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"H" Bands

Namesort icon Founded Country
Hackett, Steve 1950 Hackett left Genesis two years after recording his debut solo album, for a relatively successful solo career. United Kingdom
Hammill, Peter 1948 Mr. Van Der Graaf Generator United Kingdom
Hansson & Karlsson 1966 Organ/drum duo from Sweden, Hansson & Karlsson were early jazz-rock pioneers. Despite having Jimi Hendrix as fan and jam partner, recordings were near-impossible to find outside their native country. Hansson would... Sweden
Hansson, Bo 1943 Known for his musical interpretations of classic fiction works, Bo Hansson was an early virtuoso on the Hammond organ. Sweden
Happy The Man 1973 America's premiere progressive band was nearly Peter Gabriel's backing band! United States
Hard Stuff 1971 John Du Cann and Paul Hammond's post-Atomic Rooster band, with John Gustafson, ex-Quatermass. United Kingdom
Harper, Roy 1941 Though best known for his collaborations with Jimmy Page and Pink Floyd, Roy Harper is one of the pillars of Folk Britannia. A prolific and influential musician, his music should not be missed. United Kingdom
Haslam, Annie 1947 The voice of Renaissance. Annie's lone solo album was recorded with her then-husband, Roy Wood. United Kingdom
Hatfield And The North 1972 United Kingdom
Hattler, Hellmut 1952 Bassist for Kraan, one of the world's finest. Germany
Hawklords 1978 Dave Brock and Robert Calvert put the hawk-ship in the garage, working instead with local Devon group named Ark, Harvey Bainbridge, Martin Griffin, and Steve Swindells. No worries, Hawkwind in all but name. United Kingdom
Hawkwind 1969 Combining a driving rhythm, early electronics and sci-fi imagery, Hawkwind lay claim to being the ultimate space rock band. Coming from the underground scene in London's Ladbroke Grove, their success during the 70s -... United Kingdom
Heckstall-Smith, Dick 1934 One of England's early jazz-rock luminaries, Dick Heckstall-Smith work included Blues Incorporated, Graham Bond Organisation, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and Colosseum. Phew! United Kingdom
Heldon 1973 Premiere french underground band, founded by Richard Pinhas France
Henry Cow 1968 United Kingdom
Hensley, Ken 1945 Keyboardist, guitarist, and songwriter of Uriah Heep. United Kingdom
Here & Now 1974 Cutting their teeth in Ladbroke Grove and on the UK's free festival circuit, Here & Now gained notoriety for their collaboration with Daevid Allen and Gilli Smyth of Gong. United Kingdom
High Tide 1969 From the onset, High Tide garnered attention; the band had a publishing deal with Apple Corps and was managed by Doug Smith's Clearmountain Productions. Their two albums on Liberty/United Artists are undisputed classic... United Kingdom
Hillage, Steve 1951 A mainstay in the progressive scene, Steve Hillage's earliest work goes back to the Middle Earth club in the late 60s with Arzachel, playing alongside bands like Pink Floyd and Tomorrow. After a break to attend... United Kingdom
Hodgson, Roger 1950 Co-founder and author of most of Supertramp's hits, Roger Hodgson left the band in 1983 for a sporadic solo career. United Kingdom
Hoelderlin 1970 One of the most under-rated groups of the progressive era, Hoelderlin's albums rival the best from the United Kingdom. The core of Hoelderlin's albums were released on CD by EMI in 2007. Germany
Hoenig, Michael 1952 Michael Hoenig was a founding member of Agitation Free. He also filled in for Peter Baumann in Tangerine Dream in 1975. Germany
Holdsworth, Allan 1946 One of the progressive era's most recognizable guitarists, Allan Holdsworth has had a journeyman's career in the music world. During the 70s, he played for Igginbottom, Sunship, Nucleus, Tempest, Gong, The New Tony... United Kingdom
Howe, Steve 1947 Steve Howe, guitarist for Tomorrow, Bodast, Yes, Asia and GTR. Guitar Player magazine vote him "Best Guitarist" for five years in a row in the late 70s. United Kingdom