Byline: The Register-Guard READY FOR THE 'IMPROG' Progressive rock jam band Umphrey's McGee brings its style of improvisation, which the band dubs "improg," to the McDonald Theatre tonight.
What does PROG stand for?
PROG stands for Progressive Rock (music)
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We have 3 other meanings of PROG in our Acronym Attic
- Professional Office System
- Program for Regional Observing and Forecasting Service
- Public Representation Organization of the Faculty Senate (est. 1976; University of Wisconsin)
- Profiling System Administration
- Profiling Server
- Peer Review Oversight Group (US NIH)
- Program-Memory Operand
- Progress Page on MCDU (aviation)
- Program Data
- Progressive Caucus of Democrats Abroad
- Procedimentos Replicáveis para Optimizar o Gerenciamento de Eco-sistemas Neríticos Tropicais
- Programmatic Identifier
- Progress Management (Italian Group of Consultancy Companies)
- People Relying on God Relaying a Message (Alcoholics Anonymous slang)
- Program Representative
- PROgramming with Graph REwriting Systems
- Perindopril Protection Against Recurrent Stroke Study
- Personal Responsibility and Opportunities to Gainfully Reach Economic Self-Sufficiency
Samples in periodicals archive:
com)-- Neoteric rockers Flicker offer their take on British progressive rock with the forthcoming debut “How Much Are You Willing to Forget.
One of the biggest criticisms levelled at progressive rock bands in the past is their tendency to meander off in a self-indulgent fashion.
9780826423320 Beyond and before; progressive rock since the 1960s.
Osiris bills itself as the first progressive rock band in Bahrain and possibly the Middle East and its use of intelligent lights and pyrotechnic effects at live shows earned it a mention in the US publication The A to Z of Progressive Bands.
Dedicated followers of progressive rock fashion have maintained a respect for, and revered, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neal Peart for 37 years, and over-exposure on the silver screen was never going to do more than fill the masses with a certain sense of self-satisfaction.
The 10 tracks he has penned for The Visitation range from the epic progressive rock of the title track and the radio-friendly melodies of Wild Angels to the Beatles-like closer, Tonight's The Night.