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King Crimson return to Germany with KBK

Fripp & Co will play their first German shows in 13 years courtesy of the Berlin-based agency

By IQ on 06 Jan 2016

King Crimson

image © KBK Konzert- und Künstleragentur

King Crimson will perform in Germany for the first time in 13 years in September.

The British prog-rock titans, led by guitarist, songwriter and producer Robert Fripp, will play four dates in Stuttgart and Berlin on 8 and 9 September and 11 and 12 September, respectively. The tour is organised by KBK, owned by Klaus Bönisch, whose live roster also includes Deep Purple, Crosby Stills and Nash, Rush, Lenny Kravitz and The Who.

Besides Fripp, the lineup of King Crimson mark VIII comprises Tony Levin on bass, singer and rhythm guitarist Jakko Jakszyk, Mel Collins on flute and saxophone and three percussionists: Porcupine Tree’s Gavin Harrison, REM’s Bill Rieflin and Mr Mister’s Pat Mastelotto.