David Gilmour is probably best known for his work as a member of Pink Floyd. He basically reinvented what it was to play the electric guitar with that band. But David Gilmour is also a formidable solo performer in his own right. His solo tour for “Rattle that Lock” is his first in 10 years, and fans are excited to see him out on the road again. Gilmour hopes to do something different than he did in his days with Pink Floyd, and that means scaling back and creating a more intimate concert experience that becomes more personal. Gilmour is first and foremost a guitarist, so expect a David Gilmour concert to feature some really earth shattering guitar play. He switches back and forth between bluesy riffs and wild solos effortlessly. Gilmour’s fans have been with him a long time, since its been decades since he hit the scene with Pink Floyd, so expect the audience to skew older. Though Gilmour announced that Pink Floyd is officially no more, that doesn’t mean that he’s slowing down on his own. For “Rattle that Lock,” Gilmour had a choir of London Wandsworth Prison inmates perform the background vocals on the album. Whether they’ll be able to make an appearance on stage may not be up to David Gilmour, though.
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