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Written by Joseph Smindak
10 July, 2020
2020 tour postponed 3 months ago with no new dates on the horizon - please offer a refund option as many other bands have done.
Thanks Joe Smindak Dayton, Ohio

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Joseph, Please read here, and you will see a passage regarding refunds. https://www.dgmlive.com/news/king-crimson-2020-tour-postponed-for-a-year See here about rescheduling, https://www.dgmlive.com/news/2021-tour-update
Written by Bill R
09 July, 2020
UK Tour? and ITCOTCK big box?
Are there any plans for a future tour of the UK? It would be good to see the KC and the Zappa band tour come to the UK. PS: I know I have asked this before (but had no reply to this enquiry)... Any news on a release date or details with regard to, In The Court Of The Crimson King big box set? Best regards, Bill.

Alex Mundy replied:

Dear Bill, Sorry there was not a reply to your enquiry. No news is good news. (Where does that come from?) No news on a release date and no news on detail. I guess that's not good news, but it's not bad news. No news on future touring in the UK either. It's a non news day.
Written by Michel Forest
08 July, 2020
2021 tour
To follow up on the message about the rescheduled tour, I received an email informing me that the Montreal show scheduled for July 7 2020 will now take place July 9 2021. Hopefully, this whole pandemic nightmare will be behind us by then.
Written by Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner
08 July, 2020
Let The Power Fall
I am listening to Let The Power Fall, it is an excellent work of Mr. Robert Fripp, for those who begin to listen to King Crimson and Robert Fripp, I recommend this work, you guys know that what you are listening to is a guitar, a big hug for everyone .
Written by Zigomar Jose Espíndola
06 July, 2020
Mister Stormy - Walking On Air
Parabéns Mister Stormy, fabulosa canção, espetacular.
Written by Andrew Mather
05 July, 2020
Toyah&Fripp High Noon Sunday
The last 2 Sunday’s efforts I have enjoyed for various reasons. Today’s made me laugh out loud. Thanks...
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Written by Dony Andrés Saldivia Morales
Recuerdos de un gran día
king Crimson pertenece al olimpo de los grandes, es el mejor concierto que ha pasado en Chile produciendo una ovacionada presentación, cada asistente de esa noche quedo asombrado por el nivel artistico desplegado en vivo, es por ello que se instala en el olimpo de lo más legendario, con su actitud sencilla plasmada en la interpretación en formato de música clásica condujeron a varias horas sin necesidad de luces, pantallas, solo música rock de camara, rock pesado, rock progresivo, vanguardia, jazz avant garde, interpretando un viaje de cincuenta años, para finalmente expresarse como un ritual en vivo. Los que logramos ir somos afortunados de recibir este puñetazo que quedara marcado siempre en la cara como el concierto de heavy metal más pesado y denso que lograron en nuestros oidos, de verdad creo que esos 15 minuto finales con Schizoid Man hablaron por si solo. El haber presenciado un concierto muy distinto con sus tres baterias con una presición fuera de serie nos dejaron a todos hipnotizados, los recuerdo con nostalgia este momento historico que me transporto a lo mas infinito de lo nuestro y en lo emotivo, lo vi en todos los fanaticos veteranos genuinamente asombrados y emocionados donde se logro en forma nostalgica ver el efecto anestesiante con las premisas tan simples de comprometer al publico en sus temas donde solo la ejecución fue el eje, con siete instrumentistas aportando con detalle y sonido, en definitiva un viaje que fue algo memorable en mi vida.
Written by Dony Andrés Saldivia Morales
Recuerdos de un gran día
king Crimson pertenece al olimpo de los grandes, es el mejor concierto que ha pasado en Chile produciendo una ovacionada presentación, cada asistente de esa noche quedo asombrado por el nivel artistico desplegado en vivo, es por ello que se instala en el olimpo de lo más legendario, con su actitud sencilla plasmada en la interpretación en formato de música clásica condujeron a varias horas sin necesidad de luces, pantallas, solo música rock de camara, rock pesado, rock progresivo, vanguardia, jazz avant garde, interpretando un viaje de cincuenta años, para finalmente expresarse como un ritual en vivo. Los que logramos ir somos afortunados de recibir este puñetazo que quedara marcado siempre en la cara como el concierto de heavy metal más pesado y denso que lograron en nuestros oidos, de verdad creo que esos 15 minuto finales con Schizoid Man hablaron por si solo. El haber presenciado un concierto muy distinto con sus tres baterias con una presición fuera de serie nos dejaron a todos hipnotizados, los recuerdo con nostalgia este momento historico que me transporto a lo mas infinito de lo nuestro y en lo emotivo, lo vi en todos los fanaticos veteranos genuinamente asombrados y emocionados donde se logro en forma nostalgica ver el efecto anestesiante con las premisas tan simples de comprometer al publico en sus temas donde solo la ejecución fue el eje, con siete instrumentistas aportando con detalle y sonido, en definitiva un viaje que fue algo memorable en mi vida.
Written by Yuliang Zheng
This is the reason I joined the club
I must say this is THE track! Excellent audio quality, this trio really deserves more and more! And don't miss the whole MR STORMYS MONDAY SELECTION VOL.5
Written by Máté Takáts
Wonderful Pieces, but Entire concert would be nice...
Is there any chance that the entire concert will be made available in the futurem It was a Kickass Setlist, and I don't care that Jacko's voice became a bit hoarse by the end! It was an amazing night!
Written by joe ventress
Was at all sets for this show
Hi, my first time up in here. I was at this show and the 24th, 25th at Perkins, including he perkins palace set. Adrian Belew was very kind to me and spoke with me on the third set, 2nd night Roxy and next night at perkins he saw me from side stage and waved me over to say hi, so kind. My buddies thought I was something. I was a dumb high school kid, but we chatted. He told me he had a kidney infection and was feeling pretty bad, never could tell. All pro that guy. I had just returned from England and had seen, what I think, was the second gig? They were called Discipline. I have a marquee poster from it still. I was very lucky, wandered into a ticket shop and saw this crimson like band was playing. Huge KC fan and figuring I'd never see them and then. GD if Magik didnt happen and I got to see it re-boot! @Roxy, I remember Fripp, getting up off his stool, briefly, tmm, during Red. Just shredding.
Written by Steven Armstrong
Sidenote to this Houston gig...
I wasn't present at this particular gig. That very evening, at a grimy little dive about 2 miles from Cactus Records, I was busily propelling my own band from behind the drumkit, while a friend of the band took it upon himself to hand-write an invitation to Robert, asking if he might attend our show after finishing his performance. The invitation was duly given to Mr. Fripp and was written on the reverse side of our friend's high school diploma. Needless to say, Robert did not show (surprising none of us), but it was an impressive bit of chutzpah on the part of our friend, Nick's. Well done. Ah, memories...
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