Flash rock, Dutch style
Location: The Hague, Netherlands
Peter Banks post-Yes band, had some degree of success in the United States. Featured Colin Carter on vocals and Ray Bennett on bass guitar.
Location: London, England
Website: Psychosync, the Flash homepage
Canadian progressive rock band featured Cameron Hawkins, Nash The Slash, and later Ben Mink.
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Website: FM: Canadian Progressive Rock Band
Premiere Dutch band hit the big time in both the UK and US, due to the talents of guitarist Jan Akkerman and flautist Thys Van Leer, and one silly hit record, "Hocus Pocus" by Focus!
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Website: F O C U S - T H E - B A N D
Robert Fripp's work with King Crimson, Brian Eno, David Bowie earned him a reputation as one of England's original guitarists, and one of prog rock's cornerstones.
Location: Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England
Website: DGM Live!
Gerd Führs and Heinz Fröhling post-SFF work.
Location: Oldenburg, Germany
Website: SFF CD's
Location: Godalming, Suffolk, England
Website: Official Genesis Website
"Photographer Armando Gallo has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a digital book which he hopes will become a Genesis museum."
One of prog rock's greatest bands, Gentle Giant combined the talents of the brothers Shulman and Kerry Minnear and Gary Green. Their work during the 70s is as exemplary as any of the era.
Location: Portsmouth, England
Website: The Gentle Giant Home Page
Goldring brothers, Stewart and Colin, made the switch from acoustic folk to prog rock, recording two albums for RCA in the early 70s. Colin Goldring is best known for playing recorder on the song "Your Move" from the Yes Album.
Website: Stewart Goldring (GNIDROLOG-Stewart Goldring) on Myspace