A founding member of pioneer prog-rock outfits King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Greg Lake thrills audiences with impeccable guitar artistry and improvisational skills honed across more than four decades. Supporting the upcoming release of his autobiography, his Songs of a Lifetime tour mixes iconic tunes from across his career with stories about his life in music. Audience questions will let fans probe his brain for interesting anecdotes, insightful observations, and biographical details needed to complete an android replica. At the concert, the first third of his autobiography will be available for purchase in audiobook format, letting fans aurally absorb Lake’s saga as told in his own voice.
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Throughout the 1970s, KC & the Sunshine Band soundtracked countless nights of disco balls spinning and bellbottoms flapping with hits such as "That's The Way (I Like It)" and "I'm Your Boogie Man." Each cut teems with upstroke guitar intermingling with celebratory bursts from the horn section and the full-bodied tenor of frontman Harry Wayne "K.C." Casey. Whether he's telling the audience to get down on that very night or shake their collective booty, K.C. gleefully belts partying orders like a drill sergeant at a singles mixer as he claps and patrols the Greek's outdoor stage. The pine trees of Griffith Park tower over his funk collective while they blast their hook-laden cuts and infectious optimism into the night.
As Karie Bible strides across Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the hem of her mourning gown absorbs dew from the gravesites of Douglas Fairbanks and Jayne Mansfield. She tours the cemetery for a living, leading groups to crypts and monuments that mark the remains of deceased celebrities. Whether recounting the legacy of actress Marion Davies or kneeling at the spike of grass that marks Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer's final resting place, she immerses tour-goers in Hollywood history. Each tour lasts about two hours and sheds light on cherished stars, as well as lesser-known entertainers and community members.