"J" Bands

Namesort icon Founded Country
July 1968 Notable for members Tom Newman (producer), and John Field and Tony Duhig, both later in Jade Warrior. United Kingdom
Jon & Vangelis 1979 Along with a US Top 50, the single "I Hear You Now" rose to the UK Top 10, propelling Jon & Vangelis' first album to a UK No 4. The duo - balancing successful solo careers simultaneously - would continue their... United Kingdom
Jobson, Eddie 1955 Violinist and journeyman, Eddie Jobson has one of the longer resumes in prog rock. United Kingdom
Jethro Tull 1967 Led by Ian Anderson, Jethro Tull was the first group from the progressive era to score resounding chart success. Originally their music was based in rhythm and blues, but punctuated with Anderson's flute playing and... United Kingdom
Jarre, Jean Michel 1948 French synthesist, popular France
Jane 1970 One of Germany's most idiosyncratic rock bands, the slow burn rock of Jane remained a constant through most of their career. Germany
Jade Warrior 1968 One of the most original of the British progressives, Jade Warrior were one of the first bands to incorporate "world" elements into their unique sound. United Kingdom
Jackson Heights 1970 Lee Jackson's post-Nice, pre-Refugee band. United Kingdom
Jack Lancaster And Robin Lumley 1976 A precursor to Brand X United Kingdom