The New Issue Of Prog Is On Sale Now
The new issue of Prog dons its sunglasses, grabs a beer and prepares for a summer season of progtastic dazzlement, kicking off with the High Voltage Festival – and it’s guest edited by Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson!
Alongside our guide to this month’s High Voltage Festival, the newest addition in the prog festival calendar, we interview every prog band on the bill including:
Caravan, interviewed by snooker loopy Steve Davis!
Curved Air’s frontwoman Sonja Kristina, interviewed by Rise Above/Cathedral mainman Lee Dorrian.
Prog’s biggest ever roundtable as Jon Lees’ Barclay James Harvest, Anathema, Mostly Autumn and Amplifier collide at Prog Towers – and contribute to our renaissance-inspired cover masterpiece!
We also bring you:
Ian Anderson’s editor’s message, hotly-tipped new band and reissue review picks.
Chris Squire and Trevor Horn present the new Yes album Fly From Here.
Jan Akkerman discusses the major event of Minor Details.
Jon Anderson on how every day counts in Survival And Other Stories.
Dave Greenslade keys in with tales of Colosseum, Count Basie and new Roots.
New bands Cryptex, Moonwagon, Wobbler and the Ian Anderson-approved Dogma.
The Prog eye view of that reunion at Roger Waters’ O2 Wall show as well as Rush, Pendragon, Tangerine Dream, Von Hertzen Brothers and more on tour.
Plus our essential guide to prog festivals, tours and releases in the coming summery months. Yes, we said summer (puts away umbrella and wellies).
Did we say there’s a free nine-track CD, too? With an exclusive Big Big Train track? And a bumper 19-page review section featuring Yes, CCLR, Mostly Autumn, Carl Palmer, Andy Sears, Queensryche, Devin Townsend, John Wetton, Marillion, The Flower Kings and more?
We don’t half spoil you…
The new issue of Classic Rock Presents Prog – out now!
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