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  • Grateful Dead kick off Fare Thee Well tour

    Grateful Dead kick off Fare Thee Well tour

    By Lisa Leff Associated Press SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The songs still ran long. To the uninitiated, the communal rituals of the faithful fans probably looked strange. Was it trippy? Well, this was a Grateful Dead show, after all, the first in a handful over the next week that are said to be the last. The four surviving members of the Dead, joined by a trio of well-versed companions, launched their Fare Thee Well mini-tour Saturday night in Northern California, […]

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  • Yes bassist Chris Squire dies at age 67

    Yes bassist Chris Squire dies at age 67

    By Mesfin Fekadu Associated Press NEW YORK — Chris Squire, the bassist and co-founder of the progressive rock band Yes who recently announced he had leukemia, has died, according to a statement from his band members on Sunday. He was 67. The band posted a statement on its Facebook page saying Squire “peacefully passed away” Saturday in Phoenix, where he lived. No further details about the death were provided. Squire announced last month that he had acute erythroid leukemia, a […]

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  • Eminence Ensemble perform ‘Queen Bee’

    Eminence Ensemble perform ‘Queen Bee’

    Eminence Ensemble perform “Queen Bee” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The term “prog rock” became almost an epithet after the post-Zappa excesses of the 1980s, when the misguided pursued intricacy for its own sake and soul was squeezed out of the musical fabric. Prog-rock bands never went away, just as liberals never went away in the 2000s. They were just avoiding a label that had accrued regrettable connotations. But the term has been reclaimed by […]

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  • Second Story Garage: Eminence Ensemble

    Second Story Garage: Eminence Ensemble

    Eminence Ensemble perform “Here’s Your Sine” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The term “prog rock” became almost an epithet after the post-Zappa excesses of the 1980s, when the misguided pursued intricacy for its own sake and soul was squeezed out of the musical fabric. Prog-rock bands never went away, just as liberals never went away in the 2000s. They were just avoiding a label that had accrued regrettable connotations. But the term has been reclaimed […]

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  • Eminence Ensemble perform ‘Mouse Hunt’

    Eminence Ensemble perform ‘Mouse Hunt’

    Eminence Ensemble perform “Mouse Hunt” at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The term “prog rock” became almost an epithet after the post-Zappa excesses of the 1980s, when the misguided pursued intricacy for its own sake and soul was squeezed out of the musical fabric. Prog-rock bands never went away, just as liberals never went away in the 2000s. They were just avoiding a label that had accrued regrettable connotations. But the term has been reclaimed by […]

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  • Eminence Ensemble chat with Quentin Young

    Eminence Ensemble chat with Quentin Young

    Eminence Ensemble sit down for an interview with Quentin at Second Story Garage music video studio in Boulder, Colorado. The term “prog rock” became almost an epithet after the post-Zappa excesses of the 1980s, when the misguided pursued intricacy for its own sake and soul was squeezed out of the musical fabric. Prog-rock bands never went away, just as liberals never went away in the 2000s. They were just avoiding a label that had accrued regrettable connotations. But the term […]

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