Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy Celebration
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CARL PALMER’S ELP LEGACY & GUESTS
Pictures At An Exhibition - A TRIBUTE TO KEITH EMERSON & The Music of Emerson Lake & Palmer
A stunning tribute to the late Keith Emerson by his former bandmate, Carl Palmer. The music of ELP interpreted in film and contemparary dance - live on stage with Carl Palmer's ELP Legacy band and the Center for Contemporary Dance.
TICKETS START AT JUST $35.00
Palmer, who was voted by ROLLING STONE as one of the 10 Greatest Drummers of All Time, is also a founding member of ASIA. Since he began in the business in the 1960s Carl Palmer has sold over 50 million records! He is currently celebrating his 50th Year in Music. This show will feature the great music of Emerson Lake & Palmer performed by its founding member, Carl Palmer, and his band, ELP LEGACY and interpreted in modern dance with award-winning dancers from the Center For Contemporary Dance.
This will be an unforgettable one night only event that will be tribute to Palmer's late band mate, Keith Emerson. The show will also feature special guests and cover the entire scope of ELP's music. This will be a full multi-media event with film, live on-stage dancers, and Carl Palmer's powerful band. Since 2001, Carl has fronted a 3 piece power trio: guitar, bass & drums doing the classically driven rock hits of ELP with NO KEYBOARDS. For this show, we will add some special guests, including world class keyboard players. Among the classics to be performed will be "Karn Evil 9- Welcome Back My Friends," "Knife Edge," "Fanfare For The Common Man, “and the iconic classical/rock opus, "Pictures At An Exhibition."
For more information, please visit: CarlPalmer.com
Legendary Genesis guitarist and solo artists Steve Hackett and Vanilla Fudge keyboardist and vocalist Mark Stein will both join Carl and his band for the tribute show in Miami.
$130.00 Tickets incudes: Entry to Sound Check, Meet & Greet, Photo with Carl Palmer and the Legacy Band, Early access to rare merchandise and original Carl Palmer Scene 4 Artwork.
(MEET & GREET 5pm - 6pm)