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  1. Internationally, AC/DC started as a pub rock group in November 1973 and became one of the most well-known Australian rock bands, with more than 71 million sales in the US alone by 2014. [1] [2] Beginning in that era was Countdown , which was a popular music TV program on national broadcaster, ABC , and ran from November 1974 until July 1987.

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    Evergreen is a progressive college which does not use a conventional grading system and has its own radio station, KAOS. Seattle's remoteness from Los Angeles led to a perceived purity of its music. The music of these bands, many of which had recorded with Seattle's independent record label Sub Pop, became labeled as "grunge".

  3. Both their first vinyl albums 'TALES FROM THE LUSH ATTIC' and 'THE WAKE' gained instant classic status in the 'new wave of British progressive rock'. Soon the band became a regular in London's world famous Marquee club, performed more than 200 gigs each year in the UK (as seen in the 'LIVE FROM LONDON' video from 1985), and quickly attained a ...

  4. Widely acknowledged as being the harbingers of the art-rock genre with their monumental 1969 album "In The Court Of The Crimson King", they paved the way for innovative art-rock/progressive rock bands such as Yes, ELP etc etc. in the early '70s as well as providing a stimulus for more recent neo-progressive bands like Tool and The Mars Volta ...

  5. 2 days ago · Vangelis, the Greek composer whose catalog spans electronic music, progressive rock and major film scores ('Blade Runner'), died at age 79 in May 2022.

  6. Jan 03, 2020 · Progressive rock is screaming out for a band to bring a young audience to the genre, and this Austin, TX ensemble might be the ones to do the trick. They sound like they're rooted in the more spiritual side of '70s prog and probably listen to modern jazz maestro Kamasi Washington, but it's not music that's in love with its own smarts, nor it is ...

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