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Steve Hackett, Sheffield City Hall

Since our interview with Steve Hackett back in march this year he has now embarked on a new tour taking in the UK, Europe, and Australia. The aptly named, Genesis Revisited with Hackett Classics 2017 tour arrived in Sheffield last night and we sent a photographer/reviewer along to see the show. His previous Genesis revisited shows have been a resounding success and it is easy to forget that Hackett has… Keep Reading


Haken, Academy 3, Manchester

Haken took to the stage Friday, on day three of their 21 day 10th anniversary tour. That’s ten years of creating some of the greatest prog’ you’ve probably never heard. Support was provided by French outfit The Algorithm and Pennsylvania natives Next to None. First up, Next to None, as they walk on the stage I’m wondering if these young lads are on work experience as roadies, until they pick… Keep Reading

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Steve Hackett Talks About New Album ‘The Night Siren’

Guitar virtuoso and rock legend, Steve Hackett (formerly of Genesis), is set to release his latest album ‘The Night Siren’ on 24th March 2017 through InsideOut Music (Sony). As implied in the title, ‘The Night Siren’ is a wake-up call… the warning of a siren sounding in this era of strife and division, and he discusses the album in detail in this brand new interview Steve recently revealed the first… Keep Reading


Yes, Atlanta Symphony Hall, Atlanta, Georgia

From the summer of 1968 until present time the English rock band Yes has amazed music lovers of all ages with their symphonic rock sounds. Delivering a progressive rock masterpiece is still a walk in the park for the band and they show no signs of that changing anytime soon.   In the lobby of the Symphony Hall fans lined up at wine tables giddy with excitement. They exchanged stories… Keep Reading


Seminal prog pioneers YES has announced an extensive UK and European tour!

Seminal prog pioneers YES has announced an extensive UK and European tour for April 2016. The band will be performing 1971’s ‘Fragile’ and 1980’s ‘Drama’ in their entirety, the latter for the very first time, plus other seminal tracks including ‘Owner of a Lonely Heart’ and ‘Starship Trooper’. ‘Most of the songs haven’t been performed in some 30 years’ – said Steve Howe. ‘Fragile and Drama mark two essential chapters… Keep Reading

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