Flying Colors Share New Music Video For “The Loss Inside”

Prog Rock supergroup Flying Colors have shared a new video for their song ‘The Loss Inside’, which you can watch below! Their new album Third Degree on 4th of October. The group includes progressive rock and metal stars such as Steve Morse, Casey McPherson, Neal Morse, Dave LaRue, and Mike Portnoy. Continue reading

Flying Colors Release New Single and Video, New Album Due This Fall

Progressive Rock supergroup Flying Colors (Steve Morse, Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Dave LaRue, Casey McPherson) have announced their new album Third Degree will arrive October 4th via Mascot Label Group. To kick off the album cycle, the band have released a new single and video for the track More which you can watch below! Pre-orders are also live at the link in this post. Continue reading

The Dixie Dregs Live At The Vic Theatre

 

 

The Dixie Dregs invaded Chicago for a show to end all shows! A tour to end all tours! A reunion to end all reunions! A masterpiece of Prog power to end all PROG power… You see where I’m going with this…. Yes, the Dixie Dregs (The Dregs) have come together with an original lineup to bring us back to the classic glory days of real progressive rock music. The Dregs consisting of Steve Morse (guitar), Rod Morgenstein (drums), Andy West (bass), Allen Sloan, M.D. (violin) and Steve Davidowski (keyboards) embarked on a 2 part, 36 city “DAWN OF THE DREGS” 40th anniversary reunion tour, with the 1st leg ending in Chicago to a sold-out Vic Theatre crowd. A reunion of this caliber hasn’t been heard in over 40 years. Continue reading

Deep Purple – InFinite

With nearly 50 years on the clock and a currently ongoing tour entitled ‘The Long Goodbye Tour’, it is looking like Deep Purple will finally be calling time on their long and illustrious career. Alongside this, they have released their twentieth album InFinite (earMUSIC), made like its predecessor Now What?! in Nashville under the watchful eye of iconic producer Bob Ezrin (who has also worked with Alice Cooper, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith and Kiss). If this does end up being their last record, will it be a swansong befitting their stature? Continue reading