List of progressive rock artists

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The following is a list of artists who have released at least one album in the progressive rock genre. Note that individuals are included only if they recorded or performed progressive rock as a solo artist, regardless of whether they were a member of a progressive rock band at any point. For instance, Robin Trower never again performed in a progressive rock style after his departure from Procol Harum, so he is not listed here. Rick Wakeman is, because he recorded a number of solo albums in a progressive rock vein. Individual band members who have never recorded solo, such as John Myung of Dream Theater, also are not listed.

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Kamelot

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Lightning Bolt [87]

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Prog Rock Orchestra A Progressive rock band who performed on Cruise to The Edge and The Moodies Cruise along with Yes ,Moody Blues, as well as some of the biggest names in Prog rock

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Prog Rock Orchestra

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  • Stomu Yamash'ta [112]
  • The Yardbirds: Highly influential British blues-psychedelic band; songs such as "Shapes of Things" were an early influence on Prog
  • Yes: A British symphonic prog band from the 1970s onward who is one of the genre's most successful and influential bands [268][86]
  • Yezda Urfa

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  • Frank Zappa: The experimentalism, eclecticism and virtuosity in Zappa's music are of a progressive rock nature, but his sometimes scatological and juvenile lyrical themes are a significant digression from the genre [269]
  • Zazen: A band formed in 1985 by former Jean-Luc Ponty guitarist Joaquin Lievano and Dixie Dregs bassist Andy West, which later drifted toward a new-age style [270]

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