David Gilmour, the Pink Floyd vocalist and guitarist, returns to the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London this September.
David Gilmour at the Royal Albert Hall
Updated: 30 June 2016
David Gilmour has confirmed four shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall after the roaring success of Rattle That Lock, his fourth solo album.
The singer, whose best known as the vocalist and guitarist of Pink Floyd, is set to perform at the celebrated London venue for four nights during September. The gigs will run from Friday 23 until Friday 30 September.
The concerts follow his dates in 2015 which saw David Gilmour play for five nights at the venue, in support of Rattle That Lock.
Now, David Gilmour returns to the venue to celebrate the incredible success of the collection. The album charted at No.1 in the UK and internationally. His first solo album since 2006’s On An Island, the collection includes singles Rattle That Lock, Today and Faces Of Stone.
Born in Cambridge in 1946, David Gilmour spent his youth busking around Europe befriending fellow musicians. In 1967, Nick Mason asked the singer and guitarist to join Pink Floyd. The group went on to become one of the most internationally successful bands of all time.
As a solo star, David Gilmour continued the success he enjoyed with Pink Floyd. He has released four solo studio albums - David Gilmour (1978), About Face (1984), On An Island (2006) and Rattle That Lock (2015) - that have reached international acclaim.