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2016-09-27: Rik Emmett Releases Lyric Video for 'Human Race' With Alex Lifeson
Rik Emmett is joined by Rush‘s Alex Lifeson in the just-released lyric video for “Human Race,” a key track off the Triumph vet’s new album RES 9. “When Rik asked me to play on his new album, I didn’t hesitate for a second,” L

2016-09-26: tiny desk Blue Man Group
They came, they measured, and they returned to perform a show like no other. It was the great NPR Tiny Desk Takeover by Blue Man Group. If you've not seen this performance ensemble and their production in New York, Las Vegas,

2016-09-26: Artwork promo for Cruise To The Edge 2017 released
Welcome to the 2017 edition of Cruise to the Edge! Yes (official), Kansas, Steve Hackett, Mike Portnoy, John Wetton, Patrick Moraz, Bad Dreams, Änglagård, Neal Morse, HAKEN, Spock's Beard, Pain of Salvation, District 97, Stic

2016-09-26: Update from Lainey Schooltree on Heterotopia
Hope you all had a rad summer. We're getting closer to the completion of this project, so you'll be getting more updates from me as I'm able. This is a personal one. Sort of like a personal pizza, but with much less, um, pizz

2016-09-25: Interview with guitarist Bill Harkleroad (aka Zoot Horn Rollo) - one of "the 100 greatest guitarists of all time"
Bill Harkleroad, known professionally as Zoot Horn Rollo, is an American guitarist. He is best known for his work with Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band. In 2003 he was ranked #62 in a Rolling Stone Magazine list of "the 1

2016-09-25: AAJ Review: U.K.: Ultimate Collector's Edition
Well, there's certainly been a wait for this one, but for fans of what may be the last high profile progressive rock group to emerge in the 1970s, U.K.'s Ultimate Collector's Edition proves well worth it. What began as an alr

2016-09-23: 30 Years Ago: Boston Reach New Chart Heights With Belated 'Third Stage'
Third Stage was the nexus point between what could have been the end of Boston, and an entirely new beginning. Rushed into releasing a follow-up to their breakout 1976 self-titled debut, Tom Scholz was determined not to repea

2016-09-23: Kansas Find New Beginning With First Album in 16 Years
Anybody who has seen a Kansas show in the past couple years has been witness to a renewed excitement and vigor within the group that shines through in its performances. This is largely due to a revised band lineup that now fe

2016-09-22: 35 Years Ago: King Crimson Are Reborn (Again) on New Wave-Influenced 'Discipline'
In one way, Robert Fripp followed the usual template in returning with a largely remade edition of King Crimson for Discipline. But once fans heard the album — which was released on Sept. 22, 1981 — it became clear something

2016-09-22: Before The Dawn With Kate Bush To Get Digital Audio Release In December
Back in late summer of 2014 on through to October 1, Kate Bush performed a series of shows called Before The Dawn. The shows were spectacularly received as was expected. In fact, two dates were filmed with a potential DVD rel

2016-09-22: The Daryl Stuermer show on October 2nd at the Regent Theater has been cancelled.
We regret to let everyone know that the Daryl Stuermer tour has been postponed to 2017 and we have canceled the Sun Oct 2 show at Regent Theatre Arlington - Leland Stein

2016-09-21: Guitar Legend Steve Hillage To Release 22-Disc Career Spanning Box Set “Searching For The Spark” – October 21, 2016
“Searching For The Spark” is a 22-disc box set celebrating the work of award-winning guitarist, Steve Hillage. Since he began playing guitar in the early 1960s, through his time with Gong and beyond as a solo artist and one h

2016-09-21: Lady Gaga Reportedly Bought Frank Zappa's Mansion
Lady Gaga is bouncing back with a new single, new music video, forthcoming new album and, if reports are to be believed, a very legendary new house. On that last point, the art-pop megastar has apparently purchased a Los Ange

2016-09-20: CTTE 2017 update from Mike Portnoy
Mike Portnoy knows how to throw a party! Working under the moniker #MP50, on the 2017 edition of Cruise to the Edge we will be celebrating Mike's 50th.... and Mike has some Incredible surprises coming for you cruisers! C

2016-09-19: Alex Lifeson on Rush's Future: 'I'm Sure We'll Do Something'
The members of Rush still haven’t set a timetable for their next album, but at a public appearance in Toronto on Sept. 17, Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson again made it clear that they expect an eventual return to action. The duo

2016-09-19: Jon Anderson on New Yes Spinoff Band, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Chances
Anyone that bought a ticket to see Yes this past summer might have been surprised to find that the only member of the classic lineup of the band onstage was guitarist Steve Howe. Original bassist Chris Squire passed away in 2

2016-09-19: 35 Years Ago: Triumph Release the Classic 'Allied Forces'
Like most bands dealing with strong personalities, pressures of success and egos, Canadian power trio Triumph didn’t always put across the most united front. But when time came in September 1981 to deliver their fifth album u

2016-09-19: YES Legend Jon Anderson’s “Tour Of The Universe” Audio Soundtrack Now Available Digitally!
Featuring the unique song writing and vocal talent of legendary YES singer/songwriter, Jon Anderson, his 2005 debut solo concept DVD “Tour Of The Universe” is a musical passage through life, time and the world beyond, featuri

2016-09-19: Tomas Haake Plays “Nostrum” From Meshuggah’s Upcoming Album, The Violent Sleep of Reason
There’s a lot of anticipation surrounding the October release of Swedish extreme metal band Meshuggah’s eighth full-length album, The Violent Sleep of Reason. For fans of drummer Tomas Haake, maybe this play-through of the tr

2016-09-18: New Edensong Album and Trailer
Hey all, Edensong has a new album coming out on 9/30. For those of you who don't know us, we are an orchestral progressive rock group from New York City with some metal influences. Below is our album trailer. Enjoy and let us

US composer and musician JANE GETTER have had almost 20 year long career as a solo artist, and have performed with a myriad of world renowned artists including Ursala Dudziak, The Roots The Jam, Kenny Garrett, legendary Headh

2016-09-17: New Stick Men from "Prog Noir" & Hergest Ridge pt 1 on The PM Show #130
Greetings friends. The PM Show #130 is ready for your listening pleasure. This weeks edition of The PM Show features new music from Stickmen and their new project "Prog Noir". It is HOT! We also hear side 1 of Michael Oldfiel

2016-09-17: Circuline received a two-page Feature in PROG Magazine Issue 69!
Following a 45-minute Skype interview with Andrew Colyer and Darin Brannon, rock journalist Rich Wilson wrote a great story about Circuline’s past, present, and future, including tales of Downing Grey, founding guitarist Bill

2016-09-16: The Security Project Feat. King Crimson & Peter Gabriel Members with Special Guest Happy Rhodes To Tour USA October/November 2016
When Jerry Marotta or Trey Gunn has an idea often it is a good one. But when they have the same good idea at the same time it promises to be a great one. This was the case when they turned to each other and said: “Happy Rhode

2016-09-16: RIP: Don Buchla, a pioneering force in the world of synthesizers, has died at 79
There is word Friday afternoon that synthesizer Don Buchla has died. He was 79. No official announcement of his death has been made. News of his passing was first posted to the Muffwiggler message board, where user ZenMusic r

2016-09-16: Rik Emmett Announces New Album Featuring Triumph Reunion
Rik Emmett has finalized the details on a new album that features guest turns by members of Rush, Dream Theater and Emmett’s old band Triumph. RES 9 is due on Nov. 11. You can see a complete track listing below. “This album r

2016-09-16: Watch an Unboxing Video for Pink Floyd's 'The Early Years 1965-1972'
You won’t be able to actually get your hands on Pink Floyd‘s The Early Years 1965-1972 box until later this year, but if you’ve been waiting to watch a copy open up without your help, today’s your lucky day. As previously rep

2016-09-15: Circuline’s Counterpoint Reviewed in Classic Rock Society (UK)
Circuline’s new album Counterpoint received an excellent review in the UK’s Classic Rock Society magazine! “Confident in its vision…..a very particular style…..What we have here is drama – big, bombastic, epic progressive roc

2016-09-15: Prog Legends Gong To Release New Studio Album “Rejoice! I’m Dead!”
Some say it couldn’t, or shouldn’t, be done. How could Gong exist without Daevid Allen? A few minutes into listening to the title track of their brand new album, “Rejoice!”, aspersions will be cast aside. It is undeniably Gon

2016-09-15: Sonic Voyage Fest is excited to announce four shows this fall with: Cell 15, Circuline, and Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius
The modern cinematic progressive rock band Circuline features two theatrical lead vocalists, a keyboard player from Juilliard, a jazz-rock genius on guitar, and a drummer with progressive rock in his DNA. One review of their

2016-09-14: 35 Years Ago: Genesis Meld Prog and New Wave on 'Abacab'
Popular opinion places the terminating line between Genesis‘ prog and pop eras at the moment Peter Gabriel packed up his flower outfit and split, but the truth is, the group underwent a slower evolution. In fact, a fairer dem

2016-09-13: Inside Out Music shows off Kansas' upcoming album 'The Prelude Implicit'
Today we're unboxing the new forthcoming Kansas album, 'The Prelude Implicit', (out Sept 23rd!) If you enjoy its music, artwork and etching as much as we do be sure to pre-order your own copy today!

2016-09-13: French Music Legends Magma Release DVD Of First Tour of China “NIHAO Hamtaï – MAGMA IN CHINA”
It was in 1970 that the explosive compound of a cavernous bass and a hammering beat erupted from our record players, marking Magma’s blazing entry into the nascent world of French rock. Thus began a first album, quite simply

2016-09-13: Flux And Beyond: Chatting With Adrian Belew
A Conversation with Adrian Belew - Mike Ragogna: Adrian, years ago, you had a hit, “Oh Daddy,” that featured your daughter Audie, plus you have two more daughters, Eva and Leah. How have you juggled a successful, ambitious mu

2016-09-13: Styx's Ricky Phillips Talks New Music, Touring and More
Back in the day when Styx bassist Ricky Phillips was on the road, touring was a lot different compared to the technology-loaded perks that bands enjoy these days. “We were playing Boggle and poker and Yahtzee, whatever we cou

2016-09-12: What’s That Sound? An Introduction to Rock and Its History
What's That Sound? Probably Rock N' Roll. What’s That Sound? An Introduction to Rock and Its History is the fourth edition of the book by Director of the Institute for Popular Music John Covach. That sound you hear could also

2016-09-12: Progsheet: Track By Track - Circuline - Counterpoint
I love this band! Circuline play wonderful symphonic prog. Great playing, strong vocals. They're quickly making a name for themselves around the world, and deservedly so! Keyboardist Andrew Colyer and drummer Darin Brannon ta

2016-09-12: Rick Wakeman using the KORG KRONOS in preparation for the ARW Tour
Rick Wakeman is just about to embark on a major world tour with Jon Anderson and Trevor Rabin for the ARW Tour - An Evening of Yes Music & More. We met up with him as he was just getting ready for the main rehearsals where tw

2016-09-11: Gadi Caplan - Morning Sun on ISKC Rock Radio
Album of the Week As of September 12th on ISKC Rock Radio: Gadi Caplan - Morning Sun http://iskc.rocks/?page_id=721...

2016-09-10: 20 Years Ago: Rush Return With 'Test for Echo'
"Test for Echo was a strange record in a sense,” recalled singer/bassist Geddy Lee in the 2012 book Rush: An Oral History, Uncensored. “It doesn’t really have a defined direction. I kind of felt like we were a bit burnt creat

2016-09-10: AAJ Review: King Crimson: Radical Action (To Unseat The Hold of Monkey Mind)
Plenty has already been written about King Crimson's surprise reemergence in 2014 at All About Jazz, beginning when the now 47 year-old progressive/art rock band commenced its first tour since 2008 (and its first extensive on

2016-09-09: The Neal Morse Band - "The Similitude of a Dream"
Up and over... now the BIG ONE! The first of its kind. The juggernaut flagship masterwork from The Neal Morse Band -- The Similitude of a Dream. This is the double concept album fans of progressive rock have been waiting for,

2016-09-09: 40 Years Ago: ELO Finally Break Through With 'New World Record'
Jeff Lynne and the Electric Light Orchestra had been building toward the breakthrough success of A New World Record for some time. But first there was some housecleaning to do. Released in September 1976, the album offered Ly

2016-09-08: Kansas Debut 'Visibility Zero' Track From New 'Prelude Implicit' Album
The members of Kansas have debuted “Visibility Zero,” the second pre-release track from their upcoming The Prelude Implicit LP. The group premiered the track at Rolling Stone, with drummer Phil Ehart telling the magazine that

2016-09-08: Peter Gabriel Releases New Single ‘The Veil’
Peter Gabriel‘s new single, the Snowden soundtrack cut “The Veil,” has premiered via BBC broadcast in advance of its Sept. 9 arrival in stores. “The Veil,” which can be streamed courtesy of the BBC here, serves as Gabriel’s s

2016-09-08: Kansas on Reviving 'Leftoverture,' Why Music Business Is 'Toast'
"What you're hearing wasn't exactly sat down and mapped out ahead of time," Kansas drummer Phil Ehart says, laughing, "but it was miraculous how it just fell into place." Ehart, one of two remaining Kansas founders along with

2016-09-07: New England - Live at The Regent Theatre
Coming this November on GB Music/Sony Megaforce in the US & Europe and King Records in Japan.

2016-09-07: Greg Lake & ELP: Welcome Back to the Hi-Fi Show That Never Ends
Emerson, Lake & Palmer were always at the forefront of progressive music — albeit with one caveat. “The actual word ‘progressive’ has become elitist, and in some ways, pretentious,” observes ELP vocalist/multi-instrumentalist

2016-09-06: Keyboard Icon Rick Wakeman and Legendary Astronaut Chris Hadfield Pay Tribute To Stephen Hawking and David Bowie At Starmus Festival 2016
In a rare meeting of the minds, keyboard icon Rick Wakeman and legendary astronaut paid tribute to Stephen Hawking at the Starmus Festival in Tenerife, Spain on July 1, 2016! The two legends performed a moving tribute David B

2016-09-06: Wellmont Theater promotes ARW show with the wrong Jon Anderson
Sensational country and progressive rock artists Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, and Rick Wakeman are bringing their signature sounds to Wellmont Theater! John David Anderson was born in Apopka (Florida) in 1954 and is a country

2016-09-06: Jonas on this week's PM show
This week on a special edition of The PM Show an interview with Jonas Reingold, bassist with The Flower Kings and Leader of the group Karmakanic. Jonas joins us to talk about science fiction, compositional technique and Karma

2016-09-05: Yes ‘Union’ Likely On Band’s 50th Anniversary, Says Jon Anderson.
Jon Anderson has exclusively revealed that a ‘Union’ with his former Yes band mates could be on the cards in the lead up to the band’s 50th anniversary. Anderson, who fronted the iconic outfit for almost four decades, made th

If I get an idea stuck in my head I wont be able to relax until its out. Its like having a piece of gravel in your shoe. So this last Sunday I had a chance to get one of those Ideas out of my head and on to the fifth Necromon

2016-09-03: 25 Years Ago: Rush Take a Chance and 'Roll the Bones'
As the ’80s drew to a close, Rush had gradually been moving away from the keyboard-dominated sounds they had so embraced earlier in the decade. With 1989’s Presto, they had started to put the guitar back to the front of their

2016-09-02: Jon Anderson accepts Prog God Award
Jon Anderson received the ultimate prize at last night's Prog Magazine Awards, accepting the Prog God Award from ARW bandmates Rick Wakeman and Trevor Rabin - the trio's first public appearance since reforming in January. Oth

2016-09-01: 15 of Prog-Rock's Best Guitarists Through the Years
When it first blew through America in the mid-Fifties, rock music’s main calling card was its simplicity. Thumbing its nose at the lavish arrangements typical of the pop music of the day, rock thrived on volume, rhythm and ex

2016-09-01: Anderson/Stolt Facebook video interview
Jon Anderson and Roine Stolt were live and answering your questions!

2016-08-31: Watch Pink Floyd's New Video for 'Grantchester Meadows'
Pink Floyd‘s upcoming box The Early Years 1965-1972 is one of the most anticipated sets of the year-end rush. The collection includes a ton of previously unreleased tracks and video among its 27 discs. One of the clips is a v

2016-08-30: The Real Story Behind ELP's 'Tarkus'
Emerson, Lake & Palmer cracked the UK top five with their self-titled 1970 debut album, but it was their 1971 follow-up, Tarkus, that went all the way to the top of the charts. The record is generally regarded as the band's m

2016-08-30: Glenn Hughes Says He Turned Down the Chance to Be Part of Ritchie Blackmore's New Rainbow Shows
Ritchie Blackmore‘s “return to rock” shows with a revamped Rainbow lineup were a bit of a disappointment for fans who’d hoped to see Blackmore reunite with some of his former bandmates — but according to Glenn Hughes, Blackmo

2016-08-29: Tom Griesgraber & Bert Lams at Kennett Flash
It’s a meeting of strings past and present when Tom Griesgraber & Bert Lams mount the stage. Bert Lams is best known as one third of the three-headed guitarist, The California Guitar Trio. He plays an instrument whose essenti

2016-08-29: The Security Project Feat. King Crimson & Peter Gabriel Members To Release “Live 2” October 21, 2016
On the heels of their critically acclaimed release “Live 1”, the Security Project will be releasing their follow-up album “Live 2” on October 21, 2016! Members of King Crimson, Shriekback and Gabriel’s original band bring the

2016-08-26: Review : Al Di Meola Live at the Keswick
When Al Di Meola walked onto the Keswick Theater stage with his vintage black ’71 Gibson Les Paul electric guitar, there was little doubt about where this concert was going. Of course, the name of the tour helped: Elegant Gyp

2016-08-26: Swedish band Anglagard to headline at ROSfest 2017
We’re excited to announce that legendary Swedish band Anglagard will be the Sunday night headliner at ROSfest 2017, concluding the festival as the final band. Anglagard was initially formed in 1991, and in just a few hectic y

2016-08-26: Daryl Stuermer of Genesis - Regent Theatre October 2nd
Celebrating over 30 years of musical accomplishments, virtuoso lead guitarist Daryl Stuermer of the super-group Genesis and Phil Collins has been touring the world to sold out crowds since 1978. Discovered while playing with

2016-08-25: Boston Globe Music Pick: Bent Knee (again)
BENT KNEE Newly returned from a successful European tour, bearing a string of glowing press reports, and soon to embark on a stateside jaunt with Dillinger Escape Plan, this artfully emotive/emotively artful sextet shares sti

2016-08-25: 40 Years Ago: Boston Release Their Debut Album
There’s a lot to be said for the guiding hand of an A&R executive while an artist is working on new material — and much as fans tend to blame the industry for all of their favorite acts’ biggest problems, the music hasn’t rea

2016-08-25: The new TSK site is up and running
TSK - Burn With the Groove. JT's Bass Jam will be held in the same spirit and respect for the instrument that the event originally started with. We will be bringing players to showcase their skills and talents from all genres

Jon Anderson, whose soaring vocals and ambitious songwriting with Yes made him a progressive-rock legend, hasn’t been a member of the group since 2008. At that time, he was suffering health problems, and, much to his disappoi

2016-08-24: New music from Circuline on this week's edition of The PM Show #127
Greetings friends. The PM Show #127 is ready for your listening pleasure. This weeks edition of The PM Show features new music from the awesome new Circuline CD. We also hear more from the new Deus Ex Machina LP. For some unk

2016-08-23: Moody Blues Cruise 2018 on sale today
January 2-7, 2018 With Ambrosia, Moody Blues, Jefferson Starship, Dave Mason, Little River Band, Richie Furay and Alan Parsons (more to come).

2016-08-23: RIP: Gilli Smyth (Gong)
I woke up this morning to the sad news that Gilli Smyth, founding member of Gong and space whisperer extraordinaire, had passed away last night. I had seen her countless times with Gong over the past twenty years after she’d

2016-08-21: AAJ Review: Levin Minnemann Rudess: From The Law Offices Of Levin Minnemann Rudess
It may look good on paper, but you can never really know how "super group" collaborations are going to work out until they actually get together and do something. In the case of the power trio named after its members—bassist/

2016-08-21: Boston Globe Music Picks: Bent Knee and The Dresden Dolls
BENT KNEE Newly returned from a successful European tour and bearing in its wake a string of glowing press reports, this artfully emotive/emotively artful sextet continues to share stirring tunes from its recent debut release

2016-08-20: Another new vocalist for Security Project
When Jerry Marotta or Trey Gunn has an idea often it is a good one. But when they have the same good idea at the same time it promises to be a great one. This was the case when they turned to each other and said: “Happy Rhode

2016-08-19: Niko Tsonev leaves Lifesigns
After being a part of Lifesigns for three and a half years, I've made the decision to depart from the band. John, Frosty, Steve, Jon and Brett will always be like a family to me and I'm so proud with what we've achieved toget

2016-08-18: Pink Floyd Vinyl Reissues Continue With Three Pre-‘Dark Side of the Moon’ Albums
Three more vinyl reissues from Pink Floyd‘s past will be released next month. The trio of albums leading up to the band’s mainstream breakthrough LP The Dark Side of the Moon — Atom Heart Mother, Meddle and Obscured by Clouds

2016-08-18: All About Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman
Guitarist/singer Trevor Rabin and tour producer Larry Magid talk about the upcoming Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman (ARW) tour and album. “It actually started purely just to do new music,” Rabin told Pollstar. “Then the touring as

2016-08-17: Yes Keyboardist: 2017 Cruise to the Edge Will Be "Pretty Spectacular"
Yes is about halfway through its 2016 U.S. summer tour, and after the trek wraps up, the prog-rock legends will turn their attention to their 2017 Cruise to the Edge fan cruise. Yes keyboardist Geoff Downes says he's particul

2016-08-16: Boston brings sonic heft to 40th-anniversary concert at Wang
There’s something mildly incongruous about seeing the band Boston performing in a theater, even such a large one as the Citi Wang Theatre. Born out of guitarist-keyboardist Tom Scholz’s home-studio tinkering with the late sin

2016-08-16: Going to concerts regularly leads to a happier life, according to a new study
Music journalists will have to find another scapegoat for their cynicism and general grumpitude. Turns out that most folks who regularly attend concerts report feeling happier about their lives overall, according to a new stu

2016-08-15: The Tangent - A Few Steps Down The Wrong Road
A film by EU progressive rock band The Tangent, made in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the organisation and the subsequent racist behaviour of the press and many people around the country. Contains Strong Language.

2016-08-13: Mastodon want to get ‘more proggy’ on new album
Mastodon drummer and vocalist Brann Dailor says he’d like to see the band explore a “more proggy” sound on their next album. Guitarist Brent Hinds previously said the follow-up to 2014’s Once More ‘Round The Sun would likely

2016-08-12: Marillion feel FEAR could be landmark album
Marillion frontman Steve Hogarth says he thinks their upcoming 18th album FEAR (Fuck Everyone And Run) could be regarded as a landmark achievement for the band. The follow-up to 2012’s Sounds That Can’t Be Made is set for rel

2016-08-10: GoFundMe for Roye Albrighton's Funeral Expenses
My name is Scott Moskowitz and I'm an enormous fan of NEKTAR and Mr Roye Albrighton. The music of Nektar and Mr Roye Albrighton holds a special place in my heart as well as so many other Rock / Progressive Rock music fans ar

2016-08-10: Phil Collins to Perform at U.S. Open
Phil Collins will make his way back to the concert stage later this month. The former Genesis frontman, who’s stayed largely out of the public eye while battling a variety of debilitating health maladies in recent years, has

Elephants of Scotland is what we could call a fairly new progressive rock band, however their success in rock scene has been nothing short of meteoric. Formed in 2010 in Burlington, Vermont, by multi-instrumentalist, composer

2016-08-09: Geoff Tate's Operation: Mindcrime Unveil New Song 'The Fight'
Former Queensryche singer Geoff Tate‘s band Operation: Mindcrime will release their latest album Resurrection on Sept. 23. After earlier unveiling the track “Left For Dead” that you can check out below, they have now unleashe

2016-08-08: District 97 new CD
Artifact-This brand new 2-CD Live Set was culled from our 2016 World Tour, as well as the final show of the original lineup in 2015. It was intended to be solely for our #D97WorldTour backers, but we're able to offer a *very*

2016-08-08: Peter Gabriel Combines and Expands Previously Released Live DVDs
Peter Gabriel fans can enjoy an immersive concert experience next month as a raft of live material is repackaged for DVD, Blu-ray and digital formats. Still Growing Up Live & Unwrapped will be reissued as a two-DVD set, while

2016-08-08: Interview – Big Big Train
Over time, Big Big Train has assumed one of the most desirable places in the progressive rock sphere. With albums such as The Difference Machine, The Underfall Yard and English Electric, the band was able to find talent as di

2016-08-06: Steven Wilson Facebook Q&A 08/04/2016
Published on Aug 5, 2016. Every time a pleasure listen to him. Original: https://www.facebook.com/StevenWilson...

2016-08-05: “An Evening With Todd Rundgren – Live At Ridgefield” To Be Released August 26, 2016!
Cleopatra Records is pleased to announce “An Evening With Todd Rundgren – Live At Ridgefield” on August 26, 2016. Get ready for an incredible concert experience, a multi-media extravaganza available on CD, Vinyl, DVD, and Blu

2016-08-05: Yes brings old sounds, new faces to rousing concert in Lynn
Does a popular band’s lasting strength reside in a canon of durable songs, or in the players that comprise its most potent lineup? That question arises inevitably when contemplating Yes, a progressive-rock band that has endur

2016-08-05: New interview with Candice Night of Blackmore's Night
I've had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Blackmore's Night vocalist Candice Night on several occasions. She always delivers a sincere, honest, love-filled response and this interview is no different! This time we focus

2016-08-05: Boston Rock Opera returns with a David Bowie salute
Like a lot of fans, Eleanor Ramsay was knocked for a loop when David Bowie died in January. “I thought, Isn’t he going to live forever?” she recalled during a recent interview. “I couldn’t imagine a world without David Bowie.

2016-08-04: Listen to Kansas' New Song, 'With This Heart'
Kansas are preparing for their first new album in 16 years next month with the release of one of the LP’s songs. You can listen to the track, “With This Heart,” above. The Prelude Implicit is due on Sept. 23, and it marks Kan

2016-08-03: The Story of Yes’ First Concert
Yes began their live career on a very inauspicious note, as they performed their first gig on Aug. 3, 1968, at the East Mersea Youth Camp in Essex. The recently formed band had risen from the ashes of the Syn, one of many not

2016-08-03: THE MUTE GODS - Praying To A Mute God (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
THE MUTE GODS - Praying To A Mute God (OFFICIAL VIDEO). Taken from the album 'Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me'. InsideOutMusic 2016.

2016-08-03: The Real Story Behind 'Close To The Edge'
Only a year after releasing their commercial breakthrough, Fragile, Yes dispatched Close to the Edge, an ambitious and wildly eclectic album that not only pushed the boundaries of the early '70s nascent progressive-rock movem