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When: Wednesday, April 28, 2010 - 7:00 PM (Doors open 6:00 PM)
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An Intimate Evening with Keith Emerson and Greg Lake featuring the music of Emerson Lake and Palmer, King Crimson and the Nice starts its run April 1 in Cleveland and the two-thirds of the English progressive rock trio will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the band in July. Emerson, Lake and Palmer are known for such 70’s rock hits as "Lucky Man," "From The Beginning," "Karn Evil 9: 1st Impression - Part 2" and "I Believe In Father Christmas.”The two-man show with keyboard legend Keith Emerson and the famed voice and guitars of Greg Lake is an intimate "unplugged" prelude to the highly anticipated reunion of Emerson Lake and Palmer at the High Voltage Festival in July, 2010 in the UK. It is unlike any show either of the two have performed before.

The fabric of the show is the iconic music composed by Emerson and Lake throughout their careers and audiences can expect new perspectives as well as new arrangements of classic favorites as Keith and Greg relate the stories of their songs and discuss the compositions and people that influenced the celebrated music the two created with the progressive rock bands that went down in history as the super groups that began a rock and roll era: King Crimson, the Nice, and Emerson, Lake and Palmer. The show is completely new – the two have never performed together in this personal setting and audiences will be treated to an emotional perspective and a rare and personal insight into the music they love during an evening they won't forget, in an intimate theatrical setting far different from the theatrics of Emerson Lake and Palmer.