Rock & Roll Hall of Fame should take a closer look at these bands
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.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame boasts a great variety when it comes to its inductees
The Monkees received plenty of support for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
The Reader’s Digest version of Flash’s story
goes something like this: British
progressive rock band. Made three cool albums. Sexy covers.
Imploded in 1973. End of story.
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Today marks a momentous occasion for veteran proggers Yes. Fly From Here, the band’s first studio since 2001’s Magnification, is released to coincide with “We Can Fly” — the first Yes video in a decade.
Yes is one of the many Progressive Rock groups ignored by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Rock icon to tour in support of his forthcoming CD release ‘Survival and Other Stories’
“Fly From Here” will be released on Frontiers Records July 2011.