The Gilmour Project Serves Up “The Dark Slice” Livestream For Thanksgiving
On November 25, Thanksgiving night, The Gilmour Project will serve up The Dark Slice (of The Moon), performing original interpretations of Pink Floyd classics via a livestream and multimedia extravaganza. The virtual performance is set for 10 p.m. EST and will pay homage to Pink Floyd’s legendary best-selling album The Dark Side of The Moon plus material inspired by the accompanying 1972 tour.
Made up of a cast of all-star musicians including guitarist Jeff Pevar (CSN, David Crosby, Phil Lesh, Ray Charles), bassist Kasim Sulton (Todd Rundgren’s Utopia, Meatloaf, Blue Oyster Cult, Hall & Oates, Cheap Trick, Patti Smith), drummer Prairie Prince (The Tubes, Todd Rundgren, Jefferson Starship, Phil Lesh), guitarist Mark Karan (Bob Weir, RatDog, The Other Ones), and keyboardist Scott Guberman (Phil Lesh), The Gilmour Project debuted with a celebrated livestream from San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall on June 24. The ensemble will be taking Pink Floyd’s work to places it’s never been before including material that never appeared on The Dark Side Of The Moon that was released 15 months after the 1972 tour.
The performance will be accompanied by images and animation from legendary Austrian surrealist De Es Schwertberger. Tickets for the Thanksgiving livestream can be purchased via aftontickets.com. After the broadcast, fans can view the livestream up until December 25.
With an expansive North American tour planned for January and February 2022, The Gilmour Project will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side Of The Moon, which Pink Floyd first performed in January of 1972 at The Brighton Dome, U.K. They will perform and explore this masterwork in its entirety as Dark Side Of The Moon, Pieces For Assorted Lunatics, honoring the legendary band. Focusing on David Gilmour’s Pink Floyd repertoire, The Gilmour Project will do a deep dive into the exploration and improvisation that only Gilmour could create. Two sets will be performed nightly, one comprised of Dark Side Of The Moon in its entirety.
THE GILMOUR PROJECT 2022 TOUR:
Jan 1 – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
Jan 2 – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
Jan 5 – Keswick Theatre – Glenside, PA
Jan 6 – NYCB Theatre at Westbury – Westbury, NY
Jan 7 – Wellmont Theater – Montclair, NJ
Jan 8 – Santander Arena – Reading, PA
Jan 9 – Jergel’s Rhythm Grille – Warrendale, PA
Jan 11 – The Empire Theatre – Belleville, ON
Jan 12 – The Riviera Theatre – Tonawanda, NY
Jan 14 – Arcada Theatre – St Charles, IL
Jan 15 – The Des Plains Theatre – Des Plains, IL
Jan 16 – MGM Northfield Park – Northfield, OH
Jan 17 – Rock Hall ‘Media’ – Cleveland, OH
Jan 19 – Ridgefield Playhouse – Ridgefield, CT
Jan 20 – The Wilbur – Boston, MA
Jan 21 – The Strand Ballroom – Providence, RI
Jan 22 – Tupelo Music Hall – Derry, NH
Jan 23 – Upstate Concert Hall – Albany, NY
Jan 25 – Elevation 27 – Virginia Beach, VA
Jan 26 – Beacon Theatre – Hopewell, VA
Jan 27 – The Birchmere – Alexandria, VA
Jan 29 – Paramount Theatre – Denver, CO
Feb 2 – The Grand Ritz Theater.– Escondido, CA
Feb 3 – The Coach House – San Juan Capistrano, CA
Feb 4 – Celebrity Theatre – Phoenix, AZ
Feb 5 – Theater at Ace Hotel – Los Angeles, CA
Feb 9 – Pepsi Center – Mexico City, MX
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased via ticketmaster.com. For more information click on the links below.
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