Tag Archives: John Hackett

DUNCAN PARSONS – I’m Here, All Weak

December 15, 2023

Duncan Parsons 2023 Sheffield polymath takes stock of his last decade’s meandering between styles to reveal a secret path to its flaming method. Being simultaneously self-effacing and assertive is an art that Duncan Parsons mastered well enough to add humor … Continue reading

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BEATRIX PLAYERS – Living & Alive

November 5, 2023

Beatrix Players 2023 Enchanting English group are back to find grandeur in the everyday grasping of empirical delights. With three graces on its cover, “Magnified” – a debut album by the London ensemble whose very name would suggest a combination … Continue reading

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The Hackett Brothers Join David Jackson’s Latest Project

October 11, 2023

Unlike many of his progressive rock peers, David Jackson has never lost a penchant for experimentation, and when Italian organist Marco Lo Muscio invited the legendary sax player to work on acoustic readings of the twentieth century classics spanning symphonic, … Continue reading

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Amanda Lehmann Releases A Yuletide-Theme Single

November 14, 2022

Progressive rock doesn’t have the most solid relationship with Christmas, ‘s seasonal classic “I Believe In Father Christmas” serving as an exception to the rule – simply because the forward-facing musical genre fails to concentrate on something as transient as … Continue reading

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Duncan Parsons Calls Friends To Explore Heaven And Earth

October 5, 2022

While his position as a drummer of BAND and a bassist for Joanne Harris’ #STORYTIME BAND, Duncan Parsons‘ creative streak may seem to be determinedly rhythm-driven, yet the Sheffield-based musician’s outlook is much wider than any groove-focused perspective should suggest. … Continue reading

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