“Fragile” and “The Yes Album” are still refreshing to hear as both albums celebrate their 40th anniversaries.
On tour and ready to release a new album, the current Yes lineup consists of three recognizable names and a few new ones: vocalist Benoit David and keyboardist Oliver Wakeman.
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.
An Emerson, Lake & Palmer legend describes what it is like to be one of the best-respected drummers ever.
Devon Graves, prog’s second-most-famous flute player, returns with a ’supergroup’ and a ghost story
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Filmed in Russia in 2008 prior to the release of the Keith Emerson Band Featuring Marc Bonilla’s eponymous album, this 15-song performance rocks, breathing new life into such ELP classics.
YES will begin a mini-tour of “special intimate performances” that will kick-off in early March for a select number of shows, including the House of Blues.
Keyboardist Jordan Rudess has been a full-time member of prog gods Dream Theater since 1999. Here are the albums that influenced him.