Friday Jul 18
Something Else! Reviews
'The standard is unbelievably high': Picking Carl...
Don't ask Carl Palmer to name his favorite modern drummer. Not because they are none better, despite his lengthy resume of success with the likes of Emerson Lake and Palmer, and Asia.
Performances from 2010 Tour by ELP Members Keith Emerson and Greg Lake Featured on New Live Album
A new live album offers up highlights from the 2010 world tour that Emerson, Lake and Palmer keyboardist Keith Emerson and singer/bassist Greg Lake mounted as a duo.
Soniq Theater - Pandromania
While there are generally connections binding all the Soniq Theater discs together, each seems to manage to create a sound unique to itself.
Bose L1 System Utilized On The Road By Andre Cholmondeley, Guitar...
Andre Cholmondeley knows guitars and he knows the road, and he's applied that knowledge and tour management to the benefit of a throng of guitar greats over the years, including Al Di Meola, Derek Trucks, Greg Lake and multi-instrumentalist Adrian Belew .
Keith Emerson and Greg Lake Release 'Live From Manticore Hall' CD Today
Welcome to Manticore Hall! Keith Emerson and Greg Lake, two of the founding members of prog legends Emerson Lake & Palmer, will be releasing their highly anticipated new CD 'Live From Manticore Hall' on July 14, 2014 on Manticore Records, via Cherry Red.
Kongos, Eddie Money and Carl Palmer among new Musikfest Cafe concerts
The band released their debut album, "Lunatic," in February. Tickets cost $17.50-$20 in advance, $20-$25 at the door.
Pictures at an Exhibition for Jazz Trio and Orchestra
Modest Mussorgsky's musical masterpiece, "Pictures at an Exhibition," has provided dozens of composers and arrangers with an array of source material since its origin in 1874.
Soniq Theater - Enchanted
Soniq Theater is one man, Alfred Mueller, and this guy is talented! His 2006 release to fly under this banner is Enchanted, and it's full of all the instrumental progressive rock sounds and changes that you could possibly expect for one album.
Something Else! Reviews
'The point where it all comes together': Greg Lake opens...
Trilogy, the third studio effort from Emerson Lake and Palmer, arrived on July 6, 1972 as a brilliant mix of multi-sectioned long-form compositions with punchier more digestible rock songs.