In 2013, Eric Gillette, best known as the lead guitarist of the Neal Morse Band, released his first solo album. At the time, it arrived as a review copy just when Progarchy was getting off the ground. And, due to the graciousness of a number of record labels who immediately supported us (thank you!), a couple of releases got, more or less, lost in the deluge of prog wonder. One of these albums was Gillette’s. I don’t have time for a full review at the moment, as I’m heading off to CU to teach for the day. But, having been rather blown away by Gillette on Saturday night in Denver, I decided to pull the first album out again. Oh boy, it’s good. Really, really, really good. I shouldn’t have let this one fly by without notice. A full review or two is coming your way.
In the meantime, trust me. This is one very talented young man, and he is the future of prog. Purchase this album.