Lifeson’s new songs represent his first music in nearly 10 years.
Ex-Genesis legend Steve Hackett has been confirmed as the headline act at the 2018 Be Prog My Friend Festival in Barcelona, Spain
Yes will stage a weekend of events at a fan convention for charity, attended by current band members, during their 50th anniversary UK tour in March 2018.
Former Porcupine Tree frontman Steven Wilson is to digitally release his Last Day Of June soundtrack album in December 2017
Prog-rock superstars Camel have announced a series of concert dates in the UK and around mainland Europe across the spring, summer and autumn of 2018
A movement is under way to have the late progressive rock musician John Wetton, who died in January 2017, recognised in the English city of Derby.
Progressive rock mainstays Camel have confirmed the first date on their Moonmadness Tour 2018, on 17 September next year at London's Royal Albert Hall.
The 40th anniversary album celebrations of the Rush catalogue continue with 1 December 2017's expanded, multi-format edition of A Farewell To Kings.
Porcupine Tree leader Steven Wilson has shared the video for Nowhere Now from his solo album To The Bone and added a London date to his 2018 tour
Steve Hackett, Steve Hillage and King Crimson are among the winners honoured at the 2017 Progressive Music Awards at the Underglobe in London
Holger Czukay, bassist and co-founder of legendary 1970s German band Can and a pioneer of sampling technology has died aged 79
Prog rock luminary and Van der Graaf Generator co-founder Peter Hammill will return with the solo album From The Trees on 3 November 2017.
In the most anticipated day of the weekend, ZZ Top closed Ramblin’ Man Fair 2017 with a high-octane set full of classics from their 40-plus-year career.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Grand Illusion, Styx released a translucent green vinyl edition bundled with their new album, The Mission.
Gong, Alan Parsons and Rush are all in contention at the 2017 Progressive Music Awards, which takes place at the Underglobe in London in September
The Show That Never Ends: The Rise And Fall Of Prog Rock, a new book by David Weigel, is published on 27 June 2017 by W.W. Norton and Co.