Asia can be booked through this site. Asia entertainment booking site. Asia
is available for public concerts and events. Asia can be booked for
private events and Asia can be booked for corporate events and
meetings through this Asia booking page.
Unlike most middle agents that would mark
up the performance or appearance fee for Asia, we act as YOUR agent in
securing Asia at the best possible price. We go over the rider for
Asia and work directly with Asia or the responsible agent for
Asia to secure the talent for your event. We become YOUR agent,
representing YOU, the buyer.
In fact, in most cases we can negotiate for
the acquisition of Asia for international dates and newer promoters
providing you meet professional requirements.
Asia’s debut album exploded
onto the music scene in March 1982 with several Top 10 singles and
sales exceeding 7 million copies. This supergroup , featuring
bassist/vocalist John Wetton, drummer Carl Palmer, keyboardist Geoff
Downes, and guitarist Steve Howe, was the logical successor to their
collective bands of the 70s - Yes, ELP, King Crimson, UK, and The
The group came together in the spring of 1981. John Wetton's acclaimed
progressive rock band UK had collapsed a few years earlier. With
the help of manager Brian Lane, he wanted to form a new group with
guitarist Steve Howe, best known as the axeman for British Prog
superstars, Yes. Drummer Carl Palmer came into the fold next, having
just completed a decade of platinum releases and sold out tours
with Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Keyboardist Geoff Downes, who replaced
Rick Wakeman in Yes for the Drama album, had previously been half
of the pop duo The Buggles. They stormed the charts in 1979 with
the timeless classic Video Killed The Radio Star .
Labelled a supergroup by critics and the media from
the onset, it was a tag they had never asked for. Asia's music (and
rock’n’roll charisma) developed organically and effortlessly.
Though all four men had seen chart-topping success in their previous
bands, Asia had a special chemistry that fans and music industry
insiders were quick to recognize.