Tag Archives: Steve Hackett

DAVE KERZNER – Static

January 17, 2018

Dave Kerzner 2017 Sociopolitical commentary on a white noise in the hour of darkness – for those addicted to distraction yet willing to break free. Outside “The Wall” and few other albums, progressive rock rarely concerns itself with all things … Continue reading

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DJABE & STEVE HACKETT – Life Is A Journey

January 11, 2018

Esoteric Antenna 2017 Basking in the sun and seeping a sea air, international team gets the best of un-expectancy. Gone are the days when was a guest of this Hungarian ensemble; the Englishman’s guitar has long become an integral fiber … Continue reading

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JOHN HACKETT BAND – We Are Not Alone

September 26, 2017

Esoteric Antenna 2017 Moving away from classical tapestries, acclaimed art-rock acolyte outlines collective vision. is one of a few artists who perennially retain the ability to surprise their listener while staying within a stylistically traditional paradigm. Being perceived as a … Continue reading

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Steve Hackett And DJABE: Unexpected Trip

August 28, 2017

There’s a unique rapport between  and DJABE, the Hungarian band incorporating the British guitarist for years in a way which goes beyond those collaborations where have guests send in their parts rather than actually playing together. Attila Égerházi’s ensemble and … Continue reading

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STEVE HACKETT & DJABE – Summer Storms & Rocking Rivers

April 13, 2017

Gramy 2013 / Esoteric 2017 Freedom that knows no border: two musical institutions take a trip into the uknown and report from the road. DJABE should be considered a national treasure in Hungary, but global community noticed the band after … Continue reading

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