Prog Radio

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About this app

In today's high-tech world of music services and playlists, sometimes you just want to kick back and LISTEN! Just press play and listen, 24/7 commercial-free, to the music of over 300 progressive rock bands from all time periods. From the classic prog bands of the 60's & 70's, through and and including the latest releases from today's prog artists.

• Live 24/7
• Exclusively prog rock and prog-adjacent music
• Music from over 300 bands and artists
• Balanced mix of songs from the classic prog bands of the 60's & 70's to modern prog today and all periods in between
• Mix from soft to heavy, but with the more melodic, approachable side of prog
• DJ "bump" after each song so you know the artist, year, album, etc.
• The best way to discover great prog rock bands
• Top-of-the-hour News Headlines (M-F - 5:00 AM to 8:00 PM EST)
• View our Charts for a ranking of the most popular progressive artists
• Album Reviews
• Discover the most influential Prog artists today on our VIP's page (Very Important "Proggers")

Visit for a list of the 300+ bands featured on ProgCharts Radio, from the well known: Pink Floyd, Rush, Yes, Genesis, Kansas, Jethro Tull, Dream Theater, Marillion, Queensrÿche, King Crimson, ELP, Porcupine Tree, Steven Wilson, Spock's Beard, Transatlantic, The Neal Morse Band, Gentle Giant, and many more...To the lesser known, but great progressive rock bands such as: The Dear Hunter, Pendragon, Riverside, Pattern-Seeking Animals, Damanek, MOON HALO, MEER, Karfagen, Lifesigns, and many more!

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Updated on
Sep 19, 2022

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