Roger Waters To Perform Reworked ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’ Album Live In London
The Pink Floyd co-founder is prepping a reworked version of the band’s classic album.
Roger Waters will present a live concert performance of his reworking of the classic Pink Floyd album The Dark Side Of The Moon. The co-founder of the legendary band will present The Dark Side Of The Moon Redux, his updated version of the album released in 1973, live in concert on October 8 at The London Palladium.
Waters will release The Dark Side Of The Moon Redux on October 6. Waters recruited members of his touring band to contribute to the new album, Gus Seyffert (bass, guitar, percussion, keys, synth, backing vocals), Joey Waronker (drums, percussion), Jonathan Wilson (guitars, synth, organ), Johnny Shepherd (organ, piano), Via Mardot (Theremin), Azniv Korkejian (vocals), Gabe Noel (String Arrangements, strings, Sarangi), Jon Carin (keyboards, lap steel, synth, organ) and Robert Walter (piano). The Waters and Seyffert co-produced The Dark Side of the Moon Redux ends with a 13-minute original composition inspired by the re-recording.
Tickets to Roger Waters performing The Dark Side of the Moon Redux live at The London Palladium go on sale on Friday, July 28 at 10 a.m. local venue time. Pre-sale ticket are available on Thursday, July 27. Purchase Roger Waters: The Dark Side of the Moon Redux tickets through LiveNation.
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