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Rock Cellar Magazine | ‘A Prog Rock Christmas,’ Produced by Billy Sherwood of Yes, a Holiday Treat for Everyone (Listen)
November 21, 2019
‘A Prog Rock Christmas,’ Produced by Billy Sherwood of Yes, a Holiday Treat for Everyone (Listen)

Earlier this month, a special holiday album targeting a specific faction of rock music fans was released. No, not the new one from Judas Priest singer Rob Halford, though Celestial...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Out Now: Stream ‘Love Is,’ the New Solo Album from Prog-Rock Guitar Icon Steve Howe (and Read a New Interview)
July 31, 2020
Out Now: Stream ‘Love Is,’ the New Solo Album from Prog-Rock Guitar Icon Steve Howe (and Read a New Interview)

Legendary guitarist Steve Howe, known for his work over the years with the prog-rock band Yes, is back with a new solo album. Love Is, released on Friday, is a...

Rock Cellar Magazine | This Prog-Rock Cover of Post Malone’s ‘Circles’ from Hawkestrel, Todd Rundgren and L. Shankar is a Trip (Listen)
December 2, 2019
This Prog-Rock Cover of Post Malone’s ‘Circles’ from Hawkestrel, Todd Rundgren and L. Shankar is a Trip (Listen)

Hawkestrel, a prog-rock supergroup of sorts involving members of seminal band Hawkwind, recently premiered an intriguing cover of “Circles,” originally released by mega-rapper Post Malone earlier this year. The reinterpretation...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Sturgill Simpson’s New Album ‘Sound & Fury’ is a Futuristic, Prog/Blues-Rock Steampunk Space Epic with an Accompanying Anime Film (Watch/Listen)
September 27, 2019
Sturgill Simpson’s New Album ‘Sound & Fury’ is a Futuristic, Prog/Blues-Rock Steampunk Space Epic with an Accompanying Anime Film (Watch/Listen)

When Sturgill Simpson dropped a new song and music video titled “Sing Along” in late August, there’s no way his fans were ready for what they heard and saw. Simpson,...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Cancels Live 2020 Induction Ceremony Due to COVID-19, HBO Special in Place for 11/7
July 8, 2020
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Cancels Live 2020 Induction Ceremony Due to COVID-19, HBO Special in Place for 11/7

There will be no live Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction event for the Class of 2020, it was announced by the Hall on Wednesday, one of the latest...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Q&A: Shirley King, Daughter of B.B. King, Joins Rock and Blues Icons on New Album ‘Blues for a King’
June 19, 2020
Q&A: Shirley King, Daughter of B.B. King, Joins Rock and Blues Icons on New Album ‘Blues for a King’

B.B. King, who passed away in 2015, earned the title “The King of the Blues” over more than 6 decades as a guitarist and singer. But being the eldest of...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Christopher Cross ‘Well Over COVID-19,’ Issues Progress Update Recovering from Guillain-Barre Syndrome in Update to Fans
June 10, 2020
Christopher Cross ‘Well Over COVID-19,’ Issues Progress Update Recovering from Guillain-Barre Syndrome in Update to Fans

The past few weeks have seen significant health hurdles overcome by singer Christopher Cross. First, the “Sailing” singer was stricken with a case of coronavirus in early April, which sprang...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Q&A: Marc LaBelle of Dirty Honey, the Unsigned Band That Climbed to the Top of the Billboard Rock Charts
June 10, 2020
Q&A: Marc LaBelle of Dirty Honey, the Unsigned Band That Climbed to the Top of the Billboard Rock Charts

There has been a recurring narrative in recent years of emerging bands swooping down to save the soul of rock and roll.  All too often, though, many of these bands...

Rock Cellar Magazine | Blues Guitarist Joe Bonamassa Supporting Touring Musicians Affected by COVID-19 with Fueling Musicians Program (and You Can Contribute)
May 21, 2020
Blues Guitarist Joe Bonamassa Supporting Touring Musicians Affected by COVID-19 with Fueling Musicians Program (and You Can Contribute)

The realities of the COVID-19 pandemic have left those in the music industry without work for an indeterminate amount of time. Recent weeks have seen independent venues form a coalition...

Rock Cellar Magazine | There’s a Treasure Trove of Vintage, Early 1980s-Era MTV Programming Available Online Right Now
May 6, 2020
There’s a Treasure Trove of Vintage, Early 1980s-Era MTV Programming Available Online Right Now

August 1, 1981 was an important date in history. It was the day MTV made its debut, when the concept of something called “Music Television” sounded fresh, innovative and groundbreaking....