Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy Sizzles with A Progressive Display of Artistry!

All photos: © 2015 Jim Carver/The Rust Belt Chronicles. I’ve had the pleasure of seeing Carl Palmer “live” on the last 3 out of 4 tours to the USA and last week’s THE 2015 RHYTHM OF LIGHT TOUR show at The Tangier was simply the finest I’ve seen Carl perform onstage since his days with ELP. It was also […]

Happy 4th of July!

The Rust Belt Chronicles would like to wish all of our readers, sponsors and friends, a safe and Happy 4th of July! I usually fire-up Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture as a celebration of our freedom. For our rock and roll fans who don’t have that recording, here’s the next best thing; Cozy Powell (RIP) with Rainbow performing his percussion version […]

Whitesnake set to Raise its Mighty Fangs at the Hard Rock Rocksino!

I recall witnessing David Coverdale’s first concert with Deep Purple on national television in 1974 at the California Jam in front of an estimated crowd of 400,000 people. Till the day I die, that performance will always be one of the best I’ve ever seen. After Coverdale recorded 3 albums with Deep Purple, the band split-up and […]

The Top 10 Classic Power Trio’s of Rock! (Part 5 of 10)

Jim Carver reviews 10 Classic Rock power trios.  Who do you think the top trios in Rock history should be? We’d love to read your comments! Today, we take a look at the #6 slotted band!  #6 ELP Perhaps no band has defined the world of progressive rock finer than ELP Long before Dream Theater existed, Emerson, Lake and […]

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