Spocksbeard.org is a fan-based website of Spock’s Beard band – A progressive Rock Band that was founded around 1992 by two brothers – Neil and Alan Morse. The group was formed in Los Angeles with Neil on the keyboard who is also a songwriter and a vocalist while his brother Alan, plays electric guitar.
Services on the spocksbeard.org website
The spocksbeard.org website provides lots of information about the Spock’s Beard band. You can learn the history of the band and browse the various albums that the band has created. Plus, you can have a chance to avail yourself of their VIP passes.
The Spocks Beard group has given hundreds of performances across Europe and in other parts of the world as well. The group has won the hearts of millions of lovers of Rock music. For the benefit of music lovers, the group also offers a few VIP passes and people can also interact with the group. That would be a wonderful chance to see and personally talk to this melodious Spock’s beard rock group. You can visit their website to know their itinerary.
On the album button, you can check all of the songs and albums that the band had made in the past like the following:
- Spock’s Beard Review from the ‘Progressiveworld.net’ website, byJohn Bollenberg, November 19, 2006
- Spock’s Beard Review from the ‘Metal Express Radio’ website, by Frode Leirvik, undated
- Spock’s Beard Review from the ‘Goth Tronic’ website, uncredited, undated
- Spock’s Beard Review from the ‘ProgScape’ website, by Bill Knispel, undated
- Spock’s Beard Review from the ‘ProgNaut’ website, by Terry Jackson, December 19, 2006
- Octane Review from the ‘Rock Reviews.info’ website, by MAGE, January 01, 2005
- Octane Review from the ‘Alternative-zine.com’ website, by Roy Povarchik, undated
- Octane Review from the ‘Classic Rock Revisited.com’ website, uncredited, undated
- Octane Review from the ‘Hairless Heart Herald’ website, by Danny Mayo, undated
- Octane Review from the ‘Metal Temple.com’ website, by Thodoris, January 01, 2005
- Octane Review from the ‘Modo Gordo.com’ website, by Tommhy Hash, 2005
- FE Review from the ‘Hairless Heart Herald’ website, by Danny Mayo, undated
- Feeling Euphoric: An interview with Spock’s Beard from the ‘Espudd.com’ website, by Josh Petraglia, undated
- FE Review from ‘The Metal Observer’ website, by Nathana l Larochette, December 15, 2003
- FE Review from the ‘Progressiveworld.net’ website, by Stephanie Sollow, December 2003
- FE Review from the ‘Daily Vault.com’ website, by Duke Egbert, October 14, 2003
- FE Review from the progressive ears.com website, by Chris Hosford, July 07, 2003
- FE Review from the ‘Prog-Nose.org’ website, by John ‘Bobo’ Bollenberg, June 15, 2003
- FE Review from the ‘Progressiveworld.net’ website, by John Stout, June 2003
- FE Review from the ‘Progressiveworld.net’ website, by Keith “Muzikman” Hannaleck, July 2003
- FE Review from the ‘Ghostland.com’ website, by Steven Ward July 07, 2003
- FE Review from the ‘Blogcritics.org’ website, by Tim Hall, July 15, 2003
- Greg’s Impressions of A Guy Named Sid hosted locally, by Greg Jones, April 15, 2003, Greg was one of the luckiest guys in the world when he got to hear an NDV pre-release demo of a song from Feel Euphoria. This is a report on his first impressions.
- Notes From The Studio from the official Spock’s Beard.com website, by Alan Morse, Tuesday, March 11, 2003, a great look into the mind of Spock’s Beard’s guitar player
- Notes From The Studio from the official Spock’s Beard.com website, by Nick D’Virgilio, April 21, 2003
- Notes From The Studio from the official Spock’s Beard.com website, by Nick D’Virgilio, May 6, 2003
- SPOCK’S BEARD TO RELEASE NEW STUDIO ALBUM from the official Spock’s Beard.com website, a press release for Feel Euphoria, May 13, 2003
The Spock’s Beard website also provides details about their band members namely Alan Morse, Dave Meros, Ryo Okumoto, and Ted Leonard. If you want to know more details about them you can click their names above the website and it will open the information about them.
History of the Spock’s Beard band
The group got the name Spock’s Beard at a party where Neil and Alan gave a performance. The theme for the said party was for Star Trek where Mr. Spocks, the fictional Vulcan character of Star Trek, had a beard in one of the Star Trek episodes (see Mirror, Mirror – Star Trek: The Original Series). Being a huge Star Trek geek and fan of the logical Vulcan, Alan suggested to his brother Neil to name their group Spocks Beard and the rest is history.
After about a decade of successful performance, Neil preferred to play solo and he left the group. Thereafter, the Spocks Beard group underwent a few more changes in its lineup and some of the reputed vocalists, guitarists and other artists joined the group. Spocks Beard has now become a very popular and entertaining Rock group in the USA and they have also given their outstanding performances in various countries.
- Alan Morse – guitars, backing vocals (1992–present)
- Dave Meros – bass, backing vocals (1993–present), keyboards (2011–present)
- Ryo Okumoto – keyboards, backing vocals (1995–present)
- Ted Leonard – lead vocals, guitar (2011–present)
Some of the popular albums
This rock group has brought out several studio albums and the most popular of them are the ‘Light’ (1995), Beware of Darkness (1996), The kindness of strangers (1998), Day for the night (1999), V (2000), Snow (2002), Feel Euphoria (2003), Octane (2005), Spock’s Beard (2006), X (2010) and Dreamless sleep (2013). The current lineup of the group is Alan Morse (guitar and vocals), Dave Meros (bass guitar, keyboard, and vocals), Ryo Okumoto (keyboard, Vocal), Jimmy Keegan (drums, Vocal), and Ted Leonard (Vocal, Guitar).