By a curious coincidence of fate, Gilmour has performed on the day of the tenth anniversary of the death of Syd Barrett, One of this days has played (watch video).
By a curious coincidence of fate, Gilmour has performed on the day of the tenth anniversary of the death of Syd Barrett, One of this days has played (watch video)The arena that until a month ago had hosted the castsof the victims of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD,
recognized as just the thunder of the drums, and the arpeggio of six mythological notes former Pink Floyd, in the smoke and flashes of light so similar to the sounds of the epic ancient drama. That’s why in Pompeii the music of British rock star has better grip. Recounts the terrifying moments and does so without emotion save approximately 3 thousand fans who have anticipated this historical exhibitionexhibition by Adrian Maben’, aperta in anteprima il 21 giugno per la Festa della Musica.
David Gilmour he group, formed by Chester Kamen on guitar, Guy Pratt on bass, Greg Phillinganes and Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Steve DiStanislao on drums, João Mello on saxophone and clarinet, Bryan Chambers, Louise Clare Marshall and Lucita Jules choirs. Of great beauty the spectacular play of light created by the light designer Mark Brickman, that transform continuously the colors of the stands, as well as the flames that occasionally light up on the upper ring of the Roman amphitheater.