This week on Prog-Watch my special guest is modern progressive rock icon John Mitchell! John and I chat about many things including song writing, working with John Wetton, and his record label White Star Records! Along the way we hear music from many of his bands and projects, including the Urbane, Arena, Frost*, Kino, It Bites, Lonely Robot, and more! (Look for Part 2 in a few weeks!)
Tune in on Sunday 19/11 at 13:30 for another ProgWatch exclusive!
Tony Rowsick will be in conversation with keyboard wizard, Geoff Downes!
With repeats on Monday at 18:30 and on Wednesday at 23:00.
This is another show not to be missed!
Tune in on Sunday 12/11 at 13:30 for the first part of a ProgWatch exclusive!
Tony Rowsick will be in conversation with guitarist extraordinaire, John Mitchell!
With repeats on Monday 13/11 at 18:30 and on Wednesday 15/11 at 23:00.
This is a show not to be missed!
This week on Prog-Watch: a great variety program with a mix of new and old! We’ll hear from Dave Kerzner, Anekdoten, Steve Tilling, Ian Anderson, Lifesigns, Styx, The Room, Kaipa, King’s X, and Soup! Plus, we’ll check in with THE DOCTOR, Rob Fisher, for another great edition of Progressive Discoveries on the new album by Brother Ape!
This week on Prog-Watch I have a themed special called “Shine A Little Light”…all the songs have the word “Light” in the title. Can you guess what I will be playing? Here are the artists: Transatlantic, Glass Hammer, Ian Anderson, David Gilmour, Conspiracy, Iona, Rocket Scientists, Rush, Willowglass, Black Bonzo, Subsignal, Yes, IO Earth and Genesis. A nice and diverse list, right?
This week I have another great variety program with music spanning five decades! We’ll hear from Queensryche, the Colin Tench Project, Magenta, Steve Winwood, Lifesigns, Fish, the Strawbs, Arena, and Steven Wilson! Plus, there will be another edition of Progressive Discoveries with Dr. Rob Fisher, looking at the great new album by White Moth Black Butterfly!
With the Moody Blues, he helped to define our favorite genre of music, and he continues to rock progressively today! He is John Lodge, legendary singer, bassist, and composer, and this week I am proud to say that he is my guest on Prog-Watch! John and I chat about some of the history of his storied band, his bass playing influences, and many other things, including his solo tour and forthcoming live album. Along the way we will hear plenty of great Moody Blues, Blue Jays, and John Lodge solo music, including a few from the forthcoming live album.