[ROCK] At the age of 69, Todd Rundgren is still experimenting and exploring the edges of progressive music. Rolling Stone has called Rundgren a virtuoso and that is certainly true, but unlike most musicians, he’s not virtuosic on simply one instrument, but in composing and performing, from jazz to pop, rock, and electronic music. The list of bands he’s either formed, produced, or played with is nearly endless. As a producer he’s made records for bands as wide ranging as the New York Dolls, Hall & Oates, Meat Loaf, Patti Smith, the Psychedelic Furs, Cheap Trick, and even Bad Religion. As a solo act he’s released 24 studio albums since his solo debut, 1970’s Runt. His latest solo album, White Knight was released in May of this year and features a genre-spanning collection of tracks that features everyone from Robyn to Trent Reznor, Dâm-Funk, and Daryl Hall. His latest tour, dubbed “An Unpredictable Evening With Todd Rundgren” features a full band and comes to the Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls on Monday, November 20.