Teenage Cancer Trust: inediti di Mccartney, The Who, Pulp e altri

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Per l’annuale rassegna che si tiene alla Royal Albert Hall ,curata dal fondatore Roger Daltrey, faranno parte di ‘Unseen’, l’evento in streaming del Teenage Cancer Trust. Parteciperanno anche Who, Muse, Ed Sheeran e Noel Gallagher

Teenage Cancer Trust, l’associazione benefica britannica che lavora per aiutare i giovani malati di cancro, ha annunciato una fitta programmazione streaming per sostituire il concerto che organizzano ogni anno e che è stato bloccato dalla pandemia. Artisti come Cure, Pulp, Paul McCartney pubblicheranno online video inediti dei loro concerti. Insieme a loro anche Who, Muse, Ed Sheeran, Them Crooked Vultures e altri. Tutti i live saranno disponibili gratuitamente su YouTube, e gli spettatori potranno contribuire alle attività dell’associazione con delle donazioni.

Lo stream inizierà il 9 ottobre con i Muse, che trasmetteranno un live del 2008. Paul McCartney è previsto per l’11, con un concerto del 2012, mentre i Cure, con un set del 2014, il 18 ottobre. La lista completa delle performance è disponibile a questo indirizzo

Lo stesso Daltrey ha messo in scena nel 2011 l’opera Tommy con la partecipazione straordinaria di Pete Townshend che intepretato The Acid Queen in una versione acustica da solo e alla fine dello show, Baba O’Reily con la band californiana che segue Roger nei tour mondiali di Tommy.

More info @https://www.teenagecancertrust.org/about-us/our-story/music/royal-albert-hall

I biglietti saranno messi in vendita a partire dal 19 febbraio presso questi  siti:

Tickets from £25 plus booking fee will be available from these partners:

seetickets.com / 0871 220 0260

gigsandtours.com / 0844 811 0051

ticketmaster.co.uk / 0844 844 0444

royalalberthall.com / 0845 401 5030

Every year Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall raises essential funds to support the charity’s work. I am incredibly proud of what we have already achieved and am inspired about what we will accomplish together.

Over the years I’ve been lucky enough to be part of many very memorable moments in the shows history. I have many fond memories such as playing a surprise support set for Richard Ashcroft with Paul Weller, Kelly Jones, Liam and Noel Gallagher; or seeing Little Britain’s first live performance and the Kaiser Chiefs opening up for Franz Ferdinand before taking the music world by storm. “

Roger Daltrey

Gli Show precedenti, guarda la gallery

https://www.teenagecancertrust.org/about-us/our-story/music/previous-shows?page=1

 

2014

“The Cure are once again delighted and honoured to be playing the Royal Albert Hall for the benefit of Teenage Cancer Trust.” – Robert Smith, The Cure

2013

“Thanks to Roger and Teenage Cancer Trust, I’ve had some of the best nights I’ve ever had on a UK stage. The people who run the charity are amazing and the kids are an inspiration.” – Noel Gallagher

2012

“I’d always wanted to play for Teenage Cancer Trust but for the first few years I was away on tour and we couldn’t make it work. In 2011 I was asked to do it and couldn’t so then I got the date in my diary for 2012. You could say the whole McCartney year was based around Teenage Cancer Trust!” – Paul McCartney

2011

“Nothing feels better than to be doing this for Teenage Cancer Trust. This could possibly be the best gig ever.” – Tinie Tempah

2010

“It was of my favourite shows of all time. We were dripping with sweat when we came off stage and I can’t remember who said it, but someone said we have got to do that again.” – Brett Anderson, Suede

2009

“It’s so amazing to be here … this space, the people, for this cause – it really means so much to me.” – Florence Welch

2008

“We had one of the best gigs of our lives. For a really good cause as well.” – Matt Bellamy, Muse

2007

“It’s great we can continue to support Teenage Cancer Trust and help them make a difference. We were inspired after meeting some of the teenagers with cancer at our gigs over the years and it really made us want to do more for the charity.” – Kasabian

2006

“Teenage Cancer Trust is one of my favourite charities and the Royal Albert Hall events are a privilege to be involved with. For me it makes a lovely change to be helping teenagers with illnesses, instead of giving them a virus …” – Russell Brand
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