This week on Prog-Watch it’s another of my themed specials, and the theme is family! Every song has to do with family and especially close family members (Mother, Father, Sister and Brother)! Music will be supplied by great classic and contemporary artists, including Jethro Tull, Genesis, Yes, Pendragon, Alan Parsons, Renaissance, Seven Steps To The Green Door, Queen, IO Earth, Traffic, The Nice, The Who, Dukes Of The Orient, and Peter Gabriel! Come along for a fun ride!
639: All in the Family
This week on Prog-Watch it’s the long-awaited return of THE DOCTOR, Rob Fisher, with another great edition of Progressive Discoveries! This edition centers on the exciting new album by Sharon den Adel’s solo project My Indigo. Prepare for something a bit different! Also on this week’s program: a lot of great Progressive Rock (this ain’t Rap-Watch!) from Yuka & Chronoship, The Dame, Armonite, Emerson, Lake and Powell, Gazpacho, World Trade, The J Conspiracy, IO Earth, and BangTower!
525: Variety + My Indigo on Progressive Discoveries
This week’s program contains a colossal collection of contemporary and classic Progressive Rock for your careful consideration! Hear music from IO Earth, Coburg, Lazuli, Whiteside’s Daughter, Elephant9, Axios, David Gilmour, Yuka & Chronoship, Motherjane, Gentle Giant, The Bridge, Anthony Phillips, and Projekt Gemineye! Come cherish the cheer!
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?
443: Shine A Little Light
This week’s Prog-Watch is now available from the website Progwatch.com at the following link: Prog-Watch 427
Variety is on tap in this week’s episode! Hear from Uriah Heep, Ben Craven, Dreadnaught, Foreigner, Syncage, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Manfred Mann`s Earth Band, Snarky Puppy, IO Earth, Anekdoten & Rocket Scientists! Also, our friend and resident reviewer, Dr. Rob Fisher, will be enlightening us on the great new album by The Mute Gods!