After his successful U.S. tour in Fall 2021, Carl Palmer will return to the U.S. in January with his second round of live shows since 2019.
The tour will kick off on January 27 in Jacksonville with three previously postponed dates appearing with The Alan Parson Live Project in Florida.
This will be followed with a dozen additional shows featuring an evening with Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy.
“Our Fall 2021 tour was first time since the pandemic hit that we were able to be together and perform,” said Palmer. “The response was remarkable and proved to us that live music was in great demand once again. The band and myself cannot wait to get out there once again for the Winter tour.”
Palmer, who is the only surviving member of Emerson, Lake & Palmer that also included Keith Emerson and Greg Lake, said the ELP Legacy Tour shows will feature “ELP’s best loved material performed to original artistic film clips and archival footage spanning ELP’s career.”
The ELP Legacy Tour is part of a three-year celebration of ELP’s 50th anniversary.
Jan. 27, 2022 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Florida Theatre (with Alan Parsons Live Project)Jan. 29 – Clearwater, Fla. @ Ruth Eckerd Hall (with Alan Parsons Live Project)Jan. 30 – Ft. Lauderdale, Fla @ Broward Center Performing Arts (with Alan Parsons Live Project)Jan. 31 – Key West, Fla. @ Key West TheaterFeb. 1 – Caddelberry, Fla. @ Casselberry’s Patio & LoungeFeb. 6 – Carrboro, N.C. @ Cat’s CradleFeb. 8 – Sellersville, Pa. @ Sellerville Theater 1894Feb. 9 – Ridgefield, Ct. @ Ridgefield PlayhouseFeb. 10 – Shirley, Mass. @ Bull RunFeb. 11 – Patchogue, N.Y. @ Patchogue TheatreFeb. 12 – New York, N.Y. @ Iridium ClubFeb. 13 – New York, N.Y. @ Iridium Club
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