Exclusive Mark Wilkinson Cover For New Prog Issue
The latest issue of Classic Rock Presents Prog goes on sale tomorrow (Wednesday, January 27) featuring an exclusive front cover designed by artist Mark Wilkinson.
Williamson’s work has adorned album sleeves by Marillion, Fish, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden and Europe, to name but a few.
…And Marillion themselves feature on the front cover of the wallet of the new issue too.
There’s an overall arty feel to the latest issue, with Marillion, Muse, Jethro Tull and Curved Air among the bands discussing the ways in which ‘prog art’ has changed over the years.
Of course, such an issue couldn’t be discussed without input from Roger Dean and Storm Thorgerson.
And we unveil the winner of our art competition, the winner of which finds their work adorning the cover of this issue’s free CD.
We also unveil the winners of the 2009 Readers’ Poll, there’s the Critics’ Choice Albums Of the Year – and there are exclusive interviews with Todd Rundgren, Transatlantic, The Pineapple Thief, Big Big Train, Magenta, Karnivool, Ex Libras and Yak, as well as the final ever interview with the late Eric Woolfson of the Alan Parsons Project.
Issue six of Classic Rock Presents Prog is on sale from Wednesday, January 25.
You can join Editor Jerry Ewing and writer Philip Wilding on TotalRock (www.totalrock.com) tomorrow between 12 noon and 3pm GMT, discussing the magazine and playing three hours of quality progressive rock.
Marillion feature on the front cover of the wallet of the new issue of Prog.
Inside the wallet: feast your eyes on Mark Wilkinson’s exclusive cover.
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