Neal Morse


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Also known as The Neal Morse Band

Country: USA
Label: Inside Out Music

Links: Official website
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Formed in: 1999

1999- Progressive rock
1999- Progressive metal

Line-up

1999-  Neal Morse - guitars, keyboards, vocals
2003-  Mike Portnoy - drums
2004-  Randy George - bass
2015-  Bill Hubauer - keyboards
2015-  Eric Gillette - guitars
2005-2012  Collin Leijenaar - drums
2007-  Paul Bielatowicz - guitars
2011  Kristoffer Gildenlöw - bass
2005  Mark Leniger - guitars
2005  Steve Hackett - guitar
2005  Alan Morse - guitar
› 2011  -//- vocals
2005  Roine Stolt - guitar
2005  Jordan Charles Rudess - keyboards
2006  Paul Gilbert - guitar
› 2008  -//-
› 2012  -//- guitars
2008  Paul Bielatowicz - guitars
› 2011  -//- guitar solo
2008  Collin Leijenaar - drums
2011  Dave Meros - vocals
2011  Nick D'Virgilio - vocals
2011  Steve Morse - guitar solo

Latest reviews

It's a well-balanced meal. These are not my words. They are Mike Portnoy's. Now, bare with me as I try to explain what's not entirely right with this statement and probably contradict myself along the way.   Review by Ivor ››
"Sola Scriptura" was probably one of the best albums of 2007 in Progressive Metal genre. I was pretty much ignorant of Neal Morse's music after he left Spock's Beard to pursue his solo career of religious music. I avoided it, especially...   Review by Ivor ››
"Sola Scriptura" is the last release of Mr Neal Morse. Since that he left Spock's Beard, the Prog Rock maestro released some good solo albums but actually I really think that this one will become his best without any problems. I like Progressive...   Review by Jeff ››

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