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Something Else! Interview: Alan Morse of Spock’s Beard

Something Else! Interview: Alan Morse of Spock’s Beard

Guitarist Alan Morse joined us just before his band Spock’s Beard gathered to shoot a video for “Submerged,” offering his thoughts on their newly released album Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep and the band’s new frontman.

Spock’s Beard – Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep (2013)

Spock’s Beard – Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep (2013)

The addition of new vocalist Ted Leonard, late of the band Enchant, has brought Spock’s Beard back to its complex but consistently upbeat roots with Neal Morse.

Something Else! sneak peek: Spock’s Beard, Brief Nocturnes And Dreamless Sleep (2012)

Something Else! sneak peek: Spock’s Beard, Brief Nocturnes And Dreamless Sleep (2012)

Check out a seven-minute steam of song samples from Spock’s Beard’s new studio effort, Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep — their first with new vocalist Ted Leonard.

‘Still in construction phase’: New Spock’s Beard project will include collaborations with Neal Morse

‘Still in construction phase’: New Spock’s Beard project will include collaborations with Neal Morse

Spock’s Beard is one again at a crossroads. Roughly a decade after original frontman Neal Morse left, successor Nick D’Virgilio has also departed. Now, the group is once again embarking on a new project with a new singer.

Genesis' Steve Hackett, Spock's Beard and Flower Kings headline two-day prog-rock festival

Spock’s Beard, Saga, Flower Kings and Steve Hackett will close out the seventh annual Night of the Prog festival, to be held over two days this summer in Germany.

The Friday Morning Listen: Porcupine Tree – The Incident (2009)

I don’t usually spend a lot of time dumping on music that I don’t like. This is pretty much an ironclad rule when it comes to reviews. It’s the most pointless kind of writing, rarely rising above the level of drunken frat-boy snark.

New Music Monday: Long-awaited return for Mitch Ryder, scorching blues from Otis Taylor

We dig into brand new stuff from Mitch Ryder, Otis Taylor, Uriah Heep and Ahmad Jamal for New Music Monday this week

Neal Morse reunites with Spock's Beard on Testimony 2: Live in Los Angeles DVD

Spock’s Beard’s neo-prog debut arrived at just the right time, as old-line legends in the genre like Yes and Genesis cratered out in the 1990s.

Transatlantic – More Never is Enough DVD (2011)

Turns out, Transatlantic is a modern-day prog-rock supergroup in the most complete sense of the word: That means bass pedal solos.

Something Else! Interview: Christian prog-rocker Neal Morse

Neal Morse, former frontman for Spock’s Beard, joined us for an SER Sitdown in advance of today’s release of his long-awaited Testimony 2 on Radiant/Metal Blade Records

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