Tag Archives: Steve Hackett

Tributes To YES and Chris Squire Are Ready For Release

September 22, 2018

This year marks the 50th anniversary of YES but, sadly, the ensemble’s stalwart didn’t live to celebrate it, having passed away in 2015. Both the band and the man deserve paying homage to, and although the collective have seen a … Continue reading

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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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