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Procol Harum

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Procol Harum merch
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Broken Barricades
$28.80
Live: In Concert With The Edmonton Sy...
$16.98
Exotic Birds & Fruit
$26.99
Salty Dog
$18.99
Home
$14.66
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Fan Reviews

Griff
February 25th 2019
Procol Harum was spot on and clearly tight as a band. A good selection of tunes from old and new albums. Sound quality was very good. This band is well worth going to see. Seating was a little crowded, but every seat was close enough to watch facial expressions.
Washington, DC@
City Winery Washington DC
naru
October 12th 2018
I’m Japanese girl. This was my first LIVE at England! Procol harum was sooo cool! I was really excited.
London, United Kingdom@
London Palladium
User
December 3rd 2016
Great band, great selection of songs, Gary Brooker's voice is in great shape.
Bristol, United Kingdom@
Colston Hall

About Procol Harum

Procol Harum's claim to fame is 'A Whiter Shade of Pale', a huge hit in 1967. They differ from most of the progressive rock bands of the 70s in the relatively prominent blues component to their sound, which is largely due to the voice and piano of leader Gary Brooker. In the early years, Matthew Fisher's organ and Robin Trower's guitar combined for a unique sound.

In various formations, the band has continued into the 21st Century. Some say that their third album, A Salty Dog, is their best effort and considered the pinnacle of their career, but the many varied styles of Procol's albums gives many peaks.

The hippy prog of Shine on Brightly with the symphonic 'In Held Twas in I' gave way to the melancholy of Home whose tracks covered death in many ways. These were followed by the rock simplisity of Broken Barricades with songs featuring Robin Trower's Hendirix-style guitar and Barrie (BJ) Wilsons drums. Grand Hotel wich followed marked a return to richer sounds with the richly orchestrated title track outstanding.
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Genres:
Classic Rock, Progressive Rock, Rock

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Procol Harum to play in your city
Request a Show

Live Photos of Procol Harum

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Procol Harum merch
amazonview store

Broken Barricades
$28.80
Live: In Concert With The Edmonton Sy...
$16.98
Exotic Birds & Fruit
$26.99
Salty Dog
$18.99
Home
$14.66
View All

Fan Reviews

Griff
February 25th 2019
Procol Harum was spot on and clearly tight as a band. A good selection of tunes from old and new albums. Sound quality was very good. This band is well worth going to see. Seating was a little crowded, but every seat was close enough to watch facial expressions.
Washington, DC@
City Winery Washington DC
naru
October 12th 2018
I’m Japanese girl. This was my first LIVE at England! Procol harum was sooo cool! I was really excited.
London, United Kingdom@
London Palladium
User
December 3rd 2016
Great band, great selection of songs, Gary Brooker's voice is in great shape.
Bristol, United Kingdom@
Colston Hall

About Procol Harum

Procol Harum's claim to fame is 'A Whiter Shade of Pale', a huge hit in 1967. They differ from most of the progressive rock bands of the 70s in the relatively prominent blues component to their sound, which is largely due to the voice and piano of leader Gary Brooker. In the early years, Matthew Fisher's organ and Robin Trower's guitar combined for a unique sound.

In various formations, the band has continued into the 21st Century. Some say that their third album, A Salty Dog, is their best effort and considered the pinnacle of their career, but the many varied styles of Procol's albums gives many peaks.

The hippy prog of Shine on Brightly with the symphonic 'In Held Twas in I' gave way to the melancholy of Home whose tracks covered death in many ways. These were followed by the rock simplisity of Broken Barricades with songs featuring Robin Trower's Hendirix-style guitar and Barrie (BJ) Wilsons drums. Grand Hotel wich followed marked a return to richer sounds with the richly orchestrated title track outstanding.
Show More
Genres:
Classic Rock, Progressive Rock, Rock

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