Best Prog Rockers: Mogul Street Reserve

Made up of Ryan Wood (guitars/vocals), Jack Pfiester (bass/vocals) and Byron Clark (drums/vocals), this prog rock trio produces spirited, accessible, hot-jamming prog rock with lots of good clean shredding by Wood and Pfiester, a surprise since it’s not often you see a bassist traveling up and down the neck of his instrument and coaxing out notes like some sort of second lead guitarist. And he still manages to maintain a solid rapport with the drummer while engaging in occasional guitar-versus-bass dueling with Wood. And Clark — geez, that dude can pound some skins and brings the syncopated rhythms with much ease and flair. (Photo by Phil Bardi.)

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