When: Sun., May 28, 8 p.m.
Back in the '70s, Emerson, Lake and Palmer emerged as one of prog rock’s most popular acts. The band split up in 1998 (and keyboardist Keith Emerson died earlier this year), but drummer Carl Palmer continues to tour and record. In the midst of a tour that finds him paying tribute to ELP, he brings his Carl Palmer’s ELP LEGACY – Remembering Keith And the Music of Emerson Lake & Palmer to the Kent Stage tonight. Expect to hear the ELP hit "Lucky Man" along with renditions of classic compositions by the likes of Aaron Copland and Béla Bartók. (Niesel)
Price: $27 ADV, $35 DOS