Nad Sylvan performing with Steve Hackett during the Genesis Revisited Tour. Background information. In January 2018, Steve Hackett released his fourth live album with Nad Sylvan as vocalist, recorded at the Birmingham Symphony Hall. Much appreciated and requested, Nad took part in many other projects with bands and artists in the Prog world. At primary school, he sat by the piano at every opportunity and played the classroom’s harmonium, discovering the cross hand technique and performing songs and melodies with the dream to one day record his own music and send it to Jimi Hendrix. During the years to 2018, Genesis Revisited toured the US several times, performed extensively in South America, Europe and the UK and also appeared in Australia and New Zealand as well as participating in numerous Prog festivals and the Cruise to the Edge.
Yes at The Pacifica Theater – Photo by Joel Barrios, Norrsken Photography. Elsewhere, plenty of collaborations did indeed occur. Dave Kerzner’s crack band were joined at times by Steve Hackett, Geoff Downes and Harry Waters, as well as Cruise stowaways Randy McStine, Gabriel Agudo, Jamison Smeltz and John Wesley, for some of the most engaging sets on the ship, including a full-blown Pink Floyd tribute. Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy power trio had surprise guest Neal Morse sing Lucky Man, while Neal’s own show featured a few songs with bandmates from his other projects as special guests.
Jon Davison: Vocals, guitar Steve Howe: Guitar Billy Sherwood: Bass, vocals Geoff Downes: Keyboards, vocals Jay Schellen: Drums Alan White: Drums (encore songs only) Tony Kaye: Keyboards (encore songs only). Steve Hackett 2017-02-10 Cruise To The Edge FLAC/AUD (Lostbrook Source). Lossless Audio Bootlegs.
Cruise to the Edge Timeline. 2018 marks the 7th festival (9 total). Incorrect? Cruise to the Edge 2013. Cruise to the Edge 2014. Cruise to the Edge 2015. Cruise to the Edge Pre-Cruise Party 2017. Cruise to the Edge 2017. Cruise to the Edge Pre-Cruise Party 2018. Cruise to the Edge 2018. Cruise to the Edge Pre-Cruise Party 2019. Cruise to the Edge 2019. View all Cruise to the Edge setlists. Lauren Ruth Ward Brings Album "Well, Hell" and Five New Singles on Tour. Tagged: Lauren Ruth Ward.
Steve Hackett Wuthering Nights Live in Birmingham Latest Live DVD. 'Broken Skies - Outspread Wings (1984 - 2006) 6CD, 2DVD Box Set. Wuthering Nights Live in Birmingham DVD Official trailer.
Tickets for the Cruise to the Edge 2018 festival are now on sale; Sons of Apollo, Baraka, Casey McPherson, Saga, and Eric Gillette are added to the line-up. The cruise will be hosted by UK journalist and preeminent YES expert, Jon Kirkman. Beyond the sun, fun and exquisite dining, there will be artist/cruiser photo experiences, Q&A sessions, special theme nights and other events designed to optimize the artist/fan experience. Combined with some of the best food and service afloat, Cruise to the Edge is truly the greatest prog-rock show on earth and is a can’t-miss event for prog enthusiasts throughout the world.
Wednesday begins with my interrupting Steve Howe’s breakfast. It’s not intentional. I see he’s eating with Yes bassist Billy Sherwood, and since we’re in somewhat of a remote corner, I figure I can slide him my Drama vinyl sleeve for a quick signature, shake his hand, and then let him carry on with his day. He’s a good sport. He adds his John Hancock to the cover. Violinist David Ragsdale tells me it’s this album that increased his drive in wanting to join the band. Realizing the album lacked its trademark violins, Ragsdale recorded his own violin parts over parts of the album and sent the cassette to Ehart, which got the ball rolling. (Power’s) still very Kansas, he adds. Hackett turns the singing of Genesis classics (and there were some great classics showcased here) to his live staple Nat Silven.
Cruise To The Edge Late Night Live returns, where fans can showcase their own musical talent in four different performance scenarios. Cruise To The Edge: Prog reports back from the high seas
Cruise to the Edge featuring Yes, sailing February 3 - 8, 2018 from Tampa, Florida with a Concert, Pre-cruise party on February 2nd! . Back in 2013, Sound of Contact released the great album Dimensionaut, a great concept album that introduced many in the prog world to Simon Collins and Dave Kerzner. After a very short time, the band disbanded. However, they have since regrouped and have been working on a new album. Now you can catch them on the upcoming Cruise to the Edge. Dave Kerzner is also performing with his solo group on the ship as well.
|1-1||Please Don't Touch|
|1-3||Shadow Of The Heiropahnt|
|1-4||When The Heart Rules The Mind|
|1-5||One For The Vine|
|1-6||Firth Of Fifth|
|2-2||The Musical Box|
|2-3||Fauntain Of Salmacis|