The Crimson ProjeKCt announce further tour dates

The Crimson ProjeKCt, the King Crimson offshoot featuring 3 current members of that historic band, have announced more live dates for this Summer. They recently completed an extensive run of shows, and also released the ‘Live In Tokyo’ album. The band had this to say about the upcoming dates:

“We’re extremely grateful to our fans and crew for having made our European Tour in March 2014 such an unexpected success. It was a very pleasant experience for all involved. Fortunately, this means that we will get to play again this Summer, first in New Zealand and Australia, then in Europe, and after that an exclusive one-off summer camp and concert in the USA. In other new, please take note that we welcome a new musician, drummer extraordinaire Morgan Ågren, to our family. He will sit in for 3 shows that Tobias can’t do. See the preliminary tour dates below. And we are looking forward to seeing you. Happy to be back so soon!”

 

Here’s a list with the complete dates:  

 

New Zealand and Australia

June 24   Auckland, N.Z. / The Studio
June 26   Melbourne, Australia / The Hi-Fi
June 27   Sydney, Australia / Manning Bar
June 28   Brisbane, Australia / The Hi-Fi
July 2 Fremantle, Australia / Fly By Night

 

Europe

July 5 Heerlen (NL) / Theater Heerlen
July 7 Udine (IT) / Udin&Jazz
July 10 Kiev (Ukraine) / tbc
July 12 Garana (RO) / Garana Jazz Festival
July 18 Buchlovice (CZ) / Castle Buchlovice
July 19 Bad Doberan (DE) / Zappanale
July 21 Oldenburg (DE) / Kulturtage Festival
July 31 Aschaffenburg (DE) /
Colos Saal (with Morgan Ågren)
August 1 Breitenbach am Herzberg (DE) – Burg Herzberg Festival (with Morgan Ågren)
August 5 L’Aquila (IT) / Blues Sotto le Stelle (with Morgan Ågren)

 

USA

August 11 – 15 Three of a Perfect Pair Summer Camp, Catskills, NY / Full Moon Resort
August 15 Woodstock, NY / Bearsville Theater

 

Featuring the talents of Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto, Markus Reuter, Julie Slick and Tobias Ralph; The Crimson ProjeKCt primarily focus on repertoire from the early 1980s through to the mid-90s. The band has a “double trio” line-up, as made popular by Crimson between 1994 – 1997. The full track-listing for the CD & Digital release can be found below:

1.    B’Boom
2.    THRAK
3.    Frame By Frame
4.    Dinosaur
5.    Industry
6.    Elephant Talk
7.    VROOOM VROOOM
8.    Sleepless
9.    Larks’ Tongues In Aspic Part II
10.  Indiscipline
11.  Red
12.  Thela Hun Ginjeet   

Check out the classic track ‘Red’ here: http://youtu.be/__m1tobU8kA

 

Author: James McQuiston

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