Gigs: Carl Palmer Band comes to Cornwall|
Posted Sep 11, 2005 - 09:31 PM
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On tour to celebrate 30 years of Emerson Lake and Palmer (ELP). Carl Palmer is, of course, one third of Emerson, Lake and Palmer – one of the world’s biggest Progressive Rock acts of the 70’s...
A prodigiously gifted musician. Palmer had previously been a member of Atomic Rooster and the Crazy World of Arthur Brown. A renowned showman and musician of the highest order, Palmer has entertained fans and crowds for generations and left an indelible mark on the music world. With no sign of his ever slowing down critics have always said “the best is yet to come for Carl Palmer” here it is live and fans will be ever the richer for it.
Expect all the big hits like Trilogy, Tarkus and Aquatarkus and Fanfare for the Common Man (complete with drum solo). If you like instrumental virtuosity then this will sit well with you.
Venue: THE KEAY THEATRE, ST AUSTELL, CORNWALL.
Date: Saturday, 5th November 2005
From: 8:00pm To: 10:15pm
With support band ELECTRUM – a blistering set of instrumental funk.
Running Time: 2 hours + interval
Booking Office: 01726 226777