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Over the past ten years Will Varley has been building an army of followers. Along the way he's picked up high praise from the likes of Billy Bragg, Frank Turner and late Pretty Things frontman Phil May. May, who was cited as an influence by both David Bowie and Jimmy Hendrix, became an avid fan of Varley's music before his death, even covering one of his songs on the band's final 2021 album, 'Bare As Bone Bright As Blood'.

The 35 year old songwriter has come a long way since his days haunting the acoustic nights of South London and busking around on The Underground. He's travelled the world, as support act for Frank Turner, Valerie June and The Proclaimers and has sold out his own shows as far afield as New York, Berlin, Amsterdam.

When the lockdown hit Will took the opportunity to hone his production skills, building a makeshift studio in his basement in Kent and recording a new album. A few weeks after it was released he received a call from Platinum selling singer-songwriter Eagle Eye Cherry who loved the atmosphere he'd created and Will went on to produce his 2022 single 'Hit And Run'.

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Will wolf-watchers flock to Colorado? Tourism leaders have mixed opinions

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Wolves don’t just fascinate or intrigue Nathan Varley. They’re his livelihood.

Varley and his wife, Linda Thurston, run a wolf-watching business called Yellowstone Wolf Tracker. For 17 years they’ve helped hundreds of tourists glimpse and photograph the national park’s famous wolf packs. Customers also see bison, grizzly bears and other wildlife. But it’s the wolves that most tourists travel for—and pay specifically to see.

“If there weren’t wolves, we wouldn’t have a business,” Varley said last month near his home in Gardiner, Montana.

Raised in Yellowstone by park ranger parents, Varley is a biologist who volunteered to help with the park’s gray wolf recovery project in 1995. He’s since studied and advocated for wolves while building a business around the opportunities to view them.

Varley said his customers come from all over the globe and will spend as many as six days on wolf watching trips that start before dawn.

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Some of his customers are profoundly affected by their wolf watching experiences. One of Varley's wolf-watching students was so inspired by the experience, he went on to write and research what would become a New York Times bestseller about Yellowstone's wolves.

“They're the type of people that not just want to see a wolf in Yellowstone, but want to see lions in Kenya, and whales in the Puget Sound,” Varley said of his clients.

And they pay a lot to see the wildlife.

Guided hikes with Varley and his half dozen naturalists start at $800. A six-day wildlife viewing package with lodging on the banks of the Yellowstone River can run around $2,750 per person.

People in winter coats stand in snow behind cameras on tripods looking toward snow- and tree-covered mountains in the distance.

“The value of wolves in Yellowstone to all the gateway communities around the park is somewhere on the order of $82 million each year,” Varley said, citing the most recent economic studies of the tourism benefits of wolf watching in Montana.

So Varley sounded surprised last month when he heard some tourism leaders on Colorado’s West Slope said they would never market the state’s newly-introduced wolves, citing their predatory nature.

Varley sees Colorado’s wolves as an attraction that should be protected. He points to the state’s abundance of open land and wide valleys as a reason wolf-watching could develop organically.

“You have North Park and South Park. Big, wide open spaces in the mountains that might be great for wolf watching if there's the right kind of roads and access,” he said. “I think wolves will be an attraction in Colorado…They're just kind of this extra quality of the wild landscape that you have. It’s like, ‘Oh, we could see a wolf. We could hear one howling at our campsite.’”

But so far, at the dawn of Colorado’s wolf reintroduction project, tourism leaders in mountain towns are offering mixed views on the animals. Some are fearful or indifferent, while others are cautiously optimistic they could become an attraction.

Attraction or detriment?

In Glenwood Springs, tourism director Lisa Langer told KUNC in December she wouldn’t put wolves on marketing brochures.

“No, I don't think the wolf introduction will be a boon to tourism,” Langer said. “I think that it may be a detriment in some ways.”

Langer said she worries that because wolves are predators, they might scare away some visitors from the hiking trails near Glenwood Springs, just as mountain lions do.

And tourism leaders in the nearby Vail Valley also appear skeptical of the potential for wolves to draw crowds. Chris Romer, the president of the Vail Valley Partnership, said there had been “zero” conversations about wolf tourism. Instead he raised the fear of wolves killing livestock in the area.

“It does impact our ranchers and farming community,” Romer said. “We’ve seen zero discussion or impact or momentum or anything in regards to tourism.”

But in Grand County, where the first wolves from Oregon were released in December, tourism board leader Gaylene Ore isn’t ruling out the possibility of marketing the wolves.

People stand behind a large black kennel in open golden grasslands with a black wolf racing away from them.

She said if packs establish themselves in nearby Rocky Mountain National Park and officials there choose to promote wolf-watching with the backing of wildlife officials, she’d “get on the bandwagon, for sure.”

“There’s just something alluring about them,” Ore said of wolves in the wild. “It's kind of what you think about when you think of the West.”

Ore said she shares the concerns about wolves impacts on the ranching community. And she said any potential marketing of wolves would need to be done “responsibly” with an emphasis on how to view them safely without clogging roads and trespassing on private property.

“I don’t think it’s anything that would happen soon,” she said. “It’s so early, you know, packs haven't even formed or anything like that."

Last year, Ore traveled to Yellowstone and went on a wildlife viewing tour in part to get a better understanding of the impacts of wolf reintroduction.

“It was fascinating to go to Yellowstone, but it's a little bit different situation there than it is here,” Ore said. “We just don't have the land space that they have to do such tours like that. I think (wolves) are amazing creatures to watch. But, again, I think as a county, we just really want to be respectful and do what's right by all of our stakeholders.”

Interest building

Whether an organized tourism industry develops or not, Colorado’s wolves are already drawing crowds, both in person and online.

Ore said when one of Colorado’s new wolves was spotted on a remote road near Kremmling earlier this year, there was an uptick in vehicle traffic in the area.

“And it just flooded that area,” she said.

There are other signs of growing interest in the state’s wolves. Wolf tracking pages are popping up on social media, with followers being not only wolf enthusiasts but also ranchers who want to know where the wolves are to protect their livestock.

In Cripple Creek, wildlife photographer Steve Krull said he’s planning to try and photograph the wolves this summer. He said snapping shots of the wolves is a bucket list item for many photographers.

“I'm also just fascinated with their intelligence and the expressions on their faces, and the way they live,” he said.

Back in Montana, wolf tracker Nathan Varley also sees wolf watching opportunities developing for Coloradans.

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“As soon as, maybe on social media, there starts to be regular sightings, then all of a sudden you'll get people showing up,” he said. “So even if you don't have a more formalized industry going where people are taking people out to see them, I think wolves will be an attraction.”

Meanwhile, there have been no reported livestock deaths from the newly introduced wolves so far. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is also planning to hire new wildlife conflict specialists who can help ranchers deploy fencing and other wolf deterrents.

Now, wildlife officials are readying themselves for another potential milestone: It’s breeding season, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials say they’ll know soon whether any of the new wolves have had pups.

"Around mid-April is when we would probably have more information about whether a den has been dug and reproduction has happened," said Reid DeWalt, who is overseeing the state's wolf reintroduction program. "So stay tuned."

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Wolves don’t just fascinate or intrigue Nathan Varley. They’re his livelihood.

Varley and his wife, Linda Thurston, run a wolf-watching business called Yellowstone Wolf Tracker. For 17 years they’ve helped hundreds of tourists glimpse and photograph the national park’s famous wolf packs. Customers also see bison, grizzly bears and other wildlife. But it’s the wolves that most tourists travel for—and pay specifically to see.

“If there weren’t wolves, we wouldn’t have a business,” Varley said last month near his home in Gardiner, Montana.

Raised in Yellowstone by park ranger parents, Varley is a biologist who volunteered to help with the park’s gray wolf recovery project in 1995. He’s since studied and advocated for wolves while building a business around the opportunities to view them.

Varley said his customers come from all over the globe and will spend as many as six days on wolf watching trips that start before dawn.

Some of his customers are profoundly affected by their wolf watching experiences. One of Varley's wolf-watching students was so inspired by the experience, he went on to write and research what would become a New York Times bestseller about Yellowstone's wolves.

“They're the type of people that not just want to see a wolf in Yellowstone, but want to see lions in Kenya, and whales in the Puget Sound,” Varley said of his clients.

And they pay a lot to see the wildlife.

Guided hikes with Varley and his half dozen naturalists start at $800. A six-day wildlife viewing package with lodging on the banks of the Yellowstone River can run around $2,750 per person.

“The value of wolves in Yellowstone to all the gateway communities around the park is somewhere on the order of $82 million each year,” Varley said, citing the most recent economic studies of the tourism benefits of wolf watching in Montana.

So Varley sounded surprised last month when he heard some tourism leaders on Colorado’s West Slope said they would never market the state’s newly-introduced wolves, citing their predatory nature.

Varley sees Colorado’s wolves as an attraction that should be protected. He points to the state’s abundance of open land and wide valleys as a reason wolf-watching could develop organically.

“You have North Park and South Park. Big, wide open spaces in the mountains that might be great for wolf watching if there's the right kind of roads and access,” he said. “I think wolves will be an attraction in Colorado…They're just kind of this extra quality of the wild landscape that you have. It’s like, ‘Oh, we could see a wolf. We could hear one howling at our campsite.’”

But so far, at the dawn of Colorado’s wolf reintroduction project, tourism leaders in mountain towns are offering mixed views on the animals. Some are fearful or indifferent, while others are cautiously optimistic they could become an attraction.

Attraction or detriment?

In Glenwood Springs, tourism director Lisa Langer told KUNC in December she wouldn’t put wolves on marketing brochures.

“No, I don't think the wolf introduction will be a boon to tourism,” Langer said. “I think that it may be a detriment in some ways.”

Langer said she worries that because wolves are predators, they might scare away some visitors from the hiking trails near Glenwood Springs, just as mountain lions do.

And tourism leaders in the nearby Vail Valley also appear skeptical of the potential for wolves to draw crowds. Chris Romer, the president of the Vail Valley Partnership, said there had been “zero” conversations about wolf tourism. Instead he raised the fear of wolves killing livestock in the area.

“It does impact our ranchers and farming community,” Romer said. “We’ve seen zero discussion or impact or momentum or anything in regards to tourism.”

But in Grand County, where the first wolves from Oregon were released in December, tourism board leader Gaylene Ore isn’t ruling out the possibility of marketing the wolves.

She said if packs establish themselves in nearby Rocky Mountain National Park and officials there choose to promote wolf-watching with the backing of wildlife officials, she’d “get on the bandwagon, for sure.”

“There’s just something alluring about them,” Ore said of wolves in the wild. “It's kind of what you think about when you think of the West.”

Ore said she shares the concerns about wolves impacts on the ranching community. And she said any potential marketing of wolves would need to be done “responsibly” with an emphasis on how to view them safely without clogging roads and trespassing on private property.

“I don’t think it’s anything that would happen soon,” she said. “It’s so early, you know, packs haven't even formed or anything like that."

Last year, Ore traveled to Yellowstone and went on a wildlife viewing tour in part to get a better understanding of the impacts of wolf reintroduction.

“It was fascinating to go to Yellowstone, but it's a little bit different situation there than it is here,” Ore said. “We just don't have the land space that they have to do such tours like that. I think (wolves) are amazing creatures to watch. But, again, I think as a county, we just really want to be respectful and do what's right by all of our stakeholders.”

Interest building

Whether an organized tourism industry develops or not, Colorado’s wolves are already drawing crowds, both in person and online.

Ore said when one of Colorado’s new wolves was spotted on a remote road near Kremmling earlier this year, there was an uptick in vehicle traffic in the area.

“And it just flooded that area,” she said.

There are other signs of growing interest in the state’s wolves. Wolf tracking pages are popping up on social media, with followers being not only wolf enthusiasts but also ranchers who want to know where the wolves are to protect their livestock.

In Cripple Creek, wildlife photographer Steve Krull said he’s planning to try and photograph the wolves this summer. He said snapping shots of the wolves is a bucket list item for many photographers.

“I'm also just fascinated with their intelligence and the expressions on their faces, and the way they live,” he said.

Back in Montana, wolf tracker Nathan Varley also sees wolf watching opportunities developing for Coloradans.

“As soon as, maybe on social media, there starts to be regular sightings, then all of a sudden you'll get people showing up,” he said. “So even if you don't have a more formalized industry going where people are taking people out to see them, I think wolves will be an attraction.”

Meanwhile, there have been no reported livestock deaths from the newly introduced wolves so far. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is also planning to hire new wildlife conflict specialists who can help ranchers deploy fencing and other wolf deterrents.

Now, wildlife officials are readying themselves for another potential milestone: It’s breeding season, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials say they’ll know soon whether any of the new wolves have had pups.

"Around mid-April is when we would probably have more information about whether a den has been dug and reproduction has happened," said Reid DeWalt, who is overseeing the state's wolf reintroduction program. "So stay tuned."

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Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, Steve Vai, Danny Carey Announce 2024 Tour Dates For King Crimson Tribute, BEAT [Video]

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King Crimson members  Adrian Belew and  Tony Levin will celebrate the music of the seminal progressive rock band with a tour this fall alongside a new band featuring drummer Danny Carey (Tool) and guitar wizard  Steve Vai . The project, dubbed BEAT , will perform selections from the three albums King Crimson released in the 1980s: Discipline ,  Beat , and  Three of a Perfect Pair . Vai also indicated that other choice selections from the band’s discography could show up in setlists.

The extensive 42-date North American tour will kick off on September 12th in San Jose. BEAT will play theaters across the country in L.A., Dallas, New York City, Toronto, Cleveland, Nashville, Chicago, Denver, and many more before wrapping on November 8th in Las Vegas. The trek will follow summer tours for Tool and Belew’s Remain In Light celebration with Talking Head  Jerry Harrison .

“The 1981 through 1984 King Crimson created a music all its own,” Belew said in a press release. “Timeless. Beautiful. Complex. Fierce. For the fans who lived through it then, and the ones who never got to witness it, our aim is to bring it to life again. A monumental task but we’re going for it! There are not enough exclamation points to express my excitement!”

Tool’s legacy has long been associated with the pioneering work of King Crimson. Aside from the progressive influences, King Crimson also played a stretch of shows opening for Tool back in 2001, which resulted in an onstage collaboration between Crimson mastermind Robert Fripp and Tool on “ Sober “.

“I am very excited to share the stage with three of my favorite musicians on the planet,” Carey said. “Tony, Steve, and Adrian have always been a source of inspiration for me since the beginning of my career, and now to be able to share a bit of my musical journey with them is a dream come true.”

Related: Rush’s Alex Lifeson Joins Tool For “Jambi” In Toronto [Watch]

BEAT has earned the endorsement of famously prickly Robert Fripp, who even takes credit for coming up with the band’s name.

“This is the project that Adrian Belew called me about last Autumn,” Fripp wrote on Facebook , “a project which I support and fully encourage, and discussed with Steve Vai recently at McCabes in Santa Monica. Even, I suggested the name.”

An artist pre-sale is currently underway for tickets to the BEAT tour celebrating King Crimson, accessible using the code “BEATTOUR”. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, April 5th at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster .

The band recently sat for a lengthy interview with YouTuber and music producer/educator Rick Beato , available below. Belew also laid out a timeline of how the group came together (over five years) on his Facebook page .

BEAT’s 2024 Tour Dates: 09/12 – San Jose, CA @ San Jose Civic 09/13 – Napa, CA @ Blue Note Napa Summer Sessions at Meritage Resort 09/14 – Los Angeles, CA @ The United Theater on Broadway 09/15 – Anaheim, CA @ City National Grove of Anaheim 09/17 – San Diego, CA @ Humphrey’s Concerts 09/18 – Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theatre 09/20 – Austin, TX @ The Paramount Theatre 09/21 – Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Centre 09/22 – Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre 09/24 – Atlanta, GA @ The Eastern 09/26 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ The Parker 09/27 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live 09/28 – Clearwater, FL @ Ruth Eckerd Hall 09/29 – Charleston, SC @ Charleston Music Hall 10/01 – Charlotte, NC @ Knight Theater 10/02 – Durham, NC @ Carolina Theatre of Durham / Fletcher Hall 10/04 – Washington, D.C. @ Warner Theatre 10/05 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre 10/06 – Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theatre 10/08 – Richmond, VA @ Carpenter Theater in Dominion Energy Center 10/09 – Red Bank, NJ @ Count Basie Center 10/11 – Boston, MA @ Shubert Theatre 10/12 – Hampton Beach, NH @ Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom 10/14 – Halifax, NS @ Rebecca Cohen Auditorium 10/15 – Moncton, NB @ Casino New Brunswick 10/17 – Montreal, QC @ Maisonneuve Theatre 10/18 – Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall 10/19 – Rochester, NY @ Kodak Center 10/21 – Albany, NY @ The Egg 10/22 – Greensburg, PA @ Palace Theatre 10/23 – Reading, PA @ Santander Performing Arts Center 10/25 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre 10/26 – Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre 10/27 – Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre 10/28 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium 10/30 – Indianapolis, IN @ Murat Theatre 11/01 – Chicago, IL @ Copernicus Center 11/02 – Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theatre 11/03 – Madison, WI @ Orpheum Theater 11/04 – Minneapolis, MN @ State Theatre 11/06 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre 11/08 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Theater at Virgin Hotels

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