Prog 2010 book now available!

Prog 2010 bookProgressive rock fell out of favor with the mainstream audience decades ago, but the genre has managed to thrive and survive in the rock music underground, picking up steam in recent years and appealing to an entire generation of young new fans searching for honest music.

Prog 2010 covers a “A Decade of Progressive Rock & Metal 2001-2010” and features hundreds of album reviews and artist interviews with some of the best and the brightest prog talents from the first decade of the new progressive century. Among the artists interviewed, you’ll find Steve Hackett, Steve Babb (Glass Hammer), Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), Devon Townsend, Neal Morse, and many more, as well as reviews of over 100 CDs, essays, and a list of “essential prog-rock recordings.”

Authors Tommy Hash and Rev. Keith A. Gordon have been covering prog rock for years in spite of the ridicule of prog non-believers.

The “Hashman” has been preaching the gospel of underground music through various print magazines and online for better than a decade, including notable prog website and Melodic Rock music zine. Rev. Keith A. Gordon is an award-winning rock critic and music journalist with four decades experience walking the pop culture beat.

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About Rev. Keith A. Gordon

Rev. Keith A. Gordon is an award-winning music journalist, a technology writer, poet, prophet, photographer, and admitted computer geek. His words have appeared in over 100 publications worldwide, the "Reverend of Rock 'n' Roll" writing about such topics as music (classic rock, blues, heavy metal); technology (computers, electronics); the media; and politics.
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