My brother, Robert Fripp, is the subject of a fascinating BBC documentary. Though he wouldn’t describe himself this way – he is truly a legendary guitarist and included on Rolling Stone’s list of 100 Greatest Guitarists.
Have you ever wanted to get up close and personal with Robert Fripp?
Are you curious about what he really thinks of life as a musician, the steps to take to go from beginner to mastery, and the responsibility of a musician and the audience for the quality of a musical performance?
Would you like to hear him tell his stories about having Jimi Hendrix say, “Shake my left hand, man; it’s closer to my heart.”?
Or how it felt to play in Hyde Park to 750,000 with The Rolling Stones?
Or what happened after the call from David Bowie saying, “Can you fly to Berlin and play some hairy rock and roll?” That led to the album of a generation, Heroes.
And so much more.
You may not be aware that Robert is as great a public speaker as he is a guitarist.
You can hear Robert Fripp’s presentations including, “From Beginner to Mastery: The Disciplines and Habits of Success” and “How to Be a Hero for More Than One Day.”