Progressive rock

‘We’re just kind of feeling our way': Alan White, Jon Davison discuss prospect of new music from Yes

‘We’re just kind of feeling our way': Alan White, Jon Davison discuss prospect of new music from Yes

Jon Davison has been with Yes for about a year and half, time that’s largely been spent revisiting a trio of the group’s 1970s recordings on tour. Now, he and drummer Alan White talk about the prospect of new music.

The Moody Blues – Timeless Flight (2013)

The Moody Blues – Timeless Flight (2013)

There was always more to the Moody Blues than the thunderous orchestral sweep of “Nights in White Satin,” no matter the glories of that proto-prog triumph. Timeless Flight touches on almost all of them.

Rush’s 2002 Vapor Trails reunion project has been long overdue for a remix

The long-awaited remix of Rush’s 2002 return to action Vapor Trails is coming October 1. Rush fans have been waiting for ages for this news

‘We’ll just have to work around that': Jon Davison’s tenure in Yes complicates things for Glass Hammer

‘We’ll just have to work around that': Jon Davison’s tenure in Yes complicates things for Glass Hammer

As Yes enters the final weeks of a U.S. tour featuring a trio of its 1970s recordings, the question of where that leaves frontman Jon Davison’s other group Glass Hammer looms large.

‘I’m happier with the people I’m working with': Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre set to release rare solo effort

‘I’m happier with the people I’m working with': Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre set to release rare solo effort

Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre will release his first album in a decade, and his first since Ian Anderson decided to produce a sequel to the band’s classic Thick as a Brick as a solo project.

Deep Cuts: Solo Genesis projects from Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Steve Hackett

Deep Cuts: Solo Genesis projects from Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Steve Hackett

Albums constructed apart have allowed Peter Gabriel, Phil Collins and Steve Hackett to explore areas of their songcraft that might have gone undiscovered in Genesis.

‘We often struggled to play the music we had written': Steve Hackett returns to Genesis era on a mission

‘We often struggled to play the music we had written': Steve Hackett returns to Genesis era on a mission

To a degree, Steve Hackett has returned to the music he made in the 1970s with Genesis so that he can write a few musical wrongs. After all, he has learned much in the ensuing years about his instrument.

‘You never knew what somebody was going to do': Greg Lake on King Crimson’s improvisational start

‘You never knew what somebody was going to do': Greg Lake on King Crimson’s improvisational start

King Crimson’s genre-creating 1969 debut In the Court of the Crimson King didn’t include a single song shorter than 6 minutes. The band’s 1970 follow up ended with an 11-minute song suite.

‘It freshens up the old stuff': Ian Gillan says Now What?! has given Deep Purple new life

‘It freshens up the old stuff': Ian Gillan says Now What?! has given Deep Purple new life

When Deep Purple released Now What?! earlier this year, it represented more for frontman Ian Gillan than the group’s first new music in eight years. It was a shot in the arm for the franchise.

‘If you don’t like it, get up and leave': Please don’t shout out requests to Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson

‘If you don’t like it, get up and leave': Please don’t shout out requests to Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson

Ian Anderson’s just-completed summer U.S. tour featured complete readings of Jethro Tull’s Thick As A Brick, and his solo sequel Thick As a Brick 2. Not that a few people didn’t yell out requests anyway.