The band’s third LP provided a commercial breakthrough, hit singles and gold status.
Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues, who has extensive solo dates in North America in May/ June, will follow them with a September UK tour titled Stage Door.
Gong’s debut album, ‘Magick Brother’, stands as evidence of a wayward but irresistible collective, and what can be achieved when anarchy meets inspiration.
Released by the Froese-Schultze-Schnitzler line-up in 1971, Tangerine Dream’s, ‘Alpha Centauri’, is a key release in the development of electronica.
Vangelis and Jon Anderson worked together once again on the 1980 album See You Later: a record ripe for rediscovery by fans..
Alice Cooper and Rick Wakeman will headline the UK's inaugural Stone Free Festival at The 02 in London on 18 and 19 June, 2016 respectively.
Four years in the making, Chris Wood's 'Evening Blue' box set is full of unreleased material, and a stunning testament to the work of a prolific musician.
In the early 70s, Genesis blossomed into progressive innovators with a command of both sound and vision. We trace this period with a series of rare photos.
A slew of classic rock, soul and jazz titles have been reissued on SHM-CD. Using technology developed in Japan, they offer stunning sound quality.
The rock “supergroup” featuring former Yes members Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman will be up and running this year, and the trio will tour.
Geddy Lee from Rush talks to Kylie Olsson at Abbey Road Studios.
Released on 26 March 1976, Camel's fourth album, Moonmadness, was a stratospheric flight from one of prog rock's finest bands, and it remains a career high.
Procol Harum will headline the Prog In The Park Stage at the 2016 Ramblin' Man Fair in Kent next July, with Hawkwind among the other attractions.
With Angels Egg, Daevid Allen and Gong arguably went out into the furthest reaches that their space-rock explorations had taken them to date.
Octopus, the fourth album by Gentle Giant, marked a turning point in the group’s career, ushering them into prog's pantheon.
Gentle Giant's Acquiring The Taste was unique, adventurous and fascinating – and a cornerstone album in the development of prog rock.