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    Prog & Roll Presents: Fading Tomorrow by MAYA. June 9th, 2024. (Show #458)

    enJune 10, 2024

    Podcast Summary

    • Maia's debut albumMaia, a Hungarian progressive rock band, made their first appearance on The Prog and Roll Radio Show to discuss and present their debut album, 'Fading Tomorrow'. The show welcomed listeners worldwide, celebrating progressive rock music and its international fanbase.

      The Prog and Roll Radio Show welcomed three members of the Hungarian progressive rock band Maia to the program for the first time, to discuss and present their debut album, "Fading Tomorrow." The band members, David, Greg, and Susie, were greeted warmly by hosts Georgia and Michal, who expressed excitement about having a band from Hungary on the show. The presentation of the album was divided into four parts, with music from Von Hertzen Brothers and 12 Alfonso played beforehand. The hosts welcomed listeners from various parts of the world, including Annette, Ben and Emily from England, Chuck from Las Vegas, David from Progenrol, Pat from Drifting Sun, and Fatima from Turkey. The show was a celebration of progressive rock music and the international community of fans who enjoy it.

    • Maya's debut albumMaya, a Hungarian progressive rock band, recently released their debut album 'Fading Tomorrow' and were featured on a radio show, introducing their music to a larger audience.

      The radio show featured special guests Maya, a Hungarian progressive rock band, who recently released their debut album "Fading Tomorrow." The hosts welcomed listeners from various locations and expressed excitement about introducing the audience to this new musical act. Maya's history dates back to 2001, and though they are not widely known yet, they are eager to share their music with a larger audience. The show played two songs from the album, "Falling" and "Mirror," and conducted an interview with the band members, George, Niha, Greg, and David. The presentation also included a quiz for the listeners. The second part of the show would continue with more songs from the album and additional information about Maya.

    • Maya band's debut albumHungarian progressive rock band Maya, formed by original members and newcomers, released their debut album 'Fading Tomorrow' in 2023, influenced by Genesis and Emerson, Lake, and Palmer, available in CD and streaming platforms, aiming for international opportunities.

      Maya, a Hungarian progressive rock band, went through a reformation process in 2017 when original members reunited and new members joined. They wrote unfinished material in 2001 but didn't record it until they regrouped. With influences from classic bands like Genesis and Emerson, Lake, and Palmer, they released their debut album, "Fading Tomorrow," on June 7, 2023. It's available in CD format with both Hungarian and English languages, as well as on streaming platforms. Despite limited expectations in Hungary, they aim for international opportunities, having previously performed in Germany and Italy. Their sound is reminiscent of their influences, with the use of instruments similar to those in Genesis and Emerson, Lake, and Palmer.

    • Musical InfluencesMy Orphaned Giant's music is influenced by progressive rock, classical music, metal, and pop, resulting in unique covers and original compositions. They're hosting music quizzes during their performance with prizes for winners.

      The progressive rock band, My Orphaned Giant, is composed of members with diverse musical influences. These influences range from progressive rock bands like Big Big Train and Flower Kings, to classical music composers such as Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven, and even metal or harder rock and pop music. The band's wide range of influences is reflected in their music, which includes covers of classical pieces and original compositions. Additionally, the band is hosting two music quizzes during their performance, with prizes for the winners including a digital version of their album and a rare Hungarian CD. The quizzes are intended to test the audience's knowledge of music, with the first one featuring a cover version that is different from the original but still easily identifiable. Overall, My Orphaned Giant's performance promises to be a diverse and engaging experience for progressive rock fans and music enthusiasts alike.

    • Music Trivia QuizThe original artists of 'You Really Got Me' were The Kings, not Van Halen. Maya Doug Dave, a UK based band, formed as a live act but became a studio band and won the quiz. They plan to perform live again and are open to worldwide opportunities. Their debut album took over a year to mix and master due to its complexity. Vira Circle, not Virus Circle, performed 'Scarlet Dance' as a podcast episode.

      During a music trivia quiz, it was revealed that the original artists of the song "You Really Got Me" were The Kings, not Van Halen as many believe. Doc Dave was the first to answer correctly and won a digital copy of Maya Doug Dave's album "Fading Tomorrow." Maya Doug Dave is a band that formed as a live act but became a studio band during the recording process. They are planning to perform live again and are open to European and worldwide opportunities. The band members played all instruments on their debut album, which took over a year to mix and master due to its complexity. The quiz also revealed that every episode is uploaded as a podcast and the UK based band Vira Circle, not Virus Circle, performed the song "Scarlet Dance."

    • Progressive Rock PassionArtists of Sound of Strangers went to great lengths for music control, learned mixing skills, stayed true to progressive rock, cherished Prog and Roll Radio community, and offered a music quiz with signed, limited-edition album prize.

      The artists of Sound of Strangers went to great lengths to have full control over their music production, even if it meant countless adjustments and late-night sessions with rewritable CDs. This dedication allowed them to learn mixing skills and stay true to their progressive rock inspirations. The community at Prog and Roll Radio is cherished by the band, as it keeps the spirit of progressive rock alive in a time when it's not easy. The music quiz offers a chance to win a signed, limited-edition album, and the challenge is to identify the bands or artists behind both the original and cover versions of a song. This quiz adds an engaging element to the radio show, and the unique prize makes it even more enticing. Overall, the artists' passion for their craft and the supportive community at Prog and Roll Radio create a special connection between the music and its listeners.

    • Musical prizes, Sloane Square BandListeners Fatima and Annette won prizes for partially correct and complete answers to a Moody Blues/Fish trivia question. Sloane Square Band's new album is soon to be released.

      During the radio show, the hosts discussed various musical topics, including the correct answer to a trivia question about the bands The Moody Blues and Fish, and announced a winner of a signed CD. Fatima was the first to answer but only half of the question, so both she and Annette were declared winners of different prizes. The show also announced the upcoming presentation of a new album by the Anglo-French band Sloane Square Band, which will be officially released in a few days. The hosts expressed their excitement about the album and invited at least one band member as a guest for the presentation. Additionally, they mentioned that they would be attending a concert by Lorena Mckenna in Athens. The show is coming to an end, and the hosts expressed their gratitude to their listeners and the band Maya for their participation and support. The radio appointment is renewed for the following Sunday.

    • Farewell to David, Greg, and SusieDavid, Greg, and Susie leave the radio show to focus on their band, Fading Tomorrow. Listeners are encouraged to tune in for the album presentation of SSB's 'Thoughts' and hear Maya's 13-minute piece.

      We bid farewell to David, Greg, and Susie, who have contributed significantly to our radio show. We wish them all the best in their future endeavors with their band, Fading Tomorrow, and hope to see them again as guests or listeners. Next Sunday, we will present the album "Thoughts" by the Anglo-French band SSB, which might be the last album presentation of this radio season. We encourage our listeners to tune in for that. We will conclude this week's show with a 13-minute long piece by Maya. We wish you all a pleasant and fantastic week ahead, and thank you for listening. Goodnight.

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