PANGAEA Bassist Ron Poulson Discusses The Band’s Long History And Their Latest Record, “Beowulf” June 24, 2024



Ron Poulson is the bassist for Pangaea, a classic progressive rock band that formed as Artica in 1989, and in 1991 they would change their name to Pangaea. The band’s music has garnered attention in more than 160 countries. And, after a 15-year hiatus, Pangaea is back to celebrate 35 years together with a new record called Beowulf.

In this interview, Ron discusses the band’s history and the reason for their 15-year absence. He also talks about their producer Robert Berry (Greg Kihn, Keith Emerson, GTR), and how he helped the band craft their latest epic album, Beowulf



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