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Prog-rock festival pulls fans out of the woodwork

There are 1 comment on the PittsburghLIVE.com story from Aug 23, 2008, titled Prog-rock festival pulls fans out of the woodwork. In it, PittsburghLIVE.com reports that:

Howard Levy remembers going to the Civic Arena, the Syria Mosque and the Stanley Theater in the early 1980s to see bands such as Yes, Genesis, King Crimson and their progressive-rock peers.

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zingale

Tel Aviv, Israel

#1 Oct 4, 2008
Right in time the progressive rock band Zingale is back with their new album The Bright Side. The new album is in digital format only, no plastic, no paper, just plain music.
You are most welcome to visit our new web site and enjoy our music,and we would love to hear your response.

http://www.zingale.org

Peace and Love Forever

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