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Dark Side of the Moon reaches another milestone
Posted by madhack on May 8, 2006
Billboard Magazine notes that Dark Side of the Moon has reached a new milestone: 1500 total weeks on the charts. This is, of course, on top of it holding the record for the longest time spent on the Top 200 charts. Congratulations to the band yet another demonstration of just what an important album DSoTM is.
US Roger Waters dates for fall 2006
Posted by madhack on Apr 25, 2006
Brain Damage reported a few days ago on additional Roger Waters 2006 tour dates, including a fall tour of the US. This has not yet appeared on Roger's official site, but as we always point out, Brain Damage is a very trustworthy source.
David Gilmour on "The Tonight Show"
Posted by madhack on Apr 20, 2006
"On an Island" Sneak Peak!
Posted by pulse on Mar 1, 2006
Clear Channel and Columbia Music are giving a sneak peak of David Gilmour's new album On An Island. You can listen to the album in its entirety with commentary provided David Gilmour himself. So if you can't hold off until the album drops next week, or if you wish to gain a bit of insight on the new material from the man himself, head on over and give it a listen by clicking here.
Billboard interviews Gilmour
Posted by pulse on Feb 22, 2006
The featured artist at Billboard this week is our beloved Gilmour. This insightful Q&A highlights his career with Pink Floyd, his new solo album On an Island, and his opinions on various music-related topics. You can check it out here.
Roger Waters European tour
Posted by madhack on Feb 15, 2006
Brain Damage is reporting that Roger Waters has confirmed a number of European tour dates this coming summer. While I've seen no independent verification, Brain Damage is usually VERY reliable.
UPDATE: Roger Waters's official site now confirms these dates as well.
Richard Wright to play Gilmour tour
Posted by madhack on Jan 27, 2006
David Gilmour's official site is now carrying the confirmed lineup for the upcoming tour. Familiar faces include Guy Pratt and Jon Carin, but what's most notable is the fact that Richard Wright is listed as a member of the touring band.
Richard, of course, joined David on stage for parts of his acoustic shows that became part of the In Concert DVD, but for those of us who couldn't be at that show, at the Roger Waters shows where Nick Mason sat in, or at Live 8, this should be a nice partial reunion.
"On An Island" pre-order
Posted by madhack on Jan 27, 2006
David Gilmour's new release, On An Island, can now be pre-ordered at its album page ahead of its March 7th release.
Pulse DVD delayed... again
Posted by madhack on Jan 25, 2006
Gilmour announces tour dates for North America
Posted by madhack on Dec 19, 2005
Billboard is carrying the news that David Gilmour has announced his North American tour. It appears to be a limited tour, with performances in New York, Toronto, Chicago, Oakland (San Francisco), and Los Angeles throughout April. Pre-sale begins tomorrow on David Gilmour's website, with general availability the weekend of January.
The article also notes that Gilmour intends to mix new solo songs with Pink Floyd tunes on this tour. It's also interesting to note that all of the announced venues are smaller theaters rather than large arenas; tickets are likely to go very fast.
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