Roger Waters has announced the debut live performance of The Dark Side of the Moon Redux will take place at The London Palladium on October 8.
Marking the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd‘s 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon, Waters announced last week that he will release its remix, titled The Dark Side of the Moon Redux, on October 6.
The Pink Floyd co-founder has not invited any of his former bandmates to the premiere. Gus Seyffert (Bass), Joey Waronker (Drums), Jonathan Wilson (Guitars), Johnny Shepherd (Organ), Via Mardot (Theremin), Azniv Korkejian (Vocals), Gabe Noel (Strings), Jon Carin (Keyboards) and Robert Walter (Piano) will share the stage with him.
Waters’ long-time Creative Director Sean Evans has designed the concert.
Announcing the premiere date, Waters said, “We’re going to do it live at the London Palladium, in October…We look forward to that…hopefully performing it live on other occasions in the future.”
Pre-sales for Roger Waters live performance began at 10 am on July 26, while general on-sale starts at 10 am (local time) on July 28 via the Live Nation website.
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