Prog Rock


Ketih Emerson and Carl Palmer teamed up with Robert Berry and released one album as 3.

Founded: 1987

Location: London, England

50 years of Nektar

We put the old band back together to CELEBRATE the 50th ANNIVERSARY of NEKTAR!
The original members of Nektar; Derek "Mo" Moore, Ron Howden, and Mick Brockett are back. We've added Ryche Chlanda from Fireballet and the 78' band, Randy Dembo from the 2005 band, and newcomer and world-class keyboard player, Kendall Scott.


Agents of Mercy

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Led by Roine Stolt and Nad Sylvan, Agents of Mercy music also feature Jonas Reingold and Lalle Larsson from Karmakanic.

Founded: 2009

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Website: Agents of Mercy

Akkerman, Jan

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Focus guitarist, won many accolades in Britain during the early 70s.

Founded: 1946

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Website: Jan Akkerman music site - Dutch guitarist - Nederlandse gitarist

Alan White, RIP

So sad to read, just days after the announcement that he would miss the UK tour this year, that Alan White has passed away today. RIP, Alan, thank you for your 50 years with Yes, and my condolences to your family.


Albums you should know, Part 1: Skin Alley - Two Quid Deal?

Song: "Bad Words And Evil People" (1972)


Albums you should know, Part 2: Rare Bird - Epic Forest

Song: Title No. 1 Again (Birdman) (1972)


Amon Düül II Reissue

From Amon Düül II
"... what’s more exciting is the long awaited return of this iconic German outfit after a nearly 20-year absence from the music world with a new album, Düülirium! This stunning new album features 3 of the group’s founding members - guitarist John Weinzierl, guitarist/violinist Chris Karrer, and vocalist Renate Knaup - and will be simultaneously released on both CD and vinyl June 10. "

Anderson, Ian

Oddly enough, Ian Anderson's lone solo album highlights early 80s keyboard technology.

Founded: 1947

Location: Dunfermline, Scotland

Website: The Official Jethro Tull Website

Anderson, Jon

Following his departure from Yes in 1979, Jon Anderson enjoyed a degree of success in the UK with a string of solo releases and a good touring band, "The New Life Orchestra". His concurrent work with Greek keyboardist Vangelis would even eclipse that success. Yet by 1983, Anderson would return to Yes, where he would remain, in one form or another, the voice of Yes.

Founded: 1944

Location: Accrington, Lancashire, England

Website: Jon Anderson Online