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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 TERRY SULLIVAN

March 5, 2013

November 2005 Playing with the band manoeuvring with orchestras while maintaining the rock feel must be hard for a drummer. Not hard though sometimes heavy, maintains Terence Sullivan who sat behind the RENAISSANCE drum kit in their classic – and … Continue reading

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