The Rome Pro(G)ject are back! Three and 1/2 years after the huge success of their eponymus debut album, “The Rome Pro(G)ject”, namely Steve Hackett on guitars (Genesis/Gtr/Solo), David Jackson on winds (VDGG), Billy Sherwood on bass (Yes/Circa/Solo) and Vincenzo Ricca (keyboards), teamed up with a bunch of fantastic musicians, is going to release their second album, “II - Of Fate and Glory”. 67 minutes of instrumental progressive rock in 10 tracks plus a bonus one.
11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory is the ninth studio album by American band Dropkick Murphys and was released on January 6, 2017, on the band's Born & Bred Records label. It is the band's first studio album in four years since 2013's Signed and Sealed in Blood.
The eventual schism that resulted in the formation of Luca Turilli's Rhapsody and the termination of his former solo projects and association with his mainstay brand Rhapsody Of Fire could be seen as inevitable, insofar that with the conclusion of the second stream of episodes of the original Emerald Sword saga that some changing of the guard was in the works, especially considering the monumental feat of putting out 14 albums in less than 20 years…
French Funk band The Headbangers have got what it takes to get your body moving as they demonstrate a love affair with the most entertaining aspects of Funk in festive songs which showcase their showstopping instrumentation. Walking the line between horn-driven jams in their vein of The JB's, doses of modern Pop, Rock and 70's Jazz-Funk fusion in the vein of Pleasure, The Headbangers leave their own impression in a new wave of Funk songwriting and performance which delights in it's degree of energy.
Classic books are considered with a fresh eye. Returning to the authors' original manuscripts and letters, expert writers and performers bring their personal insights to these great works.
A Border of Life and Death follows 62-year-old Annie Mulholland's campaign for fairer cancer care in Wales during the last months of her life. Annie has terminal ovarian cancer and left her home in Cardiff to cross the border to England to get the drug she needed. She received treatment at the Royal Marsden in London which has prolonged her life. It's where she also befriended former CEO of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, Mary Burrows, who had also moved to England to access cancer treatment. Although Annie is living longer than anyone expected, she doesn't have long left and wants equal access to drugs and clinical trials for all cancer patients in Wales.