A long time ago, one of our members called Nisimoto, produced what was the definitive resource for live performances of the band. It was a kind of discography of bootlegs, but more than that. A while back, he decided to stop working on this reference guide and deleted his site for reasons only known to him, and I'm certainly not going to press him on it. However, someone took it upon themselves to use the Internet Time Machine and to put a copy of the resource on a Geocities website.
This has bothered me for some time, because I thought it was a lot of good work gone to waste and despite the misgivings of the originator, I wanted to preserve the discography too. I've held off, and since its demise I often get the odd email asking me where to find it, asking where it went, and now I think there's been enough time passed for us to host an archive version of the King Crimson live website here.
I'm not updating it, I'm not the creator or librarian, I'm just keeping a digital copy available. If anyone out there wants to make additions to the work, I am more than willing to integrate their work into the archive in order to keep it up-to-date, but I doubt anyone would want to take on such an arduous responsibility.
But now, you can access a copy of that old site here:http://www.projekction.net/crimsonlive/
Now pay thanks to Nisi for his hard work.