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RENAISSANCE – DeLane Lea Studios 1973

April 16, 2015

Cleopatra 2015 Playing comfortably, but not safe, symphonic rockers rise from the ashes and fly high. 1973 was a special year for RENAISSANCE for it was then that the band’s classic line-up solidified, yet it also marked the first time … Continue reading

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RENAISSANCE Pledge For A Live Recording

March 23, 2015

It’s been four years since RENAISSANCE released a concert recording – limited edition 2CD/2DVD document of their 2011 tour – and, since then, some things changed. The major turn was the passing of guitarist and main composer Michael Dunford in … Continue reading

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RENAISSANCE bootlegs turn legit

January 28, 2015

During their first run, RENAISSANCE released only one concert album, 1976’s “Live at Carnegie Hall,” and though some more have been out since the late ’90s, none of those documented the band’s earlier period. This niche couldn’t stay unfilled, so collectors’ interest to bootleg recordings thrived. … Continue reading

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Interview with ANNIE HASLAM

February 15, 2013

August 2002 Russian Back in 2000, four fifths of the RENAISSANCE classic line-up – singer Annie Haslam, guitarist Michael Dunford, pianist John Tout and drummer – got together and, with help from some friends, came up with a new album, … Continue reading

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Interview with ANNIE HASLAM

February 15, 2013

October 1999 Russian – I want to begin with asking about your health. My health is very good now… Thank you for asking. – How do you manage to keep your voice in such a good form? I guess because … Continue reading

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