Thursday brings you a new episode of one of our most popular shows on The AIR. It’s a brand-new edition of Prognosis, our guide to Progressive Rock, that you can tune in at the website, or on this nifty little player…
Thursday at 3 PM the legendary Herman Linte returns with two hours of a fantastic mix of new and classic progressive rock on Prognosis. As regular listeners of the show know, Herman has been missing in action for the last nine months or so. Your PopCulteer has filled in while Herman dealt with an astounding workload at Haversham Recording Institute in London, as something he’s kept private until this week’s show, a medical scare that forced him, on doctor’s orders, to rest his voice for a prolonged convalescence. Herman is thrilled to be back on his labor of love, and intends to stick around for the long haul now.
And he does this with a show packed with new music from Prog-Rock legends, YES, Fish, Dave Sinclair, Marillion, Dream Theater, Hawkwind and Coheed and Cambria, plus some great deep-cuts from other stalwarts of the progressive music scene.
Prognosis can be heard every Thursday at 3 PM, with replays Friday at 7 AM, Saturday at 8 AM, Tuesday at 8 PM and Wednesday at 10 PM, exclusively on The AIR.
Check out this week’s playlist for the music that will keep you moving forward…
YES (ARW) “And You And I”
Fish “Little Man, What Now”
Blackfield “End of The World”
Dave Sinclair “Home Again”
Be Bop Deluxe “Sound Track”
Dream Theater “I Walk Beside You”
Keith Emerson “The Band Keeps Playing”
Coheed and Cambria “The Dark Sentence”
Hawkwind “Down Through The Night”
Nick Mason “Prelude and Ritual”
Renaissance “Symphony of Light” (Live”
Hush “It’s All Too Much”
Stratovarious “Second Sight”
Don’t forget you can tune in an hour before Prognosis for a special replay of this week’s new episode of Radio Free Charleston, which you can read about HERE. Take a gander at this particularly swell HTML embedded schedule to see what else you can hear on The AIR all day long. When it comes to The AIR, we here at PopCult spare you neither a bell nor a whistle…