PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION- A TRIBUTE TO KEITH EMERSON

PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION- A TRIBUTE TO KEITH EMERSON
PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION- A TRIBUTE TO KEITH EMERSON
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AUDIO ONE PRESENTS,

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

KENDALL-PALMER USA LLC. & PILATO ENTERTAINMENT

 

CARL PALMER’S ELP LEGACY

“PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION- A TRIBUTE TO KEITH EMERSON”

OLYMPIA THEATER – MIAMI, FLORIDA – JUNE 24TH 2016

 

CARL PALMER’S ELP LEGACY:

CARL PALMER - DRUMS

PAUL BIELATOWICZ - GUITARS

SIMON FITZPATRICK - BASS GUITAR

 

WITH SPECIAL GUESTS:

STEVE HACKETT – GUITAR, HARMONICA

MARK STEIN – HAMMOND ORGAN, KEYBOARDS, VOCALS

DAVID FRANGIONI – DRUMS

AND FEATURING:

THE CENTER FOR CONTEMPORARY DANCE ENSEMBLE

AND

WITH THE IDA CHOIR ENSEMBLE

(LIZA QUIN – DIRECTOR & Lead Vocalist)

 

See and hear Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy

in a heartfelt tribute to the late, great Keith Emerson

and the music of EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER.

Filmed at the historic Olympia Theater in Miami Florida

in June of 2016, this concert features powerful performances

by Palmer and his band, along with special guests Steve Hackett

(ex-Genesis guitarist); Mark Stein (of The Vanilla Fudge); drummer

David Frangioni; The Center For Contemporary Dance; and the IDA
Choir.  Includes bonus behind the scenes backstage footage!

 

INTRODUCTION

PETER GUNN

KARN EVIL 9  (WELCOME BACK MY FRIENDS)

BARBARIAN

BITCHES CRYSTAL  

JERUSALEM  

ROMEO & JULIET  

21st CENTURY SCHIZOID MAN

CLAIR DE LUNE

KNIFE EDGE  

HOEDOWN

TAKE A PEBBLE

CARMINA BURANA

PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION

FANFARE FOR THE COMMON MAN / DRUM SOLO

NUTROCKER   

BONUS FOOTAGE:

BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE TRIBUTE FOR KEITH EMERSON

__________________________________________

 

www.carlpalmer.com

www.carlpalmerart.com

 

©2016 KENDALL PALMER USA LLC / CKP LTD. All Rights Reserved.

 

 

 

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