|:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Mar 4, 2015
King Crimson ProjeKcts are featured in a new movie out this year with the intriguing title of Aaaaaaaah! Alongside Toyah Willcox, the film gathers together some well-known names as the poster reveals...
More details can be found here.
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The Glamour Of Life On The Road
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sat., Feb 14, 2015
Trey Gunn's blog about his recent experiences working in the UK and beyond as a member of the Security Project, is a must-read. So read it!
Live At The Orpheum
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Fri., Feb 13, 2015
The Pop Matters website turns its attention to Live At The Orpheum with this review.
Register For Fripp & Fripp Video Stream
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Thu., Feb 12, 2015
You can register for the video stream of Robert and Patricia Frippís lectures at the Lady & The Champs Speakerís Conference 2015.
Hear Robert Fripp speak about his life, music, insights on success, and so much more! Funny, profound, thoughtful, brilliant, and profound. As you have never seen before streamed into your home AND 1 yearís access to all his presentations and collaborations from the weekend. All for $75
More details about Robert and Patricia Frippís appearance at the Lady & The Champs speakerís conference later this month can be found here.
Presentations Included in the Robert Fripp Video Streaming Package:
Enjoy Robertís Saturday, February 28, 2015
From Beginner to Mastery: The Disciplines and Habits of Success (Fripp & Fripp)
Sunday, March 1, 2015
How to Be a Hero for More Than One Day (Fripp & Fripp)
After the event
The Man Behind The Music: Patricia Fripp interviews Robert
And 8 other collaborations!
- Learn what habits took Robert from Wimborne to the world stage.
- Hear his wisdom learned from life as a working musician.
- Discover how you can be a hero for more than one day.
- Performing superbly well on stage, speaking or playing guitar, requires many of the same disciplines.
When I Say Stoppard, Continue
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Feb 11, 2015
My thanks to Richard Royston for spotting this appearance of King Crimson in a quiz about noted playwright Tom Stoppard.
You can take the quiz here.
Ade's NAMM Flashback
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Feb 10, 2015
Adrian Belew was interviewed at the recent NAMM event talking about FLUX FX and a brand new project that's still a bit hush-hush. Check out the interview right here.
In The Court Of Fro Hawk Two Feathers
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Feb 10, 2015
My thanks to John Hessell for sending this in. "I recently went to the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, NY and saw an
exhibit by the artist Fro Hawk Two Feathers. His art work is unique,
historical, spiritual, and imaginative.
This exhibit was about his work
on the wars in the Hudson Valley involving the Frenglish, Dutch, Lenape
and more. It is historical fiction in various mediums.
While researching his work I found this past exhibit. It was a few years ago, though some of the works from that show were exhibited at the Hudson River Museum. King Crimson, he is in more places than you know!"
Soundscape Sunday: Glass And Breath
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Sun., Feb 8, 2015
Welcome to the first in an occasional series where we put the spotlight on the archive of Robert Fripp soundscapes that have amassed in the DGMLive vaults over the years.
First up is Glass And Breath which Robert recorded at DGM Soundworld back in May 2007. It was released almost immediately - about as hot off the press as it's possible to get - and is still available for free.
You can download the album here.
If you're a fan of any of the soundscapes that you've downloaded from the site why not write a short review - no more than 200 words - and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org marked SOUNDSCAPE SUNDAY.
If we feature your review in the Soundscape Sunday slot you will receive a free download of your choice from the entire DGMLive library for your trouble. Only one submission per person please so make it count. OK get writing!
The Night Jakko's Life Changed!
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Wed., Feb 4, 2015
If you missed Jakko Jakszyk's appearance on the Prog magazine radio on Sunday, the whole show is now available via their on demand player.
The interview with Jakko, in which he talks about seeing King Crimson for the first time in 1971 and many other stories along the way, starts at around 73 minutes.
King Crimson Confirm Live Dates In 2015
:: Posted by Sid Smith on Tue., Feb 3, 2015
Following their acclaimed tour of America in 2014, King Crimson returns to active service in 2015 for a series of performances across the UK and in Europe.
Beginning in Aylesbury on 31st August the band then appear in several cities in the UK and Europe throughout September, making this is most extensive list of UK dates played by King Crimson since the 1980s.
The current incarnation of the group consists of Gavin Harrison (drums), Bill Rieflin (drums), Pat Mastelotto (drums), Tony Levin (bass and vocals), Mel Collins (Sax, flute), Jakko Jakszyk (guitar, vocals) and Robert Fripp (guitar), and has been described by Rolling Stone as ďone of the best new bands on the road right now.Ē
Mon 31st Aug, Friars, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Tues 1st Sept, Friars, Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Wed 3rd Sept, St.Davidís Hall, Cardiff
Sat 5th Sept, Dome Concert Hall, Brighton
Mon 7th Sept, Hackney Empire, London
Tues 8th Sept, Hackney Empire, London
Fri 11th Sept, Lowry, Manchester,
Mon 14th Sept, Symphony Hall,Birmingham
Thurs 17th Sept, Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Mon 21st Sept, Olympia, Paris
Tue 22nd Sept, Olympia, Paris
Thurs 24th Sept, Tivoliredenburg, Utrecht
Fri 25th Sept, Tivoliredenburg, Utrecht
Tickets are on-sale from 9am on Friday 6th February priced at £39.50 / £50.00 / £65.00 regionally and £50.00 / £75.00 / £85.00 in London (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee) and are available from Livenation
Tickets for the Aylesbury shows can be obtained here from Friday 6th February.
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