Project David Gilmour offers “The Dark Slice” livestream for Thanksgiving • MUSICFESTNEWS

Project David Gilmour offers “The Dark Slice” livestream for Thanksgiving

November 25, Thanksgiving night, The Gilmour project be used for “The darkness Slice (of the moon) “, interpret original interpretations of Pink floyd classics via livestream and multimedia extravaganza. The virtual performance is scheduled for 10 p.m. EST and will pay tribute to the legendary and best-selling Pink Floyd album The dark side of the moon as well as material inspired by the accompanying 1972 tour.

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Composed of a cast of star musicians, including the 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 Meadow 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 famous livestream at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco on June 24. The set will take Pink Floyd’s work to places it has never been before, including material that has never appeared on The dark side of the moon which came out 15 months after the 1972 tour.

The performance will be accompanied by images and animations of the legendary Austrian surrealist From Es Schwertberger. Tickets for the Thanksgiving livestream can be purchased through After the broadcast, fans can watch the livestream until December 25.

With an extensive North American tour scheduled 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 1972 at Brighton Dome, UK. They will interpret and explore this masterpiece in its entirety as “Dark side of the Moon, Pieces for assorted fools, “ honor the legendary group. Focusing on David Gilmour’s Pink Floyd repertoire, The Gilmour project will dive deep into the exploration and improvisation that only Gilmour could create. Two sets will be played every evening, one comprising The dark side of the moon in its entirety.


January 1 – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, California
January 2 – The Regency Ballroom – San Francisco, California
January 5 – Keswick Theater – Glenside, Pennsylvania

January 6 – NYCB Theater in Westbury – Westbury, NY

January 7 – Wellmont Theater – Montclair, NJ
January 8 – Santander Arena – Reading, Pennsylvania
January 9 – Jergel’s Rhythm Grille – Warrendale, PA

January 11 – The Empire Theater – Belleville, ON

January 12 – The Riviera Theater – Tonawanda, NY

January 14 – Arcada Theater – St Charles, IL
January 15 – The Des Plains Theater – Des Plains, IL

January 16 – MGM Northfield Park – Northfield, OH

January 17 – Rock Hall “Media” – Cleveland, OH

January 19 – Ridgefield Playhouse – Ridgefield, Connecticut

January 20 – The Wilbur – Boston, MA
January 21 – The Strand Ballroom – Providence, RI

January 22 – Tupelo Music Hall – Derry, NH

January 23 – Upstate Concert Hall – Albany, NY
January 25 – Elevation 27 – Virginia Beach, Virginia
January 26 – Beacon Theater – Hopewell, VA
January 27 – The Birchmere – Alexandria, VA
January 29 – Paramount Theater – Denver, CO
February 2 – The Grand Ritz Theater.– Escondido, CA

February 3 – The Coach House – San Juan Capistrano, California

February 4 – Celebrity Theater – Phoenix, AZ

February 5 – Theater at the Ace Hotel – Los Angeles, CA

February 9 – Pepsi Center – Mexico City, MX

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased through For more information, click on the links below.

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