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Review from Nightshift – Oxford’s Music Magazine

Walking into the grand and evocative confines of the St John the Evangelist church, I’m struck with nervousness at the sight of the neatly arrayed chairs that line the room. My immediate thoughts towards the upcoming performance are of dread; am I about to see one of my favourite old prog bands reduced to a pitiful nostalgia tour, as mere fragments of
their former selves? Thankfully, Caravan don’t disappoint. Continue reading

January Tour

Caravan the quintessential precursors to the British Prog Rock movement, have announced a very special UK Tour that kicks off on January 8th 2013 at London’s prestigious Queen Elizabeth Hall, at the Southbank Centre.

The UK tour will see Caravan celebrating the 40th Anniversary of what many critics regard to be the quintessential prog album of all time; 1973’s “For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night”.

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