Progressive rock (also referred to as prog rock or prog) is a subgenre of rock music that developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s as part of a "mostly British attempt to elevate rock music to new levels of artistic credibility."
Progressive rock was largely a European movement, and drew most of its influences from classical music and jazz fusion, in contrast to American rock, which was influenced by rhythm & blues and country, although there are notable exceptions in the New World such as Kansas and Rush — considered by many to be the finest examples of the form.
Progressive rock developed from late 1960s psychedelic rock, as part of a wide-ranging tendency in rock music of this era to draw inspiration from ever more diverse influences. The term was initially applied to the music of bands such as King Crimson, Yes, Genesis, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd, Soft Machine, and Emerson, Lake & Palmer, reaching its peak of popularity in the mid 1970s.
Progressive Rock bands starting with 'V': 2 bands in database
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|Andreas Villain||Brian Vaughton||Christos Vlachakis||Claudio Venturini||Conny Veit||Dave Vasco||Edward Vesala||Ernst Vöster||Flávio Venturini||Fred van Vloten||Geraldo Vieira||Hilton Valentine||Horacio Várbaro||István Varsányi||Iván Velasco||Joel Vandroogenbroeck||Lakis Vlavianos||Miloš Vokurka||Niels Vangkilde||Paul Vink||Peter Vink||Ray Vanderby||Robert Valet||Robert Verwey||Rui Venâncio||Steve Yates||Umberto Volpi||Vangelis||Vermelho||Vic Vergeat||Werner Vogt||Wolfgang Vornlocker||Xavier Vidal|
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