Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy- Emerson, Lake & Palmer Lives On
With the recent passing of both his ELP bandmates, Keith Emerson and Greg Lake, Carl Palmer hits the road with a tribute show in their honor. A drummer’s drummer, Palmer anchored the legendary ELP, as well Asia, Atomic Rooster and The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown.
ELP’s megahits including “Picture’s At An Exhibition,” “Lucky Man,” “From the Beginning” and “Tarkus” helped define Progressive Rock and earned sales of 48 million. Palmer’s new band captures all the power of these hits in a hard driving, instrumental performance that’s winning raves globally.
All Carl Palmer dates are also marketed by both management and label BMG, including on the official Emerson Lake And Palmer Facebook page and website.
Emerson Lake & Palmer Stats as of Fall 2017
- Pandora – 325,000 monthly listeners
- Spotify 345,010 monthly listener
- Spotify 157,648 followers
- YouTube – 3,942,477 views last month
- BandsInTown 110,277 Trackers
“When Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy comes to your town, you’ve got to see the show… it’s a dynamo.”
“Palmer has reinvented the ELP classics.”
“Palmer has recruited two expert musicians to ensure that this trio will never disappoint. The world’s elite drummer must surround himself with the best sidemen and he certainly has. A legend has to live up to his legacy and Palmer did on this night.”
“The harder, more modern-edged band, with the veteran Palmer’s relentless drumming at the fore, offered furious take on some of ELP’s most progressive instrumental numbers.”
“Progressive rock does not get any better than this…”