[Neo Era Prog #9] Big Big Train

Big Big Train is an English Progressive Rock band, formed in Bournemouth in the 1980s. The origins date back to…

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[Neo Era Prog #10] Haken

Haken was born in the UK in 2007 from an idea of ​​To-Mera keyboardist Richard Henshall, together with two friends…

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[Neo Era Prog #14] Abel Ganz

Abel Ganz is a Scottish Neo Prog band, formed in 1980 from an idea by keyboardist Hew Montgomery and multi-instrumentalist…

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[Neo Era Prog #13] Tusmørke

Tusmørke It’s a Norwegian band, born in Skien in 1994. Project born in a moment of great ferment for the…

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[Neo Era Prog #12] Pallas

The band’s history began in 1976 with the name “Rainbow,” modified for a matter of homonymy with Richie Blackmore‘s band…

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[Neo Era Prog #11] Nuova Era

Nuova Era was born in Florence in 1985 from an idea of the keyboardist and composer Walter Pini. The first…

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[Neo Era Prog #8] Galahad

Galahad are formed in Dorest, UK in 1985 and at that time the lineup consisted of Paddy O’Callaghan (Drums) MikeHooker…

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[Neo Era Prog #7] Psychedelic Ensemble

Over 30 years of experience in the musical field for this artist shrouded in mystery, The Psychedelic Ensemble is his…

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[Neo Era Prog #6] Mostly Autumn

Mostly Autumn was formed in England in 1995, the band included some members from One Stoned Snowman, a tribute band…

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[Neo Era Prog #5] Seven Steps To The Green Door

Seven Steps To The Green Door formed in 2004 at the behest of saxophonist and keyboardist Mark Arnold (Toxic Smile,…

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