Tag Archives: Greg Lake

#286 – 2016 In Memoriam – A Salute to Fallen Rockers

Our first show of 2017 is a joint collaboration between Icon Fetch and Dan Miles of the Friends of Dan Music Podcast. We profile several of the legendary artists that passed away in the brutal year that was 2016.

Through the magic of modern technology, Dan and Tony (in Arizona and Ohio, respectively) trade off giving tributes to Prince, Glenn Frey of the Eagles, David Bowie, Maurice White of Earth, Wind, & Fire, Leon Russell, Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane, Merle Haggard, and Keith Emerson & Greg Lake of Emerson, Lake & Palmer.

A much more in-depth version of the show is available at the Friends of Dan Music Podcast by clicking here

#187 – Greg Lake – Songs of a Lifetime

Greg Lake is one of the most recognized voices in all of rock.  His vocals have adorned such classic rock staples as “Court of the Crimson King,” “Lucky Man,” “Still You Turn Me On,” and “From the Beginning.”  Lake’s latest project is called “Songs of a Lifetime,”  a document of his recent interactive tour where he played some of his most famous songs and told the stories behind their creation.

Icon Fetch talks with the former King Crimson and Emerson, Lake & Palmer vocalist & multi-instrumentalist about the intimate, interactive shows that he’s done, the process of writing his autobiography, and the idea of “shared music” that has gone by the wayside in the iPod era.  He also tells us the great story behind “Lucky Man.”