Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright made a surprise appearance with David Gilmour at a London Cinema in 2007. A year later, he was gone
From Alchemist to The Butterfly Effect - 10 progressive metal bands from Down Under creating a storm across the world
Jim Capaldi made wonderful music with Traffic, and on a run of seriously star-studded solo albums
Comedian and Prog Awards host Al Murray travelled to Rome to catch King Crimson live in Pompeii in 2018
The folk progger reflects on a career that started with guitar lessons from Robert Fripp and has seen him work with the likes of Rick Wakeman, Alan Parsons and more...
After Peter Gabriel left Genesis in 1975, the band responded with the then biggest-selling album of their career. When Steve Hackett left two years later, could they survive this second loss?
Over 50 years Styx have cruised through heavenly highs and weathered hellish lows. With latest album Crash Of The Crown, they continue to enjoy their latest creative and popular high
From the sci-fi sonics of Hawkwind to playing his flute on the Great Pyramid Of Giza, Nik Turner has always tripped through musical boundaries
Pomp Rock was the unruly child disowned by prog and orphaned by AOR. Its melodies were a hit at radio and filled arenas across America, and here's 10 albums to get you started
Kansas drummer Phil Ehart explains the financial realities of COVID and socially distanced shows.
Robert Calvert’s manic imagination was fuelled by bipolar disorder, but it helped him conceive one of the 70’s most outlandish concept albums
A shared love of Blue Oyster Cult, Genesis and King Crimson saw Tears For Fears become much more than an 80s pop band
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Ed Wynne has released 15 albums with Ozric Tentacles, has collaborated with Amon Düül UK and Eat Static and, in 2019, issued his first ever solo record, Shimmer Into Nature. Prog catches up with him to reminisce about playing at Stonehenge, opening for Gong and why he decided it was time to make another Ozrics album
As Wobbler emerge from the murky depths of the human psyche with Dwellers Of The Deep, the Norwegian band talk to Prog about not searching for perfection, why we’re all both gods and monsters, and mastering the art of knowing when to stop
He was the maverick genius who conceived the Space Ritual and embodied Hawkwind’s progressive spirit in the 70s. But Robert Calvert played with fire for the sake of his art, as we discover in this edited extract from Hawkwind: Days Of The Underground.
One is a prog rock titan who saw the writing on the wall in 1977. The other is a punk hard man who spent the year brawling with other bands. So when Rick Wakeman and The Stranglers’ Jean-Jacques ‘JJ’ Burnel got together in 2012, you’d expect bickering, bloodshed and epic keyboard solos, right? Wrong.
The Ride and former Oasis man explains how he came to play with Pink Floyd and explore the world of progressive music