Emerson, Lake & Palmer were one of the most popular and commercially successful progressive rock bands in the 1970s with an estimated 48 million records sold worldwide. ELP revolutionized the 70's rock scene by introducing a new line-up format and generated a level of music never achieved by anybody else as of yet.
Noddy’s Puncture delivers the authentic 70's ELP experience to the finest detail. From the first Emerson lake and Palmer album to Tarkus, Trilogy, Brain Salad Surgery and Works 1.
Tom Szakaly plays Keith Emerson with technical brilliance and stagecraft leaving audiences spellbound using a vintage Moog modular synthesizer, Hammond organ, Daggers and pyrotechnics. Ed Blaney recreates Greg Lake's vocals, bass, electric, acoustic guitar performance complete with the infamous carpet. Frank Askew delivers the power and sophistication of Carl Palmer’s drumming using acoustic kit, drum synthesizer, gong and bell.
The band was honoured to play at Keith Emerson’s memorial tribute concert at the Birmingham Symphony Hall alongside Rick Wakeman, Marc Bonilla and orchestra conducted by Terje Mikkelsen.
This is a prog rock show not to be missed.
“Noddy’s Puncture may have a humorous band name but under the auspices of Tom Szakaly’s attention to detail it becomes very serious. The band has certainly captured the music of Emerson, Lake and Palmer.” Keith Emerson