ELP Legacy: Carl Palmer

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You may not be able to see Carl in this 1970 Isle of Wight Festival photo (he’s hiding behind the cymbal!) – but you will be able to see him on the following dates –

Carl Palmer will be appearing on

Thurs 20th Feb at 7:30pm @ Birmingham Town Hall
Fri 21st Feb at 7:00pm @ Islington Assembly Hall, London
Sat 22nd Feb at 7:30pm @The Alban Arena, St. Albans
Sun 23rd Feb at 5:00pm @ St. Andrews Hall, Norwich
Thurs 27th Feb at 7:30pm @ Lighthouse, Poole
Fri 28th Feb at 7:30pm @ Hall for Cornwall, Truro
Sat 01 Mar @ Trading Boundaries, Fletching – TBC
Sun 02 Mar at 7:30pm @ Shanklin Theatre, Isle of Wight

Carl will also be appearing on the up-coming “Moody Blues Cruise” – “Return to the Isle of Wight”  sailing from Miami around the Caribbean (April 2-7 2014)

If you haven’t booked your cabin and you want to catch the Cruise – then hurry up – there are still a few cabins available at http://moodiescruise.com/

Carl Palmer was the powerhouse drummer in rock super group Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Often called ‘the drummers’ drummer’, Carl is a renowned showman and a musician of the highest order who has entertained fans and crowds for generations and left an indelible mark on the music world. With no sign of his ever slowing down, one can only assume the best is yet to come for Carl Palmer. Fans will be ever the richer for it.

See more info at carlpalmer.com