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Important Progressive Rock Sites
 

Progarchives
Fantastic resource covering all aspects of the progressive rock genres. Updated daily and wonderful news source.

The Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock
Truly one of the great reference sites for those looking for obscure albums...the site offers reviews and MANY different opinions...just a wealth of knowledge...

Ghostland
Our former webhost...

Aural Innovations
The Global Resource For Space Rock Exploration.

 

Review Sites And E-Zines
Gnosis
A panel of music lovers weigh in on progressive rock's greatest, rarest, and diverse historical releases

Prognaut
A great resource for album reviews and Progressive Rock Interviews

Internet Radio Stations And Programs

 

Aural Moon
The net's Progressive Rock Garden...features many shows and uninterrupted hours of great music...includes forums and is updated regularly...and our sister station on Saturday nights...

InterzoneThe InterZone Tuesdays, 8-11pm ET, Replays Wednesdays 2-5pm ET
Hosted by Cozy.  Interzone represents the gray continuum between supposedly established black and white musical genres. The show will explore music of various "shades of gray", focusing on jazz-rock, the avant-garde, rock, and jazz, hoping to blur the lines between musical styles. So don't spend too much time thinking of music in black and white. Crossover to the Interzone.  Talk to Cozy about the show in the InterZone Forum.

 

Progressive Shores  Progressive Shores on Aural Moon live Thursdays, 9pm-11pm ET...Hosted by Sean McFee. For many people, progressive rock is only about England in the 1970s. But the progressive mindset spans all parts of the globe, with many cultures offering their own take on the progressive rock ideas and philosophy. Progressive Shores is a show dedicated to touring the world and unearthing some of this music. From the 70s to the present day, from styles that closely resemble progressive to those that share only a forward-looking aesthetic, each week we'll will focus on something different, in order to share new ways of looking at music with the progressive-minded.

Progrock Diner
Hosted by Debbie Sears, another excellent disc jockey and fellow East Coaster...

Planet Prog
Hosted by the great Mark Krueger, this program is long running, legendary, and  is based out of Milwaukee, WI

 

Forums and Newsgroups

Progressive Music Society
A very active, respectful and friendly community who share a love of New & Old music that is Progressive in nature. Prog, Prog-Folk, Prog- Metal, Jazz, Fusion, Space-Rock, RIO, Canterbury, Electronic, New Age, Zeuhl, even Classic Rock and just about any other esoteric form of music all have a voice here. From the novice to the expert, all opinions are welcomed and encouraged. 

e-Prog
e-Prog is devoted to Progressive Rock that highlights keyboards such as synthesizers, piano, Moog, Mellotron, Hammond and others. The goal is to enhance the listening experience by providing a forum to discuss bands, albums, concerts, news and equipment. It is geared towards fans, artists, producers, promoters and distributors... worldwide we have members from 34 countries. The acts likely to be discussed are such classics as Pink Floyd, King Crimson, Genesis, ELP, Yes, PFM, Triumvirat, Goblin, Metamorfosi, Renaissance, Wakeman and Emerson as well as newer groups such as Solaris, Spock's Beard, Ars Nova, Glass Hammer, Quaterna Requiem, Tempus Fugit, After Crying, Pr Lindh Project, Gerard, Romantic Warriors, Niacin and Redjy Emond. There is a companion website at http://www.e-prog.net which archives pertinent dialog from the list's postings. The website also has prog-related links, books, magazines, festivals, radio, top albums and prog-reviews. 

New Ears
A not-for-profit organization of progressive music lovers. The primary goal of NewEARS is to create a community of music enthusiasts dedicated to sharing and promoting progressive rock in the New England area.

Melo's Prog Bazaar
A forum for progressive rock news, reviews, bands, and the ProGGnosis web site.

Progressive Ears
Very user friendly progressive rock discussion and chat site and wonderful insights on old and new music

Fusenet
The online newsgroup for the Fusion enthusiast

Organissimo
The best jazz discussion forum on the web!

 

Concerts And Festivals

Nearfest
The world's one time most prestigious progressive rock annual event.

Progday
ProgDay is a two day outdoor music festival of international progressive rock and is the longest running progressive rock event in the world

Rosfest
Rites OF Spring Festival is a two-day indoor event held in the springtime in the month of April, Celebrating the best in progressive rock. 

Baja Prog
Baja Prog Art Rock Fest, El festival de rock progresivo ms grande del mundo. The largest Progressive Rock Festival of the world.

NJ Proghouse
The NJProghouse. One of the premier progressive music series in the USA.

Pollstar
THE database for those looking for shows to go out and see. This database covers the entire music scene, and is used for The Philadelphia Progressive Rock Concert Update

Foundations and Networks

Bob Moog Foundation
The great Robert Moog....

Indie Financial Network
The highly recommended  Indie Financial Network is a New York based company that assists in all areas of the music industry. 

The Community Musician
Community Musician provides CD duplication and replication, DVD manufactoring for audio and data projects..

Vendors

The Laser's Edge
The online super store for progressive rock, fusion, and especially progressive metal...also features 3 in-house labels: Laser's Edge - Progressive/Symphonic Rock, Sensory - Progressive Metal, Free Electric Sound - Fusion/Experimental Live

Wayside Music
If it's avant garde fusion and experimental music you're looking for and you can't find in your local record store, this is the site to visit...also home to in-house label Cuneiform

Various Links & Personal Favorites

Sky And Telescope Magazine
Our good friends who supply us the weekly Stargazer's Handbook which used to be featured at midnight for many years on our program.

Roadhouse Radio  Roger was the co-host of the WBZC staple from 6pm to 10pm on Saturday nights titled Roadhouse Radio. He has been our assistant for interviews with many of the artists who have joined us. He has been in some classic interviews with Percy Jones and Djam Karet. 

The Philadelphia Eagles Go Birds

 

The Philadelphia Phillies Winners of two World Series in 136 years

The Philadelphia A's Historical Society The Philadelphia A's Historical Society

The Philadelphia Flyers The Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia 76ers   The Philadelphia 76ers

The Philadelphia Soul   The Philadelphia Soul (Arena Football)

Butch's BBQ Back in the early days of WBZC, we did many outings and promotional events in the local area of Burlington County...Butch's was a one time rib joint/Sports Bar that was a meeting point for us...Butch's would later close down, but his BBQ lives on...

The Animal Rescue Site The Animal Rescue Site

The Music Hour For those who love old time radio, and the Doo-wop classics...tune in to Destination Doo-wop on Thursdays and Saturdays for Chuck Gagliardi's Music Hour.  Chuck Gagliardi is my Uncle, and my radio idol...he  plays a variety of great oldies music from the 50's and early 60's.. Chuck is a Philly DJ mainstay.  He began his broadcasting career in 1970, at WSSJ, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, hosting a Saturday morning music program. Later that year, Chuck moved to WFIL, Philadelphia's then Number One rated radio station, as a summer driver and on-air traffic reporter for WFIL's famed Prize Patrol, and as an afternoon air talent for WCHE, West Chester, Pennsylvania. For several years, Chuck hosted Saturday oldies shows at WSSJ, formerly WCAM, Camden, New Jersey, and at WPGR, Philadelphia. He also has produced, directed, and hosted cable television shows in Philadelphia from 1975 through 1999 and has appeared on air for WHYY, Channel 12, Philadelphia's public television station. He currently works part-time for Comcast Digital Cable in Philadelphia and is a proud member of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia, a group that includes some of the most renown names in Philadelphia radio and television history. 

Bonnie J DesignsThe Jacob's family has made great WBZC collectable prints over the years...visit Bonnie J Designs

http://phillyart.net/ronjohnson/ Philadelphia painter Ron Johnson is making headways as one of today's premiere artists. I am flattered and honored to know him and his work. It is timeless and unforgettable.