The Rites of Spring Festival, also known as RoSFest, may be new to South Florida music lovers, but it boasts an illustrious 16-year track record in the northeast, bringing the best in progressive music and art rock to its audiences. Now in its second year at the Sarasota Opera House, the festival promoters are excited to host 9 acclaimed acts, with headliners including members of Talking Heads, legendary singer, Jon Anderson of Yes fame, and Florida’s very own musician, songwriter and producer, Dave Kerzner.
“We’re thrilled to be performing at RoSFest this year,” says Kerzner, who has worked for many years with some of the greats of progressive and classic rock, including Genesis guitarist, Steve Hackett, and the late Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake and Palmer.
Kerzner was one of the co-founders of the band “Sound of Contact” with Simon Collins, son of Phil Collins. // Continue to the full article