Our first Magazine Preview: Articles on inductee: Rich Williams
and Progressive Country winner: Richie Furay

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"I am so honored that the members voted for my Piece of the Pi! That means a lot to me and we would love to follow up with you." - Jordan Rudess

"I'm very proud (and also surprised!) by this news...it's sincerely a big honor...As we say in French "ça déchire!"... Thank you to all of you!" - Alan Simon

"Along with names like YES, Kansas, King Crimson, Porcupine Tree, Rush, Alan Parsons, Dream Theater and Peter Gabriel we are proud and humble to make that list." - Magic Pie

Advisory Board Additions

Adding to our impressive roster of Jim Roberts, Robert Berry and John Sebastian... on our Advisory Board, we asked a few of our winners too...for next year's round of voting we added the founder of the Mahavishnu Project, drummer and composer Gregg Bendian, another winner mastermind producer and composer of "Excalibur Trilogy", Alan Simon & Guitar Player Magazine's Pete Prown.

Details Coming Soon on the Progressive Rock Hall of Fame Scholarships for music students in high school and college!

Awards Concert with The Rocket Scientists & Cathedral

The Rocket Scientists were formed in the late 1980s by keyboardist Erik Norlander and vocalist / guitarist Mark McCrite. In January, 2008, Rocket Scientists released their first box set entitled "Looking Backward", a 5-disc collection containing re-mastered versions of their first three studio albums, "Earthbound", "Brutal Architecture" and "Oblivion Days", along with a 4th audio CD of new recordings of classic Rocket Scientists songs reinterpreted by the band in 2007. The 5th disc is a DVD-9 containing video of the 2007 sessions along with extensive interviews and historical archive footage from sessions going back to 1993.

Cathedral is an American progressive rock band which released one record, Stained Glass Stories, in 1978. It is sometimes cited as an influence of Änglagård's classic Hybris.The members are-Fred Callan (four, five, eight string bass guitars, Taurus bass pedals, backing vocals) -Paul Seal (vocals) -Mercury Caronia IV (drums, gongs, bells, various electronic percussion, and backing vocals) -David Doig (electric and acoustic guitars), -Tom Doncourt (mellotron, other keyboards, theremin, percussion, and flute).