This week’s Prog-Watch is a BIG themed special! Hear great BIG classics from Peter Gabriel, Ritual, Electric Light Orchestra, Matt Stevens, Yes, Spock’s Beard, Genesis, Damanek, Stackridge, Tears For Fears, Simon Collins, Tinyfish, Robert Plant, Fish, and Rush! All in 90 minutes!
807: Big Tony’s Big BIG Special
I’m pretty sure that no one was unhappy to see 2020 in the rear view, but it was a pretty fine year for music! So this week on Prog-Watch I am once more featuring some of the best of 2020, with a line-up that includes The Flower Kings, Blue Oyster Cult, The Tangent, Lonely Robot, Pendragon, Neal Morse, Nick D’Virgilio, Pattern-Seeking Animals, and Fish!
804: More of the Best of 2020
This week on Prog-Watch it’s Part Two of my two-part collaboration with The Progressive Aspect on some of the best albums of 2020! We’ll hear music from Magenta, Pendragon, Mark Vickness, Chris Opperman, Motorpsycho, Abel Ganz, and Fish; and brief reviews by Magnus Moar, Bob Mulvey, Jez Rowden, Graham Thomas, Roger Trenwith, and Leo Trimming!
802: Prog-Watch & TPA Present Some of the Best of 2020, Pt. 2
This week on Prog-Watch I’m shaking the Family Tree of the mighty Marillion! I’ll be exploring some of the solo works and side projects of Fish, Steve Hogarth, Steve Rothery, Mark Kelly, Pete Trewavas, Ian Mosley, and Mick Pointer! Come along for a fun and interesting ride!
737: Shaking the Family Tree of Marillion
This week I have more awesome Prog Rock variety, with Guest DJ selections from a listener and friend of the show by the name of Simon Forrest of Hove, UK. We’ll hear music from George Arriola, Marillion, ELO, Cirkus, Anathema, Rush, Nomadic Horizon, Fish, Porcupine Tree, SubLunar, and Cairo!
633: Variety with Guest DJ Selections
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!