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RENAISSANCE: Classic Concerts To Be Released

August 9, 2016

Last year saw no less than two releases from RENAISSANCE – one  and – that were followed by the band’s recent . Soon, though no particular date was given, the archival streak is to be picked up by a DVD/3CD package “Live At The BBC” comprising concert … Continue reading

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RENAISSANCE – Academy Of Music 1974

May 4, 2015

Cleopatra 2015 Turning their cards in NYC, English art rock ensemble embrace their symphonic side to get away with opulence. It was an enchanting evening in May 1974, when FAIRPORTS with Sandy Denny at the front opened for RENAISSANCE who … Continue reading

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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 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 and maneuvering 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 – … Continue reading

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