The September 2020 trek includes shows at Nottingham Arena and London's 02 Arena.
Jaki Liebezeit, drummer with German progressive-electronic rock pioneers Can, died of pneumonia on 22 January, 2017 at the age of 78.
The stand-out tracks from Rush’s studio albums, exclusively picked for uDiscover by designer Hugh Syme, the creator of the band’s iconic ‘Starman’ emblem.
The death has been confirmed of Greg Lake, the former member of prog giants Emerson, Lake & Palmer and King Crimson. He was 69.
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Tangerine Dream's Quantum Key EP, released last autumn as their first music since the death of Edgar Froese, will be out on vinyl in the new year.
Vangelis has announced that his 13-disc box set Delectus will be released on 3 February.
Rick Wakeman will release his new solo album Piano Portraits, a collection of solo piano interpretations of a wide variety of material, on 13 January, 2017.
On 2 December, Mike Oldfield will release vinyl reissues of rarities collection ‘Collaborations’ and live double-album ‘Exposed’.
Rush’s landmark 1976 album, ‘2112’, receives a suitably epic super deluxe edition anniversary box set release on 6 January 2017.
Released on 29 October 1979, Camel’s ‘I Can See Your House From Here’ was the band’s most eclectic album to date, straddling prog and electro-pop.
Vangelis has extended his chart span in the UK and other European countries beyond 40 years with Rosetta.
Adapting their sound to suit the mood in the late 70s, Gentle Giant released ‘The Missing Piece’, an album that focused more on catchy, no-frills pop-rock.
Jon Anderson was guest of honour at last night's (1 September) Progressive Music Awards 2016, where he was named Prog God.
Trevor Horn will collect the Outer Limits Award as one half of early 1980s prog-synth pop duo the Buggles, at the Progressive Music Awards 2016.