The September 2020 trek includes shows at Nottingham Arena and London's 02 Arena.
The first four albums in the distinguished solo career of Peter Gabriel are to be reissued in double vinyl editions on Caroline International on October 2.
Yes began their first concert without Chris Squire with an emotional tribute to him, at their August 7 concert in Mashantucket, Connecticut.
Genesis guitarist Daryl Stuermer's trio will present a new take on the band’s catalogue when they play August 12 in Frankfort, Illinois.
Supertramp's forthcoming, extensive ‘Supertramp Forever’ European tour has been cancelled, because of issues surrounding founder member Rick Davies’ health.
Progressive guitar hero Steve Hackett will celebrate his early solo years with the ‘Premonitions - The Charisma Recordings 1975-1983' box set in October.
We’re sad to report that the death has just been confirmed of Chris Squire, the widely-respected bass player best known for his work with Yes.
As the Moody Blues continue their current UK tour, Justin Hayward has dropped a hint that the famed British band have plans to record new material.
Rick Wakeman is launching his own music festival. The introductory WAKEmanFEST will take place at Boston Gliderdrome in Lincolnshire, October 30-November 1.
The future of progressive rock giants Gong is bright, according to Kavus Torabi, frontman of the 2015 line-up.
A lavish new box set from Universal celebrates the original BBC session recordings by the pioneering musical visionaries Van Der Graaf Generator.
Daevid Allen, the founder of progressive trailblazers Gong, who died of cancer, aged 77, on 13 March 2015, sent his bandmates a farewell message.
A third and final Genesis vinyl box set, ‘Genesis: 1983-1998,’ will be released by Universal, worldwide excluding North America, on May 11.
Those of us lucky enough to have seen Daevid Allen with Gong in their hey day will never forget the experience. Daevid Allen RIP.
The extensive ’12 Months of Rush’ 40th anniversary celebrations will now feature a special vinyl hologram edition of their ‘2112’ album, out on March 16.
Attempting to chart Genesis’ career in 20 songs is a daunting prospect, given the band’s recorded output – both in quality and in quantity.