I King Crimson annunciano le date del loro Uncertain Times European Tour 2018. Germania, Polonia, Austria, Cecoslovacchia, Svezia, Norvegia, Olanda, Francia, UK e 7 date sulla nostra Penisola!
King Crimson lineup Pat Mastelotto , Gavin Harrison, Robert Fripp, Jeremy Stacey, Bill Rieflin, Jakko Jakszyk, Tony Levin, Mel Collins
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King Crimson Uncertain Times Tour - Italia July 19 - Pompeii, Italy - Teatro Grande July 20 - Pompeii, Italy - Teatro Grande July 22 - Rome, Italy - Auditorium Cavea July 23 - Rome, Italy - Auditorium Cavea July 25 - Lucca, Italy - Piazza Napoleone July 27 - Venice, Italy - Teatro La Fenice July 28 - Venice, Italy - Teatro La Fenice
With three drummers, Pat Mastelotto, Gavin Harrison and Jeremy Stacey, as well as the return of multi-instrumentalist Bill Rieflin on keyboards, guitarist and original founding member, Robert Fripp states that this “double quartet formation” is likely to make more noise than ever before. Rounding out the eight piece line-up are guitarist and vocalist Jakko Jakszyk, long-time bassist Tony Levin, and saxophonist and flautist Mel Collins, who was a mainstay of Crim from 1970-1972. The band’s packed three-hour shows draw on material from all periods of their history, including six historic tracks that
Crimson have never played live before, as well as new arrangements of Crimson classics – “the music is new whenever it was written” – and, of course, a healthy dose of new material, including the compositions for three drummers, which are a regular highlight.
“Jimi Hendrix saw them at the Marquee in 1969 and declared them to be the best band in the world. In many ways, almost half a century later, they still are.” - ERIC THIESSEN (All About Jazz)
“Fripp and his band offered an impeccable performance in two stages. No melodies, no flapping, only musicians at the top of their art.” - IAN BUSSIÈRES (La Presse, Quebec)
“The band finally reaps all that it has sown in its many transformations...the king is not dead, far from it, and they still rejoice.” - REJEAN BEAUCAGE (Voir.ca)
“Crimson has never sounded more complete, or more joyous, on stage than it does now.” - JORDAN ZIVITZ (Montreal Gazette)
“On our final evening at the festival, we were witness to the concert that inevitably proved to be its highlight...The blend of mood, melody, ambiance and atmosphere dazzled the audience, which responded with frequent standing ovations.” - LEE ZIMMERMAN (Goldmine Magazine)