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).
Guitarist Steve Hackett remembers the glory days with the classic lineup of Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford and Phil Collins on drums.
Double Live CD “Live Rails” is a documentation of the guitarist’s last world tour for “Out Of The Tunnel’s Mouth” including new material and classic songs
Be sure to grab a copy of our annual 5-Star Album issue!
Be sure to grab a copy of our annual Prog Rock Issue!
Plagued by health issues, Phil Collins avoids the drums and doesn’t do much to further his musical legacy with “Going Back: Live at Roseland Ballroom, NYC.”
There’s no doubt that the Kansas guitarist influenced a generation of up-and-coming guitar players. So, which albums changed Rich Williams’ life?