Lifting Off With Being 747

After leaving the indie pop darlings The Landspeed Loungers, Dave Cooke ventured out on his own making music as an acoustic artist known as Being 747. When an offer to beef up the music was offered by Steven and Paul Morricone of The Scaramanga Six, Being 747 were reborn as a … Continue reading

A Conversation With The Brothers Spierig

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A Conversation With Jon Anderson

For four decades Jon Anderson has been most closely associated with Yes, one of Prog rock's most enduring acts. Besides his prolific work as a vocalist, Anderson has scored a ballet and performed on albums by a various array of artists including Kitaro, Mike Oldfield and Vangelis. In the … Continue reading