David Gilmour returns to the Royal Albert Hall in 2016, following a run of five sold-out shows at the iconic venue earlier this year.
“The voice and guitar of Pink Floyd” is back at the hall on 25, 28, 29, and 30 September 2016.
Tickets for Gilmour’s only UK concerts to be announced for 2016 go on general sale on 4 December at 10 am.
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The Milk Carton Kids return to London in January as part of their first European headlining tour in almost two years.
The duo, who are hitting the road in support of their current album, Monterey, play Union Chapel in Islington on 22 January 2016.
‘Monterey’, which was released in May this year, was written on the stages of theatres, concert halls, and churches across North America. This approach to their third album enabled the Grammy nominated Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan to capture the same fearlessness usually only achieved in concert
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David Gilmour | Royal Albert Hall | 23 September 2015
Growing old isn’t easy. Even if you’re a global music icon. Do you dye your hair, get the brand back together, and play 40-year-old hits to sold-out stadiums around the world? Or record Christmas carols and Sinatra cover versions, stuff your shows with growled new songs, and reimagine beyond recognition the one bonafide classic you do play?
Sensibly, for his first solo London show in almost a decade, David Gilmour chooses neither extreme. Sure, he plays seven tracks from an album released less than a week ago. But they fit almost seamlessly into a carefully curated setlist that lovingly embraces the songs that helped sell 250 million albums. And although the legacy of the band he’s retired looms large — from the vintage clips projected on the familiar circular screen to the retro laser spectacle of ‘Comfortably Numb’ — this is by no means a Pink Floyd revival.
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