Re-Broadcast: The Really Big Prog Show

While we are busy working away stitching together the final bits and pieces of our upcoming new show called the “Women of Classic Prog,” we thought it would be a great time to pull out another one of our favorite past broadcasts, aptly entitled “The Really Big Prog Show.”   And big it certainly is, crammed full of … Read moreRe-Broadcast: The Really Big Prog Show

The Shredders Show

Okay, batten down the hatches, it’s time for the Irrelevant Rock & Roll & Music Show’s very special Second Edition of the All Prog Summer. I can’t think of a better way to kick off the festivities than to feature a segment entirely dedicated to that rare breed known as “shredders.” Yes, those guitar wizards … Read moreThe Shredders Show

The International Record Store Day Show, Part 2

Okay it’s finally here, the 2nd part of the extended long playing record show 2012 edition, in which hosts J Hoskins and John Howarth continue spinning out the tunes from Yes, Ryan Adams and former Sharks and Baker Gurtvitz Army vocalist, Snips.  They also take a moment to give out some props to Toronto’s Sunrise … Read moreThe International Record Store Day Show, Part 2

The Branches of Genesis – Anthony Phillips & Steve Hackett, Part 2

J. Hoskins & guest host, Christopher Rutty (aka “Dr Prog”), continue their unique in-depth examination of the solo careers of ex-Genesis guitarists, Anthony Phillips and Steve Hackett.  The show picks up their parallel musical paths in the mid-1990s and traces their extensive studio album output to the present, closing the loop when Ant played on … Read moreThe Branches of Genesis – Anthony Phillips & Steve Hackett, Part 2

Rebroadcast: “Another Really Big Prog Show”

This week we are rebroadcasting “Another Big Prog Show” with a little new, a little old, and a bit retro.  It was originally broadcast in March 2010. Stay tuned for the Branches of Genesis Part 2 coming in the next week or two! Until then this show features Big Big Train, Frost, Abigail’s Ghost and … Read moreRebroadcast: “Another Really Big Prog Show”