Neal Morse couldn’t have chosen a more prophetic title for the band’s reunion disc: The album’s tour was almost canceled by Iceland’s volcanic ash cloud.
Answering the call of a higher power, Neal Morse offers further personal revelations with the sequel to his first post-Spock’s Beard faith-based solo disc.
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As a four-piece band for the first time, Spock’s Beard had a serious question to deal with: Where were their new songs going to come from?
The beginning of Spock’s Beard was one of personal and professional growth
A charity compilation in which every track contained the promise of something new and exciting
If there’s any doubt that the supergroup is still alive and kicking, look no further than Transatlantic’s current “Whirled Tour.” The band — featuring Dream Theater drummer Mike Portnoy, Marillion bassist Pete Trewavas, Flower Kings guitarist/vocalist Roine Stolt and former Spock’s Beard multi-instrumentalist/frontman Neal Morse — has reconvened after nearly a decade-long touring absence to play a very limited, six-date North American tour