2016 Virtual Birthday Card is ready to sign!

October 20th, 2016 – 5:34 pm

As we have done in years past, the 2016 Greg Lake Virtual Birthday Card is now online and ready to sign. We ask that you keep it short and simple and PLEASE follow a couple of rules. Ladies of the Lake reserves the right to edit any and all posts for clarity and to follow said rules.

1. BIRTHDAY MESSAGES ONLY please. Do not ask when Greg is going out on tour or about any other subject. This is not the place, nor the time to do this.

2. Don’t comment on THIS post – click the link above to access the post where you will sign the card. Thanks! We wanted you to see this post and read the terms & disclaimers first 🙂 If you comment here, your comments won’t be on the card and they won’t be sent to Greg.

Again, here is the link to the card, for signing: 2016 Greg Lake Virtual Birthday Card

Feel free to share on social media or however you like. Thanks for spreading the word!

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Greg Lake Interviews Page Updated

October 14th, 2016 – 4:55 pm

Greg’s Interviews page has finally been updated by a *cough* rather hopelessly behind web admin.

Greg Lake News : Interviews

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Greg Lake featured in this week’s “In the Studio”

July 16th, 2016 – 11:08 am

“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

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New “Close Encounter”

March 20th, 2016 – 8:34 pm

To lighten the mood a little from last weekend’s tragic loss, we present to you a new Close Encounter sent to us by Lisa Anne, entitled “Lisa’s Lapse,” on our Close Encounters page. This is a charming tale of meeting Greg at a concert back in 1973 when artists freely mingled with the crowd, although Lisa got in a little trouble in the end. Thank you, Lisa, for sharing your story with us!

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Greg Lake Statement on Keith Emerson passing

March 13th, 2016 – 10:45 am

Greg has released his statement on Keith’s passing, but so many people tried to access it at once yesterday that his website exceeded its bandwidth and it is basically shut down, including the discussion forum. I’ve contacted the server manager for help with this, but in the meantime, here is the statement in its entirety. (That’s what’s meant by “going viral”)

Greg Lake's Statement on Keith Emerson's Passing

Greg Lake’s Statement on Keith Emerson’s Passing

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R.I.P. to the Maestro, Keith Emerson. 1944-2016

March 11th, 2016 – 5:42 pm

Shocked and saddened to learn that Mr. Keith Emerson has passed away at the age of 71. I just don’t know what can be said, other than, rest in peace, sir. You will be sorely missed. Thank you for all the music and for being a part of one of the greatest bands on earth.

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Another portrait of Greg by Stefania

February 3rd, 2016 – 7:56 am
Tagged as: Art,Members

Stefania C. of Italy sends us another beautiful rendering of our favorite singer, this time in color. Thank you, Stefania! You’re a very talented lady!

GL in Color by Stefania

Greg Lake color portrait, by Stefania C.

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TSO Founder Says Greg Lake “Invented Prog”

January 26th, 2016 – 2:38 pm

Paul O’Neill, the founder of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, says in this interview that Greg Lake ” was “the man who invented progressive rock.” Sweet!

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Fan Art Portrait

January 8th, 2016 – 2:10 am
Tagged as: Art,Media,Members

Stefania C. from Italy sent in this stunning and thoughtful portrait of our favorite singer. Thank you, Stefania! Well done!

Drawing of Greg Lake by Stefania C.

Drawing of Greg Lake by Stefania C.

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Interview: The Making of “I Believe in Father Christmas”

December 23rd, 2015 – 1:21 pm

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!

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