Monday, April 27, 2015

Prog & Roll radio show (26/4/2015) with 'Mother Turtle' as guests on the chatbox.

Hello everybody!
  Last night one more Prog & Roll radio show was online, and here I am today in order to write a few things about it, together with the full playlist.
  On last night's show we were very happy to have as "special guests" on the chatbox 2 members from the very good and promising Greek band 'Mother Turtle' among our listeners. Further than that, we had a whole community of French people, and that's because one of our listeners (Florian Decros) advertised our show to a French Prog forum. We want to thank him for that, hoping that all those who logged in enjoyed it. (As it seemed they did though).
 Once more we had listeners from many countries, like for example England, Greece, Mexico, France and India. We are very happy  and honored to see that Prog & Roll has become a rather "international" show, and our audience is increasing show by show.
 As for the music, we played songs from many different musical genres once more, we had our music contest once more, we played the "epic" song at the end of the show once more, and we also played an "encore" song, because the people were asking for it.
Here you can check the whole playlist from last light:

SCALE THE SUMMIT: Colossal / INDUKTI: Shade / SUBTERRANEAN MASQUERADE: Early Morning Mantra / BLACK SABBATH: Lonely is the Word /  MOTHER TURTLE: The Elf / MAGIC PIE: The Clown / KAYAK: Merlin / DAVID BOWIE: I Can’t Explain (Music contest) / MOTHER TURTLE: Bridge / STRAWBS: Stormy Dawn / FAIRPORT CONVENTION: Farewell Farewell / GENESIS: Visions of Angels / MIDLAKE: Acts of Man / MOTHER TURTLE: Mother Turtle & the Evil Mushroom / SALANDER: Aldri Sakleysi Er Farinn / THE KORDZ: Save us.   "Epic" song: PORCUPINE TREE: Arriving Somewhere  
"Encore"  song: RORY GALLAGHER: Moonchild.

  I would like to thank all those who logged in and listened to the show, participating or not in the chatbox. A special thanks to the guys of 'Mother Turtle', and Florian Decros for advertising Prog & Roll, and for being a faithful fan.
Thank you all! :-)