Alan “The Krazz” Kraslow

  THE KRAZZLOFT VINYL SHOW “Preserving Vinyl, One Spin At A Time” The KrazzLoft Vinyl Show is always an interesting vinyl journey.  Alan “Krazz” Kraslow is a veteran of San Diego radio, and spent more than 10 years on the air during the 70’s and 80’s, perfecting his segue art in a freeform radio environment […]

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Angus The Robot DJ

Now the station has its shiny new server, Ziggy has retired and moved back to Albania to set up a butterfly farm*. Therefore, we would like to introduce you all to Angus, our new robot DJ! Angus will fill the gaps between shows with the choicest cuts and fine examples from the world of Progressive […]

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Anthony Rowsick

Anthony Rowsick (aka the Progsquatch) has been a fan of Progressive Rock for roughly 35 years. When the last of his four children moved out a few years ago he suddenly found himself with some things he had been lacking for many years – extra room in the house, spare time, and spare money! So […]

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Brian ‘Ocelöt’ Watsön

Brian recently retired from the Police after over 22 years. He is a former writer for DPRP and contributes to Progarchy. A Summer’s End stalwart he is one of the few people to have attended all 10 festivals. Which makes him feel old. He spent 6 months in the USA in 2002 on a Fulbright […]

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Cliff ‘Progzilla’ Pearson

Hi! I’m Cliff Pearson and yes, that really is my face! B-> I’ve has been a musician, broadcaster and DJ for most of my adult life and have been a prog fan since I was knee high to Jon Anderson! After setting up Progzilla as a monthly podcast in 2009, I changed the format to […]

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Dave Watkins

I live here in Frome, Somerset (pronounced ‘Froom’ for some reason!), which is a small town not far from Bath. It is very artistic and has several musicians living here from various genres and is apparently one of the coolest places to live in the UK at the minute. Not sure if that is down […]

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Ed Wilkins

Ed Wilkins Profile coming soon…

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Graham Harfleet

I have been a Progressive Rock fan since the early 1970s, with a particular fondness for artists such as Peter Hammill/Van Der Graaf Generator, Yes, ELP, Jethro Tull, Todd Rundgren/Utopia, Genesis, Pat Metheny, Renaissance, Triumvirat, Camel, Barclay James Harvest, Pink Floyd, Rush, Supertramp, Focus, Vangelis, The Enid, Steve Hackett, Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream, along […]

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Ian Fairholm

Ian Fairholm Profile coming soon…

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Jim Lawson

Born back in the mists of time when dinosaurs roamed the Earth…well, the year that Sir Edmund Hilary climbed Mt Everest, the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and when Watson and Crick unravelled the structure of DNA, The Ancient One truly lives up to his name. After spending 33 years in teaching, the last 25 […]

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Joel Horwitz

Coming soon…

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John Mander

As a DJ who specialises in progressive music, I’m always on the hunt for new and exciting sounds to share with my listeners. My name is DJ John M, and I host a radio show where I play a wide range of progressive music. Whether I’m introducing listeners to up-and-coming bands, showcasing new music by […]

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John Simms

John Simms – The Sky Pilot I’ve been listening to Prog, along with Classic Rock, since I was in my teens, when it was in its heyday and when it was known as ‘good music’, or ‘not disco’! The first album I ever bought was Dark Side of the Moon, though I soon developed a […]

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Mark St. John

Born on April 17th and therefore an Aries, in England’s ‘Garden of England,’ Kent. Mark’s singular claim to fame is that, whilst working in Aberdeen in 1990, he bought Karaoke to Scotland! He is now banned for life from the town… Favourite things that he loves to enjoy are spending time with his family and […]

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Mike Pollack

Having an older sister (Elvis era) and brother (Beatles era), I started loving music at an early age. But when I first heard Ian Anderson growl those famous lyrics from “Aqualung” (“Snot is running down his nose, greasy fingers, smeary, shabby clothes.”) I knew I’d found MY music . Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, ELP, and […]

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Mike Whitfield

A true child of the 60s, I really can’t remember much about it – but that is largely down to the fact that I was only five during the “Summer Of Love”! Not so much LSD, more LZD (Lucozade) for me during those heady days, when the sun always shone and the days seemed to […]

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Peter Jones

Profile coming soon… Check out Peter’s music on his BandCamp page.

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Shaun Geraghty

I have worked in radio in various forms for 34 years, having started in “naughty” pirate radio back on 1982 on shortwave. I joined my local hospital radio station in Stafford in 1985 and still find myself there 31 years later every Saturday morning playing listener requests, and still love it. I’ve worked extensively in […]

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Stacy ‘The Sock’ Doller

I began broadcasting for Chicago based Progrock.com in January 2013, and regular support from listeners and artists in the UK allowed the show to grow quickly, resulting in an interview for the February 2015 edition of Prog Magazine. Around the same time, my friend Cliff Pearson and I had been talking about the idea of working together […]

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Steve Blease

Umm… So, Steve Blease… Does he really exist? Why is there no photo of him? Is he just a computer virus that replaces melodic prog in our database with Opeth? Who knows? Who cares? Does anybody read these things?

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