New Issue Of Prog On Sale Now!
The new issue of Prog hits the shelves today, and it’s a celebration of 45 years of Rush.
With the Clockwork Angels UK tour looming, Alex, Neil and Geddy shed light on over four decades dedicated to the cause, with stories from the first show to the latest album. In-between we’ll uncover original bassist Jeff Jones, the stories behind 2112 and what “One Hundred And Eighty!” and Panther Piss mean…
Also in the issue:
Marillion revisit Script For A Jester’s Tear
Kevin Ayers gets a fond send-off from Robert Wyatt, Arthur Brown and pals
Spock’s Beard have a changing of the guard, and soldier on
Karl Bartos reveals he’s no showroom dummy, in life after Kraftwerk
Long Distance Calling return, just when they thought it was all over
Miles Davis takes us to the Outer Limits
Todd Rundgren takes techno into the 21st century
The Flaming Lips let us take a peep inside their heads for The Terror
Wolf People get their teeth into album number two
Celebr8.2 – all you need to know about London’s premier prog weekender
Plus! Kavus Torabi is quizzed in Brainstorm, we review Big Big Train, Cosmograf, Haze, Motorpsycho, Sanguine Hum, Family, Prog Rocks!, Fish, Steven Wilson live, Riverside, Clannad, Mike Keneally, Amplifier, The Magic Band, Threshold, Sigur Ros, Neal Morse, Twinscapes, Richard Thompson and Syd Arthur.
And there’s the free nine-track CD too…
Get your copy now at www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk.
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