Fans of Renaissance and Annie Haslam
Greetings Fellow Fans. Well, It seems I've been stung again. Crowd funding Appeals by well known musical acts have left me with the impression that they are a Con. First it was my favourite electronic band, now its Renaissance. They are just trying to get the fans to pay up front to fund the release to save spending they're own money. This email to the Lead Singer of this long standing Prog Rock band says it all. Note, my fury is why we were NOT TOLD (in both instances) that it would be…
Added by Jim Seaton on August 13, 2018 at 7:05am — No Comments
Heey, After more than 25 years I listened to my Scheherazade copy so I could digitize it. When I turned the LP and listened I remembered the fact that side two is not Renaissance but a, to me, unknown band. Has anyone any idea Which band is on side two???
Added by Hansyo on May 10, 2018 at 6:36am — No Comments
I have been an avid fan of Renaissance and Annie Haslam since "Prologue was first released in 1974.
Having been collecting everything I could get my hands on since then, I think I've just about got everything.
I missed out on "Snowball" but luckily it became available as a download. Oh to have the original.
But I digress.
The one track that is evading me is Annie's "Flowers In The Rain" with Roy Wood. It was released on Friday Music as…Continue
Not sure if this has been posted yet, but, I found the complete concert videos of the 2 shows used for the dvd release "Song of Sheherazade" are availble to view online on wolfgangs vault's concert vault website http://www.concertvault.com/#search.html?t=Renaissance&tb=0&_suid=140132001060609050121939320663.
Here are the tracks lists.
Are there any UK fans who joined in the Kickstarter campaign?
If so, have you received your CD yet?
I've got the download, but no CD yet.
Does anyone know if the band are likely to play the UK anytime soon?
Finally got hold of one of these -- in fact, not one but two copies, would you believe it, from the same seller in separate transactions: a pristine one for the vault, and a slightly damaged/stained one to scan and photoshop for this presentation.
I don't know the full details, but the images and text…Continue
hi all.have gotten some e-mail concerns as to jons web page,,Jon will be getting his own domain and will have the site up and running live as soon as he can..
hi happy new year..jon will be releasing his c.d. shortly in limited production due to the fact he is pressing it himself.regards wayne.
"Limited Edition" shown. "Collector's Edition" includes band autographs over the booklet centerfold (band shot with starfield curtain) and a certificate of authenticity inserted in the booklet pocket.…Continue
According to Annie (quoted in the program), this was the band's first live performance with an…Continue
I came across this advert for the BBC Sight & Sound concert - http://www.ioffer.com/i/renaissance-in-concert-1977-dvd-195589804
Has anyone purchased this and if so what was the quality like?
Renaissance was available on 8-track back in the day, of course. Here's my collection of unopened tapes in shrink wrap, including a "double play" single cartridge of Carnegie Hall (the standard release for Carnegie…Continue
Added by Esa on August 6, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
Renaissance has just announced the Michael Dunford Guitar Auction. One of the two guitars being sold is THE 12-string acoustic heard on EVERY Dunford-era studio album. Auction starting prices have not yet been set, but the…Continue
Long time no see........it has been a very, very busy year but with the new Renaissance tour announced I've been finding time to poke around the band's website and Facebook page as well as dust off this blog. I've been meaning to do this for awhile anyway, but since these two great albums will be…Continue
Added by David Gaines on June 11, 2011 at 1:30am — No Comments
Stop the presses! No, wait... There's an impressive 6-page spread about Renaissance in the current (Spring 2011) issue of Progression Magazine, exquisitely laid out and surrounded by jaw-dropping previously unseen photography from RoSfest 2010…Continue
I'm not a collector of ticket stubs, but I had to buy this one because of the home town connection: Atlanta's "Fabulous Fox" Theatre, a 5000-seat theater built in 1929, constructed initially as headquarters and mosque for…Continue
Added by Esa on February 5, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Check your browser's address bar: you are at renaissance-fanfare.net instead of prologue.ning.com.
The old address will continue to work indefinitely, so no worries about saved bookmarks or posted links etc. Unfortunately, saved passwords will have to be re-saved by your browser.
I'm still torn: is it worth changing names mid-course? Or does the stronger and hosting platform independent "brand" identity help? I'm leaning toward sticking with the new name, in case…Continue
Added by Esa on January 5, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Happy new year to everyone!
Renaissance Fanfare went live during January 2010, so it's also a first anniversary for us.
Thank you to all members and visitors for your support. A year ago, it was not yet known how 2010 would shape up for Renaissance and fans. For stateside, Japanese, and Korean Renaissance fans it turned out rather well. May 2011 surpass…Continue