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Fish says, “It appears that the only sector benefiting from these new regulations are accountants and advisors”.  Add to that the tax evaders who were the most interested, financially and otherwise, in seeing a Brexit deal through. 

This was foretold long before.  Fripp had put out a statement about the envisaged adverse impact of Brexit on artists two years back.  What must be questioned is the judgment of enthusiastic Brexiteer musicians like Daltrey and Bruce Dickinson.  I believe Daltrey has already begun to groan now that he realizes what it will entail.  Maybe Mr Bruce and the rest of Iron Maiden have an amazing market for concerts in America and therefore don’t need to tour to EU very much at all.  But I am sure that’s not true for the vast majority of musicians in the UK.  You can always fantasize about being a trading powerhouse doing business with the world at large but your immediate geography will inevitably be a large part of your export-import. Perhaps those who grumbled about having to compete with imports did not realize that the ability to thwart those imports from coming in is not granted without also impacting exports.

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Prog News posted by Heart of the Matter — Ton Scherpenzeel’s classic dutch band Kayak is set to release their new album, entitled “Out Of This World”, on May 7, 2021. Teaser: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zo-YUX4RbWM Source: https://distortedsoundmag.com/kayak-announce-new-album-out-of-this-world/

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T’WAS ABOUT BLOODY TIME A NEW METHENY ALBUM CAME OUT !!

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That’s a pretty awesome album cover, and Pat Metheny never disappoints.

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Prog News posted by foregonillusions — Glass Hammer recently released a new album, A Matter of Time. It’s composed of “reimagining and re-recording” of the bands’ 90s’ favorites. It slipped under my radar (and PA’s too, it seems!), and going by what they released on their YouTube channel, I’m pretty excited to buy it. Thoughts? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoH2INebq50 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZwAIdNrSOs foregonillusions2020-12-29 13:23:18

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This news is a few days old but I figured I would post it since nobody else has. From the face book page:


The Rites of Spring Festival says “Goodbye, for now”.

RoSfest has been a treasure in the progressive rock world for the last 17 years and it has been my privilege to produce and host one of the best progressive rock music festivals in the world, but RoSfest will officially end its 16-year run in 2020. Dedicated to delivering the highest level of talent, production, and timing is central to what RoSfest represented; an outlet for a niche genre called Progressive Rock that provided a venue for new up and coming artists from around the globe.

Running a music festival can be breathtakingly rewarding, but also quite expensive due to production, insurance, venue rental, hotel rental, staff accommodations, band expenses, vehicle rentals, etc. Additionally, the US government has made it harder and harder to acquire permits for working artists from around the world to perform in the US. Increasing artist permit requirements and fees makes it almost impossible for young bands to travel abroad. RoSfest has been a labor of love but has been struggling financially for years and can’t survive another “Covid” crisis. Unfortunately, we are not able to keep operating the festival at a loss.

On a personal note, I feel so lucky to have been part of this organization. To work with such an incredible staff and dedicated volunteers and to interact with the best Progressive audiophiles in the world. RoSfest has been magical and could not have existed without YOU…. the best and most supportive audience anyone could hope for. Without such an incredible community, RoSfest would not have been possible. I am so thankful for all of your support and dedication throughout our festival years.

RoSfest will continue its core mission to support the art of Progressive Rock and may surprise you (at some point) with a special concert in the future. But for now, with tearful heartfelt thanks from all of us at RoSfest, it’s been an honor to interact with such accomplished and inspiring musicians and music lovers in the progressive rock community.

In the words of RoSfest’s production manager, Kevin Madrishin, “We did it right!”

George Roldan

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Vincenzo Ricca’s The Rome Pro(g)ject released his fourth album “Beaten Paths Different Ways” on December 7.

Musicians:
Steve & John Hackett, Richard Sinclair (Camel, Caravan), David Cross (King Crimson), Nick Magnus (Steve Hackett Band), Billy Sherwood (Yes), Francesco Di Giacomo (Banco), Franck Carducci, Jerry Cutillo (OAK), Daniele Pomo (RaneStrane), Riccardo Romano (RaneStrane), Roberto Vitelli (Ellesmere), Mauro Montobbio (Narrow Pass), Paolo Ricca, Giorgio Clementelli, Lorenzo Feliciati, Danilo Chiarella, Maurizio Mirabelli

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http://www.vincenzoricca.it/?product=iv-beaten-paths-different-ways-2020

http://www.mellotronweb.com.ar/

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Prog News posted by MadCrayon — Hi everyone,  our latest album DROPS is online on bandcamp. For this month the first 200 copies are free. http://madcrayon.bandcamp.com/ [TUBE]3om8b4p9XwA[/TUBE] [TUBE]17GXPMt1k0U[/TUBE] [TUBE]WinfNISvtnw[/TUBE] [TUBE]aWK39KSN9j0[/TUBE] Mad Crayon Alessandro Di Benedetti – Keyboards, Piano, VocalsDaniele Agostinelli – Keyboards and VocalsFederico Tetti – Guitars, Keyboards and VocalsDaniele Vitalone – Bass, Guitars and Keyboards With:Nicolas Bonneyrat – DrumsMax Saidi – DrumsGiovanni Maucieri – DrumsChris Brush – DrumsNicole Carino – Backing Vocals A Sort of Incoming (3 54)(music: Daniele Vitalone)Keyboards and Programming Daniele Vitalone Bloody Days (6 01)(music and lyrics: Alessandro Di Benedetti)Keyboards, Piano and Vocals Alessandro Di BenedettiGuitars Federico TettiBass Daniele VitaloneBacking Vocals Daniele Agostinelli, Nicole CarinoDrums Nicolas Bonneyrat Where You Cannot Lie (9 16)(music and lyrics: Federico Tetti)Guitars, Vocals and Keyboards Federico TettiPiano and Backing Vocals Alessandro Di BenedettiBacking Vocals Daniele AgostinelliBass Daniele VitalonePhone Voice Enrica DionigiDrums Chris Brush The Ape (9 50)(music: Daniele Vitalone)Bass, Keyboards, Guitars and Programming Daniele VitaloneGuitars Federico TettiKeyboards Alessandro Di BenedettiDrums Nicolas Bonneyrat Evening Comes (4 37)(music and lyrics: Daniele Agostinelli)Keyboards and Vocals Daniele AgostinelliE. Piano Alessandro Di BenedettiGuitars Federico TettiBass Daniele VitaloneDrums Giovanni Giò MaucieriBacking Vocals Elara Marucci Disturbed Love (2 52)(music: Federico Tetti)Guitars and Keyboards Federico TettiPiano Alessandro Di BenedettiKeyboards Daniele AgostinelliBass Daniele VitaloneDrums Max Saidi Down the Trench (9 00)(music and lyrics: Alessandro Di Benedetti, Federico Tetti, Daniele Vitalone)Keyboards, Piano and Vocals Alessandro Di BenedettiGuitars Federico TettiBass Daniele VitaloneDrums Nicolas Bonneyrat Mad Crayon Run (6 03)(music: Daniele Vitalone)Keyboards, Bass, Guitars and Programming Daniele VitaloneKeyboards Alessandro Di BenedettiGuitars Federico TettiDrums Nicolas Bonneyrat The Glitter of Your Life (6 09)(music and lyrics: Federico Tetti)Guitars, Keyboards and Vocals Federico TettiPiano and E. Piano Alessandro Di BenedettiBass Daniele VitaloneDrums Maz Saidi Way Out (1 46)(music: Daniele Vitalone)Keyboards and Programming Daniele Vitalone MadCrayon2020-12-11 04:23:14