I first discovered what we call Progressive Rock when I purchased the 1972 three-disc LP YESSONGS. I had never heard anything like this before but I knew I wanted to hear more. My passion for Prog simply took off from there. This was the year I completed High School and by this time I’d already been working on-air as a DJ at the local Top 40 radio station and discovering all kinds of new music from Pink Floyd to 10CC. It soon became my mission to expose this wonderful music to as many people as possible so in the late 1970's I was working at a local independent FM radio station. It was there that I started a PROG radio show which was on air for almost six years. That eventually led to writing the first edition of The Progressive Rock Files book in 1988. As you can see below, more books followed. I live in White Rock, British Columbia, Canada which puts me in close proximity to concerts and activities in both Vancouver and Seattle. These days I focus my time and attention to writing music reviews of new Progressive Rock releases, announcing at the local drag strip, Mission Raceway and collecting comics.