Joe D’Urso & Stone Caravan" upon releasing their third record in 1993 "Rock-Land".


Pictures are taken at a benefit gig in Freiburg/Germany. Joe D'Urso was accompanied by Vinni Lopez, Jeffrey Gaines, James Maddock, Ben Arnold, and Rob Dye.


Joe D'urso on stage - video

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