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David Gilmour

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  • Secret Policeman's Ball 2012 set for March 4 in New York City

     
    Secret Policeman's Ball on Sunday, March 4, in New York City will bring comedians and pop music acts together to generate funds for Amnesty International. The latest Secret Policeman's Ball show is part of 50th anniversary celebration activities by the...
  • Concert review: “The Wall” Live at Amway Center

     
    Forget all those mind-boggling Pink Floyd planetarium shows, classic-rock loyalists. That’s nothing more than a laser-powered nostalgia trip now, a collection of balloon animals at a child’s birthday party compared with the emotionally charged...
  • Roger Waters' 'The Wall' a spectacle of absorbing proportions at Citizens Bank Park

     
    Roger Waters' “The Wall” returned to Philly Saturday night, but this time the spectacle was under the stars (well, clouds) at the near capacity Citizens Bank Park. And what a spectacle it was – pyrotechnics, giant puppets, an airplane...
  • Crosby, Nash captivating, fun, original in Easton

     
    David Crosby and Graham Nash captivated Tuesday night in a concert at the State Theatre in Easton punctuated with with countless standing ovations and shoutouts from the audience. The legendary sing-songwriter-rockers, backed by a rocking band,...
  • Jazz review: Angel City Jazz Festival at the Ford Amphitheatre [Updated]

     
    Tigran Hamasyan and Rudresh Mahanthappa lead the Angel City Jazz Festival's biggest night, which featured sounds as diverse, rewarding and tough to define as the city it calls home....
  • Concerts announced Monday include Steve Winwood, Merle Haggard, Lunatic Luau

    Concerts announced Monday include Steve Winwood, Merle Haggard, Lunatic Luau
    It's been a happy Monday when it comes to concert announcements. It's starting to look like a logjam has been broken. Live Nation and WNOR-FM (98.7) said that the Lunatic Luau hard rock festival will return May 4 with a lineup including Shinedown and...
  • Concert review: Roger Waters, 'The Wall' at Wrigley Field

    Concert review: Roger Waters, 'The Wall' at Wrigley Field
    Roger Waters has been touring his Pink Floyd-era double-album “The Wall” around the world for the last two years, giving the 1979 warhorse a long, lavish victory lap that landed Friday at Wrigley Field. Perhaps only Waters could build a...
  • Have a Cigar: The Pink Floyd Experience tackles Wish You Were Here at the Jorgensen Center in Storrs on Feb. 17-18

    Have a Cigar: The Pink Floyd Experience tackles Wish You Were Here at the Jorgensen Center in Storrs on Feb. 17-18
    If you grew up in the ’80s and had hip older siblings, chances are you had LPs or cassettes of Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals and The Wall, the classic quartet of post-Syd Barrett Pink Floyd albums, floating around your house....
  • British pop stars form group to demand more power

    British pop stars form group to demand more power
    Some of Britain's biggest music stars announced Saturday they are banding together to demand greater control over their music in the digital age. Radiohead, Robbie Williams and Kaiser Chiefs are among more than 60 founding members of the Featured...
  • "Breakthrough" -- Richard Wright and David Gilmour (YouTube video)

    "Breakthrough" -- Richard Wright and David Gilmour (YouTube video)
  • PASSINGS

    Glenn 'Jeep' Davis Hurdler was gold medalist Glenn "Jeep" Davis, 74, a three-time Olympic gold-medal hurdler, died Wednesday at a hospice in Barberton, Ohio, after a long illness. Davis was gold medalist in the 400-meter hurdles at the 1956 Melbourne...
  • Screening process

    few pages into "The Film Club," the smart new memoir by Canadian film critic David Gilmour, it becomes clear that if he ever saw any of MGM's squeaky-clean Andy Hardy movies while growing up, they left little impression on him. It's doubtful that the...