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Ex-Yes frontman Jon Anderson plans sequel to epic "Open," with new album this summer

Jon Anderson, having just completed a lengthy American solo tour and with more shows to come in South America, is creating a similarly brisk pace — four years after he split with Yes

'We wanted to Police-ify it': Stewart Copeland on "Every Little Thing," "Murder by Numbers" and "Message in a Bottle"

Stewart Copeland takes readers inside the studio for a trio of key Police cuts, revealing the struggles the band had to get its sound right, and the overdubs that made one song all but impossible to replicate.

Download: Paul Thorn – NoiseTrade Sampler (2012)

A new NoiseTrade compilation, available to download now, gives the uninitiated an opportunity to sample songs from three Paul Thorn albums — for free.

On Second Thought: R.E.M. – In Time: The Best of R.E.M (2003)

When I originally picked up R.E.M.’s best of In Time: 1988-2003, a good overview of the group’s middle years of output, I was actually glad to see it

Forgotten series: The Royal Guardsmen – Anthology (1995)

Due to their hit singles concerning the antics of Snoopy, the wise beagle in the “Peanuts” comic strip, the Royal Guardsmen were branded a novelty act.

Something Else! sneak peek: Patterson Hood, "Come Back Little Star" (2012)

Drive-By Truckers frontman Patterson Hood will issue his third solo album on September 11. It’s called Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance

A legend's wish granted: Midnight Rambles return to the late Levon Helm's barn

Levon Helm, even as he was losing his lengthy struggle with cancer earlier this year, had one final wish: That the rollicking hootenannys he’d been hosting at his barn — called the Midnight Rambles — would go on.

Canadian prog-rockers Saga reunite with Michael Sadler, set release date for new album

Saga is on the loose again. The Canadian prog rockers have reunited with original lead singer Michael Sadler, and will release their 20th studio project on August 28, 2012

'Yes should certainly be in there': Squackett project underscores Rock and Rock Hall of Fame snub

The well-received recent Squackett collaboration between Yes co-founder Chris Squire and Genesis alum Steve Hackett brought together two of prog rock’s most recognizable musical figures.

‘Couldn’t be happier’: Julian Lennon on new collaborations with Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler

Julian Lennon will not only be featured on the new Aerosmith album singing background vocals, he has also concluded a full-song collaboration with Steven Tyler.