Who Is Toyah Willcox's Husband, Robert Fripp?
Toyah Willcox is married to Robert Fripp, a British musician, songwriter, and record producer.
Her husband is famed as one of the best guitarists, founders, and longest-lasting members of the progressive rock band King Crimson. In 1986, he released the first of two collaborations with his wife, Toyah Willcox.
In collaboration with Tucker Martine and Steve Ball, Robert has composed the startup sound of the Windows Vista operating system. His compositions often feature unusual asymmetric rhythms, influenced by classical and folk traditions.
In 1984, Fripp was offered a teaching position at the American Society for Continuous Education (ASCE) in Claymont Court, West Virginia.
Her husband is involved with the ASCE since 1978, eventually serving on its board of directors, and had long been considering the idea of teaching guitar.
His course, Guitar Craft, was begun in 1985, an offshoot of which was a performance group, "The League of Crafty Guitarists," which has released several albums.