Tag Archive: Prog Magazine


Prog Awards 2015 – The RESULTS!

It's my annual cynical attempt to snag some extra subscribers on the back of this prestigious musical event…

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Prog Awards 2013 – RESULTS

In a cynical attempt to hijack the awards and gain millions of YouTube subscribers, here I am reading the results of the awards from a piece of paper. Close your eyes and it’s like you are there at the actual awards themselves. Huzzah!

The Winners

Limelight Award – Sound of Contact
Anthem Category – Von Hertzen Brothers – Flowers & Rust
Grand Design – Family – Once Upon a Time box set
Breakthrough – Big Big Train
Live Event – Steve Hackett – Genesis Revisited
Album of the Year – Steven Wilson – The Raven That Refused to Sing (and other stories)
Band of the Year – Marillion
Virtuoso – Mike Portnoy
Visionary – Steve Hillage
Guiding Light – Thomas Waber of InsideOut Records
Lifetime Achievement Award – Dave Brock
Prog God – Ian Anderson

Americana – As Seen in “Prog” Magazine

Ignore the promise of a discount voucher, but still marvel in amazement of how my album managed to sneak into Prog Magazine guerrilla-style and get a little mention.

For the album, go to: http://music.darrenlock.com/album/americana

Prog Review News Special – Prog Rock Awards 2012 RESULTS

Today, on 5th September 2012, the inaugural Prog Rock Awards were held at Kew Gardens, produced by Prog Rock magazine and hosted by Gavin Esler. I couldn’t be there (they never invited a scrote like me, obviously) but here are the results for your enjoyment:

Awards Winners

New Blood: TesseracT
Live Event: Anathema – Union Chapel/Koko
Anthem: Squackett – Life Within a Day
Album of the Year: Rush – Clockwork Angels
Grand Design: Pink Floyd Immersion Box Sets
Virtuoso: Carl Palmer (Asia/ELP)
Visionary: Peter Hammill
Lifetime Achievement: Genesis
Guiding Light: Steven Wilson
Prog God: Rick Wakeman