Esther Tiger Kessel-Tamerus

The first prog band that blew me away was Focus. I was a toddler and never heard of the word prog. I still was a little girl when Pink Floyd's Money drew my attention. When I was about 12 years old I bought a pile of second hand prog cassette tapes. And realized this...

Andy John Bradford

Is a professional musician and award winning singer/songwriter and founding member of the international Folk Rock band “Andy John Bradford’s Oceans 5” who released the critically acclaimed album “Return to Mingulay” in 2013.  Signed to melodic Revolution Records, he...

Bobby Ventura

Bobby Ventura is a guitarist and drummer originally from Brooklyn, NY and has lived in the Poconos of PA for 20 years. As a musician, he started the popular trio Dirtwater Dogs in the area in 1999 and played all over the Poconos and beyond. Before that, he was in the...

DJ MoZo (Steve Swayne)

Who am I? I have always been a seeker. Always been one who was never satisfied with the 'status quo'. I was always looking for music that sounded a little different, or music that was well crafted in comparison to what is heard on mainstream radio. As a long time...

Online With Andrea with Host Andrea Garrison

Online With Andrea with host Andrea Garrison features a variety of guests and topics, reflective reviews and music of all genres. Enjoy this heart to heart multi-dimensional journey Online With Andrea.

Mike Maffei

My love for vinyl records started when I was 7 and the Beatles came to the USA, and my mom bought me my first Beatle LP. I never stopped collecting vinyl from that point on. Influenced by three generations of musicians, I was a drummer for almost 40 years. I fell in...

Mike Lieto

Music is why Mike gets up in the morning. He is fully obsessed, and is quick to suggest that music is the best. Since he was a child, Mike has been listening to a wide variety of music. He grew up with horn bands like Chicago and Tower of Power, the jazz of theBrecker...

Blake Carpenter – Site Admin

Blake Carpenter is a web designer, a musician and a music lover. He has been designing websites since 2000 and has taken his love for music and art and incorporated it into his site designs and more. His web design company Dragon's Blood Web Productions has been...

Rob Rutz – Artist and Media Relations Coordinator

As HOP's Artist and Media Relations Coordinator, Rob Rutz arranges artist interviews, handles scheduling support and designs digital promotions to support of House of Prog's mission. Earning his radio broadcasting license when he was in 7th grade, Rob leverages nearly...

Dj – Ian Beabout

Hello everyone! My introduction to music came through my parents at a very early age, so much so that I begged them to take me to a Jethro Tull concert at the ripe old age of three. The experience so affected me that shortly after, my parents bought me my first stereo...

DJ Morgana

Strange enough, music and school saved Dj Morgana's life as a teenager and in the aftermath of her parents' divorce. At that time, she became fond of Bay Area thrash metal, after seeing Megadeth live for the first time. Then, different stages followed (grunge too, as...

The Mad Platter / Nick Katona

I have been in the music business since the late 70’s and my philosophy is to bring together musicians and everyday people to keep the inspiration and imagination of the music alive and well. The telling of a story through a song or album has an impact and long...

Tony Romero

DJ Tony has been with House of Prog since 2014 and has been broadcasting an internet radio show since 2009.    He started with aiiradio doing 3 shows a week dedicated to unsigned progressive and progessive metal artists.   There he made many friends and contacts...

The Prog Doctor

Marty Dorfman, AKA The Prog Doc, resides in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA and has been a Progressive Music Fan since the 70’s. His friend Mitch’s dogged insistence that he listen to “prog” above all else influenced him and guided him toward that genre. The Prog Doc...

Olav Martin Bjørnsen

Olav is the incidental reviewer for the House of Prog. Not incidental by choice, as he would have loved to contribute more to the station, but due to the demands of life. Outside of a regular daytime job with plenty of evening meetings to go with it, an understanding...

Toohoppy

Rick is a lifelong resident of Central Pennsylvania, and currently is living with his wife Mary Pat (aka Mamasalami) in Newville. He grew up listening to bands like Genesis, Yes, Rush, and Kansas. Always a fan of Epic Progressive music, he like many fans thought the...

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    by Roger Trenwith on February 16, 2019 at 7:00 pm

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