If the department stores can do it, so can Goldmine. We’ve not even got through Thanksgiving yet, and the holiday decorations are already creeping into view So, to commence our own countdown to the Frothy Muggament, Spin Cycle’s Top Ten …
Former Genesis axeman displayed frenetic fretwork at a magnificent concert in Manhattan on Friday, November 14th.
Like, love or loathe their output, it’s hard to disagree with Genesis’s success… and even harder to deny that what they pulled off is more or less the unlikeliest smash and grab in rock history. There’s no point belaboring the …
Ever got the feeling that most of your favorite bands have been reduced to the status of brand names? That a passing muso only needs to have once dropped in on a session to feel he (or she) has the …
Goldmine Magazine, home of the world’s largest music collectibles marketplace, announces its 10th group of inductees in its Hall of Fame. Who made the cut?
The moniker RPWL came from the initials of each original member’s surname. Ten years later, the name is the same — even though some of the members have changed.
Progressive rock blew out its mainstream welcome in the D.I.Y. punk era. But like rockabilly, country blues, swing music, and disco, Prog never went away.
There is no shortage of live Steve Hackett albums, but it made sense for the former Genesis guitarist to capture these 2009 and 2010 performances in London, Paris and New York.
Yes is one of the many Progressive Rock groups ignored by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
These are the albums that influenced the life of guitarist Steve Hackett (Genesis, GTR).