Last night, one more Prog & Roll radio show was on air as usual. We were very glad to have in our chatbox the members of the American Progressive Rock band Evership, from Nashville. Further than their leader Shane Atkinson, and Beau West, the band’s singer, we also had James Atkinson, Jaymi Millard and Joel (I don’t know his last name). But further than Evership, we also had a few more musicians that joined our chatbox, (such as Benjamin Bell and Colin Tench), in order to listen to the show and chat with our special guests.
We had a big crowd listening from many countries once more, and from time to time the chatbox was on fire. In order to honour our guests, we prepared an all-American playlist, with only one exception; the opening song. This, was dedicated to the memory of Greg Lake, who passed away a few days before.
In last night’s playlist we included 4 songs from Evership’s excellent debut album, and as it seemed most of our listeners loved it.
We also did our usual music quiz, and we gave as present 3 download codes for the digital version of Evership’s album, that were gently offered by the band. The 3 winners were: Emily and Sarah from England, and Phegos from France. Congratulations to all of you, enjoy the album!
I really believe that it was a very pleasant and interesting show, and the 2 hours passed really fast. I hope that everybody had some nice time, and enjoyed it!
Here you can see the whole playlist:
1st Part: GREG LAKE: I Believe in Father Christmas / DAVE KERZNER: The Lie / SPOCK’S BEARD: On a Perfect Day / EVERSHIP: Silver Light.
2nd Part: JOURNEY: Of a Lifetime / BLUE OYSTER CULT: Astronomy / ALICE COOPER: Second Coming – The Ballad of Dwight Fry.
3rd Part: ECHOLYN: One Brown Mouse (Music Quiz) / EVERSHIP: A Slow Descent into Reality / EVERSHIP: Ultima Thule.
4th Part: THE DEAR HUNTER: Waves / FLYING COLORS: Love is What I’m Loking for / SHADOW GALLERY: Ghost of a Chance / EVERSHIP: Flying Machine.
I would like to thank all of you who chose to spend your Sunday evening with us, and especially the guys of Evership, and also Benjamin Bell and Colin Tench. Our musicians community is becoming bigger, and that is something that makes us very happy and honoured. Thank you all!