News on Progressive-Rock continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
5 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
Pioneering progressive-rock act Yes is bringing its mammoth triple-header live show to the Pantages Playhouse on March 26. The iconic British band will be performing three of its classic albums -- 1971's The Yes Album, 1972's Close to the Edge and 1977's Going for the One -- in their entirety.
How much do you know about Islam?
Should prostitution be legalized?
British rock band Yes will perform three of its albums in their entirety when it plays Winnipeg.
Today is the last day the voting public can make their selections for who they think should be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and in the last days of its campaign, Washington's Voices for Yes , a bipartisan group formed to help get Yes into the hall, has been pushing hard to get the word out.
According to a news update posted Dec. 10 on the band's Facebook official website, the legendary British prog-rockers will journey to the Great White North for a 10-city cross-Canada trek in March.
Classic 1970s rock band Yes will be playing three of its albums at a March 23, 2014, show at the Jube.
Yes, they've been around since the late '60s, and Yes, the lineup has changed so many times your head will spin.
As I mentioned in my last column, it is Christmas time and of course we always search for something special for someone we know or in fact may actually love.
When this came out, it was an album I greatly anticipated. I've been a fan of Pentwater since their first incarnation in the 1970s.
Comedian David Cross has been in all sorts of staple entertainment from his revered turn as Tobias Funke in "Arrested Development" to small appearances in films like Men in Black, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and unfortunately Alvin and the Chipmunks .
The first man to swim the length of Britain has shaved off the beard he grew to protect his face against jellyfish stings.
For 18 years the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has said 'no' to the progressive rock band Yes.
In 1967, 16-year-old Jeff Hyman of Queens, New York was nearly a decade away from inventing punk rock as Joey Ramone .
Living up to a reputation as the "Mozart of Guitar" has taken award winning French-Algerian musician Pierre Bensusan on an uncompromising journey across the globe.
This week's column concentrates on a few mostly independent releases before I start finalizing the upcoming dose of 2013 highlights.