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David Gilmour performing at charity "Beatles Music" concert Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Friday, 31 May 2002

In a month that so far is dominated with Gilmour news, here's some more! He is due to appear at another concert held at Cowdray Park, Midhurst, West Sussex. Some of you will recall he played there a few years ago with members of Queen etc. Tickets for this black tie event, on Friday June 21st, are priced at £90 for basic entrance, or there are various marquee and tented picnic table tickets available (a tented self-catering picnic table seating up to 12 guests is £300 - plus the entrance tickets).

Full details can be found at the official Cowdray site; artists other than Gilmour appearing in "An Evening Of Beatles Music" include Ringo Starr, Roger Taylor, Mike Rutherford, Paul Carrack, Damon Hill(!) and "other special guests".

David Gilmour 2002 live DVD update Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Friday, 31 May 2002

The DVD of David's shows at the start of the year, seemingly including the Kate Bush appearance, is currently scheduled to be released in September/October. This date could change... In any case, check back for more details when they become available.

Roger Waters tour band - personnel change Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Thursday, 09 May 2002

One of the three backing vocalists - Linda Lewis - has not resumed her role for the second half of Roger Waters' In The Flesh tour due to family commitments. Taking her place is the equally talented Carol Kenyan, who has enjoyed a long career in the music business in her own right.

Roger Waters Rome gig - June 12th - location change? Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Wednesday, 01 May 2002

There appear to be problems with the staging of Roger's Rome gig on June 12th at the Curva Olympico - due to building works there it looks likely that the stadium will be closed until July 15th. The most likely scenario is that the concert will move to Rome's Flaminio Stadium. This is all subject to a number of things, not the least being local authority licencing! More information as we get it.

Roger Waters at Glastonbury - confirmed Print E-mail
Written by Matt   
Friday, 19 April 2002

Following our advance warning (including our chat with Norbert Stachel in February where the question of the potential set list was raised), we have had official confirmation from Roger's management that Mr Waters is DEFINITELY headlining the Sunday night of the Glastonbury Festival, on the Pyramid Stage.

Tickets are nearly sold out/completely sold out (depending on who you approach) and there will definitely not be any on the gates. If you've not bought a weekend ticket (£97.00 plus £3.00 booking fee) you won't get in. However, past festivals have been widely broadcast on television and radio.

It is currently believed that he is still scheduled for a one-hour slot. As Michael Eavis, who owns the farm that the festival is held on, is a big fan of Pink Floyd (and indeed was telling all and sundry that they were who he'd booked!) don't necessarily expect too much solo stuff...

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