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DGM Goes Online For The First...
Sunday 21st, July 2024, marked the 26th anniversary of DGM going online for the first time.

Soundscape Bundle Italy 2006
There are seven previously unreleased Soundscape performances now available for...

Sheltering Skies
Sheltering Skies (Live in Fréjus, August 27th 1982) will be released on September 6th,...

Toyah & Robert's Weekend
Toyah & Robert's Upbeat Moments this week are 'all directly linked to the power and...

Toyah & Robert's Weekend
Toyah & Robert's latest Upbeat Moments and a vintage Sunday Lunch.

Good Evening, Columbia
Good Evening, Columbia

Toyah & Robert's Weekend
Toyah & Robert's latest Upbeat Moments and a vintage Sunday Lunch

DGM Goes Online For The First...
Sunday 21st, July 2024, marked the 26th anniversary of DGM going online for the first time.
Soundscape Bundle Italy 2006
There are seven previously unreleased Soundscape performances now...
Sheltering Skies
Sheltering Skies (Live in Fréjus, August 27th 1982) will be released on September 6th, 2024 presenting the complete King Crimson performance across 2 LPs pressed on 200gram vinyl or a single CD, both...
Toyah & Robert's Weekend
Toyah & Robert's Upbeat Moments this week are 'all directly linked to...
Toyah & Robert's Weekend
Toyah & Robert's latest Upbeat Moments and a vintage Sunday Lunch.
Toyah & Robert's Weekend
Toyah & Robert's latest Upbeat Moments and a vintage Sunday Lunch
David Singleton's Diary
Robert Fripp and I have now completed the first four speaking engagements of our "Englishmen Abroad" California tour. A travel day/day off in Agourra Hills yesterday, and now...
2025 Guitar Circle with RF
Just announced! Introduction To The Guitar Circle & The Orchestra Of Crafty Guitarists with Robert Fripp. April–...

David Singleton's Diary
My father died yesterday. Certainly not a tragedy, as he was ninety-one. And he had been...

David Singleton's Diary
I see that the Youtube channels have just uploaded the latest in the videos from Robert's...

Robert Fripp's Diary
10.48 Mobile HQ, Crimson Tourbus, currently at W.42 & 8th. Avenue, NYCNY. Farewell Hotel...

Court In On The Act DGM Live
Court In On The Act
King Crimson's debut album is featured in this piece about the potential return of the...

David Singleton's Diary
Inevitable Music Forgive me for stating the obvious - and repeating what has, no doubt,...

Robert Fripp's Diary
10.18 Bredonborough. On the afternoon of this day in 1984 my Father, Arthur Henry, flew...

Robert Fripp's Diary
20.33 A cold day here in Nashville & its environs. The first day of winding up the...

2025 Guitar Circle with RF
Just announced! Introduction To The Guitar Circle & The Orchestra Of Crafty Guitarists with Robert...
David Singleton's Diary
My father died yesterday. Certainly not a tragedy, as he was ninety-one. And he had been in great pain with cancer for the last few weeks, so probably a blessed release. But still a sad, and major event in my life. I am now an orphan! Last year, at the time of his ninetieth birthday, I wrote a diary where I described my entire life as a voyage around my father. And it remains true that he was my...
David Singleton's Diary
I see that the Youtube channels have just uploaded the latest in the videos from Robert's and my...
Robert Fripp's Diary
10.48 Mobile HQ, Crimson Tourbus, currently at W.42 & 8th. Avenue, NYCNY. Farewell Hotel Designer!...
Court In On The Act DGM Live
Court In On The Act
King Crimson's debut album is featured in this piece about the potential return of the album sleeve,...
David Singleton's Diary
Inevitable Music Forgive me for stating the obvious - and repeating what has, no doubt, been written many times before in these pages. Probably even by me. But I was struck this morning by the absolute absurdity of the music industry. Not the machinations, dodgy contracts, and double dealing. But by the underlying principle - namely ownership of music. The absurdity struck me, with an astonishing clarity, almost like the proverbial lightning bolt, while playing Bach’s Prelude No1 in C major....
Robert Fripp's Diary
10.18 Bredonborough. On the afternoon of this day in 1984 my Father, Arthur Henry, flew from this world while being held by my Mother. Fortunately, I had returned to Wimborne the day before (from the first two Guitar Craft courses). Several weeks later, while staying with my Sister in San Francisco, I had a vivid dream from which I woke. Feeling that this dream was...
Robert Fripp's Diary
20.33 A cold day here in Nashville & its environs. The first day of winding up the Crimson Beast of Terror in preparation for unleashing it on the world. Apparently, the English magazine Classic Rock, in their review of TPTB, suggests we should call it a day. This is the simple arrogance of a reviewer not yet quite grown out of believing their own reviews. Yet not quite...
David Singleton's Diary
Robert Fripp and I have now completed the first four speaking engagements of our "Englishmen Abroad" California tour. A travel day/day off in Agourra Hills yesterday, and...
Robert Fripp's Diary
12.59 Rising against gravity and with batteredness 08.00. 13.38 A morning of e-fury. Of the three evenings of Englishman Abroad so far, all have been very different and I...

Staying Sane on the Road

David Singleton's Diary
Today at the vicarage. On board the Betsy and at Virgin Records. London. The world of ideas continues to move forward. I spoke with Fripp and Singleton about a collaboration album,...
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