Seventies Prog Groves is a new MIDI pack that covers the gamut from 3/4 all the way up to 11/8. … Read More Seventies Prog Grooves MIDI – A Journey Back in Time Signatures
The Bob Moog Foundation has announced their annual fundraising raffle, which features a rare Minimoog, signed by Rick Wakeman. … Read More Win A Rare Minimoog, Signed By Rick Wakeman
This video captures a live studio performance of Triumvirat’s The March to the Eternal City.… Read More The March to the Eternal City (Live Cover)
Prog rock supergroup YES will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame, along with Joan Baez, ELO, Journey, Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur and Nile Rodgers.… Read More YES To Be Inducted To Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame
Official Charts – the UK-based music sales ranking organization – has announced an Official Progressive Albums Chart. While some may dismiss the announcement as the delirium of a 21st century schizoid man, true prog fans never let go – and think that the fact that this wasn’t introduced 40 years ago was the crime of the century. The… Read More Prog Finally Gets A ‘Top 10’ List, After 50 Years
Cruise to the Edge, a progressive rock cruise, which sails from November 15-19, 2015, will feature a massive line up of classic and modern prog bands. The cruise will also feature two events to benefit the non-profit Bob Moog Foundation. The five-night cruise will feature multiple stages of progressive rock music, from Yes, Marillion, Allan Holdsworth… Read More Cruise to the Edge ‘Prog Cruise’ Plans Events To Benefit Bob Moog Foundation
Chris Squire, right, co-founder of the progressive rock band Yes, has died at the age of 67. Christopher Russell Edward Squire (March 4, 1948-June 28, 2015) was a musician, songwriter and singer, best known as the bass guitarist and backing vocalist for Yes. Squire had announced his hiatus from the band earlier in the year, after being diagnosed… Read More Chris Squire Of Yes Has Died
Today is the 70th birthday of prog rock keyboard pioneer Keith Emerson, born Nov 2nd, 1944.