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  • Find your groove with the self-titled album by Ozone Squeeze

    Find your groove with the self-titled album by Ozone Squeeze

    If you turn on the radio - no matter the genre - you're likely to hear a lot of music that sounds very similar. That being the case, it's nice to hear some music that doesn't fit nicely into any category. On its self-titled album, Ozone Squeeze shows that it is one of those bands who wants to create...
  • Watch: Nothing More’s new music video for ‘Don’t Stop’ featuring Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach

    Watch: Nothing More’s new music video for ‘Don’t Stop’ featuring Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach

    The Visionary San Antonio alternative rockers, Nothing More, have premiered the official music video for the song, “Don't' Stop” (you can watch the video above). The track is from the band's brand new album, The Stories We Tell Ourselves, that dropped Sept. 15 via Eleven Seven Music/Better Noise...
  • Alysse Gafkjen

    Nothing More extends 'The Stories We Tell Ourselves' tour into 2018

    Based on the success of Nothing More’s recent sophomore album, The Stories We Tell Ourselves which hit shelves Sept. 15 via Better Noise Records, the San Antonio rockers have announced they will be extending their current headlining North American 'The Stories We Tell Ourselves' tour into 2018. The...
  • Pete Roche

    Anderson, Rabin & Wakeman weave Yes magic in Akron

    It’s been fifty years since Yes first introduced the world to its symphonic rock, but the progressive rock yeomen remain caught up in perpetual change. The first lineup change occurred back in 1970, when guitarist Steve Howe replaced Peter Banks.  Then organist Tony Kaye stepped aside for keyboard...
  • Wizards of Winter announce new album and Fall tour

    Wizards of Winter announce new album and Fall tour

    Tis the season for holiday tunes! Progressive rock giants Wizards of Winter have announced their first set of tour dates for Fall 2017. Composed of a variety of musicians, including former members of the Trans Siberian Orchestra and Alice Cooper band, Wizards of Winter deliver grandiose holiday...
  • Left to right: Trevor Rabin, Jon Anderson, and Rick Wakeman.

    Yes singer Jon Anderson talks tour with Rick Wakeman, Trevor Rabin

    It took half a century, but Jon Anderson was finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Yes in April 2017. It almost didn’t happen. And the Rock Hall’s reluctant (and decidedly non-prog-friendly) voting committee wasn’t the band’s only obstacle. You might say Anderson and his cohorts...
  • Interview: Bassist Tony Levin talks Stick Men, King Crimson

    Interview: Bassist Tony Levin talks Stick Men, King Crimson

    Peter Gabriel calls Tony Levin the “Emperor of the Bottom End." It’s a fitting description: Since the early ‘70s Levin has been the go-to bass man for such superstars as David Bowie, Alice Cooper, John Lennon and Paul Simon. He’s also longstanding member of King Crimson—and key contributor to...
  • Pete Roche

    Yes jams at Jacobs Pavilion with Todd Rundgren, Carl Palmer

    In the documentary "Yes Years," singer Jon Anderson likened Yes (and, by extension, its music) to a bus whose musician passengers get on and off (and on again) depending on whether they’re hip to whatever the destination appears to be at the time. That was 27 years ago, on the eve of the Yes Union...
  • Review: Anathema bring 'The Optimist' tour to New York City

    Review: Anathema bring 'The Optimist' tour to New York City

    In 2001, British prog rockers Anathema released their sixth studio album A Fine Day To Exit. The album's cover depicts an empty car on the beach belonging to a man bewildered about the ongoings of his life. 16 years later, the band decided to revisit this story with their 11th studio album The...
  • Yes adds second drummer Dylan Howe to upcoming 2017 US tour

    Yes adds second drummer Dylan Howe to upcoming 2017 US tour

    Yes will hit US shores this summer with double the power behind the drum-kit. The 2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees have announced that longtime Yes drummer Alan White will be accompanied by Yes guitarist Steve Howe's son Dylan on drum-kit. The legendary British prog-rockers made the big...
  • Tom Shackleford

    Photos: Umphrey’s McGee power through the rain at Central Park SummerStage

    Umphrey’s McGee’s two-set performance at Central Park SummerStage on Friday evening was about as night-and-day opposite of an experience as the sold out crowd could have imagined. Fresh off their three-night residency at Red Rocks Amphitheatre last weekend, the popular prog-rock jam band were at...
  • Styx will be touring this summer in support of new album The Mission.

    Styx teams up with Oticon to broadcast first ever rock concert to hearing aid users

    Everyone should be able to enjoy music. And now with cutting edge streaming technologies, even those affected by hearing loss can receive the full concert experience. In an unprecedented move, legendary rock band Styx has teamed up with innovative hearing device manufacturer Oticon to broadcast both...
  • Pete Roche

    Moody Blues mark 50 years of landmark album in Ohio

    U2 celebrated the 30th anniversary of one of its most iconic albums—The Joshua Tree—Saturday night at First Energy Stadium in Cleveland. It was an epic show centered ‘round an iconic record.  And thirty years is a long time, right? Sure, but try fifty. The Moody Blues marked the golden jubilee of...
  • Allen Jimenez

    The Moody Blues brought their Days of Future Passed - 50th Anniversary Tour to Fiddler’s Green.

    The Moody Blues brought their Days of Future Passed - 50th Anniversary Tour to Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre in Englewood, CO. Thursday night (June 20). The Moody Blues are concept rock pioneers. Their signature work, "Days of Future Passed," has reached iconic status and is thought by many to be an...
  • Allen Jimenez

    Jethro Tull by Ian Anderson Returns to Red Rocks with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra

    Jethro Tull by Ian Anderson arrived at Red Rocks Amphitheater on Friday, May 28. It was a chilly spring night in Colorado, but it didn’t take long for Ian Anderson and company to warm things up. The concert was nothing short of grand and inspiring.  Backed by the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Ian...
  • Watch: Roger Waters debuts official video for 'Last Refugee'

    Watch: Roger Waters debuts official video for 'Last Refugee'

    Roger Waters fans can check out an official video for a brand new song titled "Last Refugee." The track is from the ex-Pink Floyd stars highly anticipated studio album Is This the Life We Really Want?, which drops June 2 via Columbia. The iconic British rocker revealed the news via an update on May...
  • 5 things you didn't know about Rush

    5 things you didn't know about Rush

    For over 40 years, Rush has been both rock's ultimate power trio and one of progressive rock's most inventive boundary pushers. Long derided by critics for their lengthy songs and cerebral, often obscure, lyrics, Rush has maintained a legion of devoted fans throughout and, since retiring from...
  • Allen Jimenez

    In Photos: Kansas Carried on their 40th Anniversary Leftoverture Tour at Denver’s Paramount Theatre

    Kansas brought their 40th Anniversary Leftoverture Tour to Denver’s Paramount Theatre this past Tuesday evening. Robust and vibrant as ever, their unique progressive rock sound permeated the walls of Denver’s Paramount Theatre and brought joy to the faces of their devoted legions of Rocky Mountain...
  • Review:  '...And The Fire Within' by Four Trips Ahead

    Review: '...And The Fire Within' by Four Trips Ahead

    This Friday, March 31 is the official vinyl release of the dynamically bold new Four Trips Ahead album "…And The Fire Within." This hard-hitting band from NYC refers to this album as the culmination of a very fulfilling and highly creative time for them as individuals and as a group.  By combining...
  • Kansas adds new round of 2017 US 'Leftoverture' tour dates

    Kansas adds new round of 2017 US 'Leftoverture' tour dates

    Kansas has added a second leg to its 2017 U.S. tour schedule. The veteran U.S. prog-rockers have expanded their busy touring schedule with 32 new shows as they continue the 40th anniversary celebrations of their classic 1976 studio album Leftoverture and also support their latest studio album The...
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