We are very happy to announce that In Continuum will be performing on Friday, 19th July 2019, during the NIGHT OF THE PROG FESTIVAL! The live line up includes Dave Kerzner along with his fellow Sound of Contact band mate Matt Dorsey with the addition of Gabriel Agudo (Steve Rothery Band, ex-Bad Dreams) on vocals, Randy McStine (SOC, The Fringe) on guitar and Marco Minnemann (Steven Wilson) on drums with special guests.
We are very happy to announce that DILEMMA will be performing on Friday, 19th July 2019, during our NIGHT OF THE PROG FESTIVAL on the Loreley, Germany.
Dutch/British melodic and progressive rock act DILEMMA disappeared from the public eye for years, until they came back with a brand new album “Random Act Of Liberation”. Their debut album, “Imbroccata”, was released way back in 1995. The only new member since their debut is Dec Burke, who joined the band for their new album after their original singer decided to leave the band. The band secretly decided to reset and start over while keep working under the same moniker. Now with a completely rewritten and newly recorded album, and with Dec Burke as their new front man, there’s no question left: DILEMMA is here to stay for the long run and ‘Random Acts Of Liberation’ paves the way for a whole new journey . DILEMMA recently toured with Sons Of Apollo during their European Tour.
After 40 years, The STEVE HILLAGE BAND will be back on stage, performing material from their first four albums. Steve Hillage will use GONG as his backing band. Their performance at Night Of The Prog will be the only festival show they will do in Europe Mainland in 2019.
Please welcome our HEADLINER on Saturday, 20th July – one of the most legendary drummers in music history with his new project: NICK MASON’s SAUCERFUL OF SECRETS Continue reading “Nick Mason’s Saucerful Of Secrets confirmed!”
Please welcome on Sunday, 21st July – one of the “hottest” bands in Prog- and Artrock Music, from Norway: OAK. Their debut album “Lighthouse” was released in 2012. OAK is back with their second album “False Memory Archive”, which, with its nods in the direction of “Lighthouse”, make it a natural continuation of their debut.
RanestRane (that means “Strange Frogs”) is an Italian progressive rock band formed in Rome in 1998. RanestRane’s most distinctive feature is its live performance: the band composes and performs original lyrics and music, blending them with short excerpts from the movie, projected in the background. The original score is almost entirely replaced by the new soundtrack. The band re-elaborates the art film, thus producing a real Rock Opera.
We are proud to have RanestRane on board next year!
Please welcome on Saturday, 20th July: Karcius! Karcius are from Montreal, Canada and were formed in 2001. They create a unique style of fusion with elements from Rock, Pop, African, Classical, Jazz and Ambiant music. The band released five albums to date and their latest one, “The Fold”, has just been released some weeks ago and surely is their most powerful album to date and a contender for the best Prog Album of 2018.
German multi-instrumentalist, singer, producer and control freak Thomas Thielen is t. He has always been famous for his enigmatic existence in the studio – but now, after 19 years of claiming it was impossible to get t on stage, he’s doing it! t will perform for the first time on the rock on Saturday, 20th July 2019 – so please welcome: t.
Please welcome on Friday, 19th July: IQ. In the beginning, they were influenced by big prog bands like Yes and Genesis, but quickly developed their own style. The band is currently working on their 11th album, due next spring. Five years after their last performance at Night Of The Prog, the band will finally return to the Loreley in 2019!
This became a tradition over the years: Watch the image-slideshow showing all bands of the 13. Night of the Prog Festival, compiled by Jaak Geebelen: https://www.nightoftheprogfestival.com/en/media_en/