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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Monday, July 27, 2015

David Gilmour Tickets Sell Out Within Minutes. New David Gilmour Tour Dates Announced.

After the selling out of David Gilmour Tickets within moments for the David Gilmour Tour, there have been four additional David Gilmour Tour Dates announced.

David Gilmour Tickets are on sale, for Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl on 25th March 2016, Toronto, Air Canada Centre, on 1st April 2016, Chicago, United Center, 4th April 2016, and New York, Madison Square Garden, on 12th April 2016.
The four extra dates are:

David Gilmour Tour 25 March 2016 – Los Angeles – Hollywood Bowl.

David Gilmour Tour 1 April 2016 – Toronto – Air Canada Centre

David Gilmour Tour 4 April 2016 – Chicago – United Center

David Gilmour Tour 12 April 2016 – New York – Madison Square Garden 

Saturday, July 18, 2015

David Gilmour Rattle That Lock Album and Tour

The new David Gilmour album Rattle That Lock is to be Released on Sept 18, 2015. David Gilmour North American Tour Dates Announced for 2016

David Gilmour new album Rattle That Lock will be released worldwide on Friday, September 18, 2015 on Columbia Records. The first single, also titled 'Rattle That Lock', was be released digitally Friday, July 17th, 2015.

David Gilmour's 2016 Tour dates have been confirmed for March and April, with stops in Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago and New York. David Gilmour Tickets will include the new album, as every David Gilmour ticket purchased online will include a Rattle That Lock CD*.

David Gilmour Tickets for the North American concert dates, David's first since the On An Island tour are on sale now with individual venue times listed below.

March 24, 2016 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles – on sale now
March 31, 2016 – Air Canada Centre, Toronto – on sale 10am now
April 8, 2016 – United Center, Chicago – on sale now

April 11, 2016 – Madison Square Garden, New York – on sale now
David Gilmour Tickets will also be available at or by phone. See the David Gilmour Tour home page for all details.

Rattle That Lock follows the 2006 #1 platinum album On An Island, and once again features novelist Polly Samson as main lyricist, as well as Phil Manzanera, who co-produced the album with David. The cover was art directed by Dave Stansbie from The Creative Corporation under the creative directorship of Aubrey Powell from Hipgnosis.

The tracklisting is:
1. 5 A.M. (Gilmour)
2. Rattle That Lock (Gilmour/Samson/Boumendil)
3. Faces Of Stone (Gilmour)
4. A Boat Lies Waiting (Gilmour/Samson)
5. Dancing Right In Front Of Me (Gilmour)
6. In Any Tongue (Gilmour/Samson)
7. Beauty (Gilmour)
8. The Girl In The Yellow Dress (Gilmour/Samson)
9. Today (Gilmour/Samson)
10. And Then... (Gilmour)

The title track, 'Rattle That Lock', was heard for the first time in the UK on BBC Radio 2's Chris Evans Show, hosted by Sara Cox, on Friday, July 17th and will be available immediately to download and stream worldwide. The song begins with the four notes, created by Michaël Boumendil, which precede announcements at French SNCF railway stations which David recorded on his phone at Aix-en-Provence station. Polly's lyrics were inspired by Book II of John Milton's Paradise Lost, which is also featured in her recent acclaimed novel, The Kindness. The single also features The Liberty Choir, as well as singers Mica Paris and Louise Marshall.

The Rattle That Lock album will be available on ITunes,  in a CD edition with clothbound, foil-blocked cover, including a 22-page booklet, but also on heavyweight vinyl, digital download and a deluxe box edition, which includes 4 Barn Jam films, 4 non-album audio tracks, 4 documentaries, and 2 promo clips. Available in CD+DVD or CD+Blu-ray versions, the deluxe edition also includes 2 hardback books, a double-sided poster, a postcard in a dedicated envelope and a David Gilmour plectrum.

Pre-ordering for all editions is available around the world on the David Gilmour Rattle That Lock Portal page.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Remembering Ian Newton

It is with a heavy heart that we remember the life of Ian Newton, who served as audio monitor engineer on The Wall Live tours.
Ian died of a heart attack just before Christmas 2014. Ian was known throughout the live production world as a kind, modest, and gentle man with a mind full of information. Ian's other credits include working with Kate Bush, The Police, Sting, Barbra Streisand, Oasis, Take That and Madonna.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Roger Waters interview on Speakeasy this coming Sunday (January 11th).

On US television show Speakeasy this coming Sunday (January 11th), Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, "The man behind The Wall", sits down with American television journalist Bill Weir to discuss his legendary career, along with the past, present and future of many of the underlying issues facing the world today. The show is broadcast on US public broadcasting television, and therefore is shown on a number of different channels across the country. If you are in the US, please check your local listings for details of when (and on which channel) the show will be airing near you.

Friday, December 26, 2014

My Pink Floyd hit tragedy

The revelations about the Americans’ torture of terror suspects have rightly caused outrage across the world. The U.S. government has owned up to the shadow of institutionalised brutality that has hung over ‘The Land Of The Free’ since the inception of the War On Terror after 9/11.The sense of disquiet should extend to the political establishment in Britain, given the mounting evidence that our own intelligence and security agencies may have colluded with the CIA in rendition, torture and a disregard for international human rights law including the Geneva Conventions. Nothing illustrates our own national disgrace more graphically than the case of Shaker Aamer, a 46-year-old family man from London, who has now been held for almost 13 years in the notorious detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, having been seized by the U.S. military in Afghanistan in November 2001. Shaker Aamer has been held without charge at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility since 2002 Shaker Aamer has been held without charge at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility since 2002 During Mr Aamer’s long spell of incarceration, he has never been put on trial or even had any charges levelled against him. He has been subjected to systematic torture, humiliation and degradation, deprived not just of his liberty, but of all rights normally afforded to those in custody yet to be proven guilty of any crime. The time has surely come for a judge-led inquiry to find out the true extent of Britain’s role in the barbaric treatment of Mr Aamer. Read more:

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Ça Ira Premeire 2.30.2015