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Monday July 28th 1969

friars aylesbury phase one - new friarage hall, walton street, aylesbury

exclusive friars interview with greg lake

King Crimson
related friars history (click on date)
King Crimson Wednesday October 7th 1981 Monday August 31st 2015 Tuesday September 1st 2015 Friars Watford Thursday July 15th 1971
Likely to be have been based around: 21st Century Schizoid; Man Get Thy Bearings; The Court of The Crimson King;Mantra; Travel Weary Capricorn; By The Sleeping Lagoon; Mars
band line up
King Crimson
Robert Fripp (guitar) Ian McDonald (sax/flute) Greg Lake (bass) Michael Giles (drums) Pete Sinfield (keys)
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)




odds and trivia
 Also in July 1969, Crimson had the privilege of playing at the Rolling Stones free gig at Hyde Park.... to 650,000 people.

The name King Crimson was apparently coined by Pete Sinfield as a reference to the devil

Friars man John Braley went to school with Greg Lake

In 1969 both Greg Lake and Carl Palmer played Friars (with King Crimson and Atomic Rooster)

what happened?
King  Crimson: They have performed occasionally and remained on hiatus or some time but will undertake a UK tour in 2015.
official web presence
Pete Sinfield official site   Greg Lake official site  Robert Fripp official site
sound and vision
King Crimson - Epitaph

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