Janis Ian posted on her Facebook Page on Dec. 9th about her collaboration with Greg Lake when he was with The Shame, and has also posted about further collaboration between the two of them on a song which was never published. She has posted the song as well; see the Facebook post and link to […]
“In the Studio” with Redbeard featured Greg Lake in its weekly newsletter with a live rendition of “Affairs of the Heart,” from 1992. And, great news – he will be returning during the week of July 25 for another interview with Carl Palmer!
Greg Lake – Affairs of the Heart – Dallas 1992
Paul O’Neill, the founder of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, says in this interview that Greg Lake ” was “the man who invented progressive rock.” Sweet!
Another fine article for the File Cabinet from Uncut Magazine: this interview with Greg Lake, Peter Sinfield, Stewart Young, Godfrey Salmon, and Andrew Lane on all the goings-on during the making of the video for “I Believe in Father Christmas” back in 1975. Quite the fascinating read!
This time it’s our man vs. the Kinks, and he’s way behind – let’s help him out!
Holiday Rock Song Showdown
Greg Lake vs. Bob & Doug McKenzie (seriously? a no-brainer!)
Vote in Poll
This one is complete with comments from Greg Lake and Geoff Downes regarding their collaboration on the project for today’s release of the CD. Read on Greg’s website:
A nice article in the LA Times about Carl Palmer’s 50 Years in the Music Biz
Posted on GregLake.com last evening: Press Release detailing Greg’s solo CDs re-release and the Geof Downes collaboration “Ride the Tiger” release.
Greg Lake solo album covers
Ride the Tiger album cover
Billy James of Glass Onyon PR has issued a press release with news about a reissue of the original Greg Lake Band (with the late, great Gary Moore on blistering guitar) from 1981; their outstanding live concert from the Hammersmith Odeon is getting a reissue soon on CD and vinyl. That’s great news!