It’s 1978 and Peter Gabriel had been gone for a while, Steve Hackett had left… And then there were three....
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.
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The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway, seen by many Genesis fans as their finest hour (or an hour and a half, to be precise) was released on 18 November 1974.
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.
Greg Ridley, born on 23 October 1947, was co-founder of two key British bands of the late 1960s, Spooky Tooth and Humble Pie, and achieved much with both.
The 40th anniversary album celebrations of the Rush catalogue continue with 1 December 2017's expanded, multi-format edition of A Farewell To Kings.
Released in October 1974, You is arguably Gong’s finest album, and was the third and final instalment in their beloved Radio Gnome Trilogy.
Progressive rock giants Camel underlined their popularity again on 14 October 1978, entering the UK chart with 'Breathless.'
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
Mike Oldfield's follow-up to Tubular Bells, the ambitious Hergest Ridge, entered the UK album chart at No.1 on 14 September, 1974.
Released in September 1973, ‘In A Glass House’ was a major turning point for the British prog rock legends Gentle Giant, setting them up for further glory.
Hugh Syme has been synonymous with prog legends Rush since 1975. He shares his memories of working with “a band that dared to deviate from the norm”.
Completing their transition from complex prog rockers to more straightforward rockers, Gentle Giant’s Giant For A Day! was an attempt to win a US fanbase.