Rock/Pop

An Intimate Evening with Keith Emerson & Greg Lake

When: Wed., April 28 2010

Few realize that Emerson Lake and Palmer (or ELP), known for '70 hits like "Lucky Man," just missed a chance at becoming HELP — or Hendrix, Emerson, Lake and Palmer. As the story sadly goes, Jimi Hendrix died shortly before the English rock group was set to jam with him in 1970. At 7 tonight, catch two-thirds of the still-famous trio at "An Intimate Evening With Keith Emerson and Greg Lake" at the Pikes Peak Center (190 S. Cascade Ave., pikespeakcenter.com). They'll be performing acoustic takes on the music of ELP as well as their earlier bands, the Nice and King Crimson; it's billed as an "unplugged prelude" to a reunion concert by ELP in the U.K. this July. Tickets are $32 to $42. — Jill Thomas

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