The Carl Palmer Band Celebrates the Music of ELP
Carl Palmer Band Plays ELP: Rock Drum Legend
Carl Palmer and his band play Washington's Howard Theatre. A founding member of prog-rock stars Emerson, Lake & Palmer and '80s supergroup Asia, as well as cult favorites The Crazy World of Arthur Brown and Atomic Rooster, the legendary drummer now tours the world with his own trio. They'll perform an instrumental concert of songs Palmer made famous with ELP, including "Tarkus," "Fanfare for the Common Man," "Hoedown" and more. Palmer's mastery of the drums, almost unsurpassed speed and on-stage charisma have earned him a place among rock 'n' roll's most acclaimed drummers, and he was one of the first members of the Modern Drummer Magazine
Hall of Fame.
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