The undeclared King of Classical Prog fusion once more sends his call out far and wide for the best musicians to assemble and help infuse album number four, Kintsugi, with their prowess, skills and wizardry, and in this they surely…View More John Holden – Kintsugi
John Holden returns with his third album Circles in Time, following his somewhat unexpected but captivating debut Capture Light in 2018 and the excellent 2020 follow-up Rise and Fall. Circles in Time in some ways follows the successful template of…View More John Holden – Circles In Time
With his new album, Rise and Fall, imminently released, TPA’s John Wenlock-Smith spoke to John Holden about the music, his influences and the recording process. Who are your main influences? I grew up when progressive music was in its heyday.…View More John Holden
To put it very simply, John Holden has done it again. Lightning has indeed struck twice, after 2018’s Capture Light. In Rise And Fall, John Holden has released a very fine album, encompassing a range of fascinating stories, packed with…View More John Holden – Rise And Fall
As we approach the half way point of 2018 and enjoy the delights of many fabulous releases, The Progressive Aspect, in collaboration with Anthony Rowsick’s radio programme Prog-Watch, have collected together our “Best Albums of 2018 (so far)”. The programme…View More Best of 2018 (so far)….
There’s a saying that ‘everyone has a book inside them’ – this debut album by John Holden may similarly suggest that perhaps we may all have an album inside us. After years of ‘normal life’ John Holden just decided he…View More John Holden – Capture Light