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Earth To Ashes - Live in Portland, Oregon, February 20th, 2013
Review by Larry Toering

This is one hot progressive rock band with a power metal edge that is much more apparent on disc than in concert, as they stretch the prog boundaries in their performances.

Echolyn - Live at NEARfest, 2002
Review by Stephen Ellis
I've tried very hard to like this band. And to their credit they put on a very good show at NEARFest 2K2. They played the songs I had anticipated they would play -pretty much the best selections from Suffocating the Bloom, As the World, and Cowboy Poems Free.

Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Live at the Marcus Amphitheater-August 24th,1998
Review by Gary Hill
The only pyrotechnics were not the flares on the stage or the lightning that sparked across the late summer sky. Emerson, Lake and Palmer produced musical fireworks in their own inimitable style.
Enchant - Live at NEARfest, 2002
Review by Stephen Ellis
When Enchant was first announced as part of the NEARfest list of bands I was very excited, as I have been following them by their CD's since they first came out on Magna Carta.

The Enid - Live in Bethlehem, PA (NEARFest 2010), June, 2010
Review by Julie Knispel
It’s hard to believe that a non-headliner would end up being the most talked about band at a festival, but the fact of the matter is that quite often bands come out of nowhere for a good number of festival attendees, and it’s usually bands that are on the undercard.  

The Enid - Live at London’s High Voltage Festival, July, 2011
Review by Alison Reijman
If ever there was going to be a band to confound and delight, then it was this quintessentially English prog institution led by the Dickensian Robert John Godfrey.  

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