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I am Julie, I've been listening to Prog since at least 8 yrs old when Yes realeased "Roundabout" as a single. I've been accruing albums since I could afford them with my pittance of lunch money saved up. Most of my early purchases were second hand/used, except for my faves, Yes, Genesis, and Pink Floyd. I got those all new, clean and shiny. Genesis is my ultimate favorite, Yes is a close second. But there are a lot of artists out there deserving of an "ear" and then some. Prog isn't dead, it is alive and kicking, we just have to look for it. I now host an all "unknown" artists/Independent podcast called "Progkast" on Soundcloud (it's also available via all the regular download/subscription sites, itunes, googleplay, stitcher, playerfm, etc.). this is also streamed online on Undiscovered Rock Radio out of Australia. I also host an all inclusive (well known "major" artists, as well as unknown Indies) Progressive Rock Radio show called "Prog Rock Nation" on a terrestrial (and streaming) radio station every (Saturday nights, US/Sundays UK and elsewhere). Any Indie prog artists, give the podcast a listen and send me your music for consideration "Like" or follow my Facebook page for info and updates "Progkast" with a "k" and Prog Rock Nation.