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David Gilmour
Concert Appearances

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1973

November

28 - Langham 1 Studio, London (BBC Bob Harris Show recording date with Unicorn)


1974

August

31 - Hyde Park, London (with Roy Harper Band)

November

10 - The Polytechnic, Newcastle (with Sutherland Brothers and Quiver)


1978

May

Super Bear Studios, Miraval, France (promo video for the David Gilmour album with Mark Gilmour, Ricky Wills and Willie Wilson)


1984

About Face Tour

[A]

David Gilmour Band
David Gilmour, Gregg Dechart, Mickey Feat, Jody Linscott,
Mick Ralphs, Raff Ravenscroft, Chris Slade


March

30 - Channel 4 TV, London (The Tube)
31 - National Stadium, Dublin, Ireland

1984
April

2 - Whitla Hall, Belfast, Ireland
5 - Muziekcentrum Vredenberg, Utrecht, Netherlands
6 - V.U.B., Brussels, Belgium
8 - Parc des Expositions, Nancy, France
9 - Tivoli Hall, Strasbourg, France
10 - The Zenith, Paris, France
11 - The Zenith, Paris, France
12 - Bourse du Travail, Lyons, France
13 - Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzerland
14 - Circus Krone, Munich, West Germany
15 - Alte Oper, Frankfurt, West Germany
16 - Musensaal, Mannheim, West Germany
18 - International Congress Center, West Berlin, West Germany
19 - CCH, Hamburg, West Germany
21 - Philipshalle, Dusseldorf, West Germany
24 - Isstadion, Stockholm, Sweden
25 - Brondbyhallen, Copenhagen, Denmark
28 - Hammersmith Odeon, London
29 - Hammersmith Odeon, London
30 - Hammersmith Odeon, London (filmed for video release)

1984
May

1 - The Odeon, Birmingham, England
9 - The Coliseum, Quebec, Canada
10 - The Forum, Montreal, Canada
11 - The Forum, Montreal, Canada
12 - The Civic Center, Ottawa, Canada
14 - Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
15 - Massey Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
16 - Sheajta Theater, Buffalo, New York
17 - Landmark Theater, Syracuse, New York
18 - The Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, New York
20 - Bushnell Auditorium, Hartford, Connecticut
22 - Beacon Theater, New York City, New York
23 - Beacon Theater, New York City, New York
24 - Beacon Theater, New York City, New York
25 - Orpheum Theater, Boston, Massachusetts
26 - Orpheum Theater, Boston, Massachusetts
27 - Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, Connecticut
29 - Tower Theater, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
30 - Tower Theater, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
31 - Tower Theater, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania

1984
June

1 - Constitution Hall, Washington D.C.
3 - Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio
4 - Memorial Hall, Columbus, Ohio
6 - Pine Knob, Clarkston, Michigan
7 - Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, Ohio
8 - The Pavillion, Chicago, Illinois
10 - The Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, Missouri
11 - Starlight Theater, Kansas City, Missouri
13 - The Summit, Houston, Texas
14 - Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
15 - Majestic Theater, San Antonio, Texas
16 - Reunion Arena, Dallas, Texas
19 - The Ampitheater, Mesa, Arizona
20 - The Ampitheater, San Diego, California
21 - The Ampitheater, Universal City, California
22 - The Ampitheater, Universal City, California
23 - Irvine Meadows Ampitheater, Irvine, California
24 - Irvine Meadows Ampitheater, Irvine, California
26 - Kabuki Theater, San Francisco, California
27 - Kabuki Theater, San Francisco, California
28 - California Exposition Ampitheater, Sacramento, California
29 - The Greek Theater, Berkeley, California

1984
July

5 - Sunrise Musical Theater, Sunrise, Florida (without Jodi Linscott)
6 - The Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida (without Jodi Linscott)
11 - Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (without Jodi Linscott/with Sid Evans on percussion)
12 - Stabler Arena, Allentown, Pennsylvania (without Jodi Linscott/with Sid Evans on percussion) (live radio broadcast)
13 - Jones Beach Theater, Babylon, New York (without Jodi Linscott/with Sid Evans on percussion)
14 - Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Maryland (without Jodi Linscott/with Sid Evans on percussion)
15 - SPAC, Saratoga Springs, New York (without Jodi Linscott/with Sid Evans on percussion)
16 - The Pier, New York City, New York (without Jodi Linscott/with Sid Evans on percussion)

1984
November

20 - Capitol Theater, Passiac, New Jersey (with the Guitar Greats) [A]


1985

July

13 - Wembley Stadium, Middlesex, England (Live Aid concert with the Bryan Ferry Band and the Band Aid Choir)

1985
October

11 - Channel 4 TV, London (The Tube TV show with Pete Townsend's Deep End)

1985
November

1 - The Academy, Brixton, London, England (with Pete Townsend's Deep End)
2 - The Academy, Brixton, London, England (with Pete Townsend's Deep End)


1986

January

23 - Gala du Midem, Cannes, France (Rockpalast with Pete Townsend's Deep End)

1986
February

9 - Royal Albert Hall, London (Colombian Volcano Concert with Mick Ralphs, Simon Phillips, Michael Kamen, Jodi Linscott, Chucha Merchan, John Bundrick and Billy Nichols)


1987

February

15 - Town and Country Club, London (Childline charity concert with James Burton, Seymour Duncan, Robbie Gladwell, Phil Hilborne, Albert Lee, Neil Murray, Tony Muschamp, Andy Powell, Esmond Selwyn and Geoff Whitehorn)

1987
March

28 - The Paladium, London (The Secret Policeman's Third Ball with Kate Bush, Nick Mason, Stuart Elliot, Kevin McAlea and Tony Frankiln)
29 - The Paladium, London (The Secret Policeman's Third Ball with Kate Bush, Nick Mason, Stuart Elliot, Kevin McAlea and Tony Frankiln)

1987
October

11 - The World Club, New York (with Nick Mason, Scott Page, Rachel Fury, Margaret Taylor, Guy Pratt & Tim Renwick)

1987
December

12 - Saturday Night Live TV, New York (with the Saturday Night Live Band)


1988

February

17 - Corner Hotel, Richmond, Australia (with Guy Pratt, Gary Wallis, Tim Renwick, Scott Page, Margaret Taylor, Rachel Fury, Durga McBroom and Jon Carin as "The Fishermen" with Roy Buchanan and Venetta Fields)
19 - Corner Hotel, Richmond, Australia (with Guy Pratt, Gary Wallis, Tim Renwick, Scott Page, Phil Taylor, Rachel Fury, Durga McBroom and Jon Carin as "The Fishermen")

1988
August

1 - Annabels Night Club, Copenhagen, Denmark (with Richard Wright, Gary Wallis, Guy Pratt, Scott Page and Durga McBroom)
18 - Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York (Les Paul Tribute with Jan Hammer & Tony Levin)


1989

April

27 - Natural History Museum, Kensington, London (The Lung Foundation charity concert with Gary Brooker, Sam Brown, Mark Knopfler, Gary Moore and Chris Rea)

1989

June

29 - Restaurant, Bolgner Forest, Paris, France (impromptu with Scott Page, Guy Pratt, Gary Wallis & Durga McBroom)

1989

September

18 - Sadlers Wells Theater, London (Hysteria II with Lenny Henry Band, Jools Holland and Eddi Reader)
30 - Jazz Club, Soho, London (Friends of the Earth benefit with Louise Goffin)

1989

October

11 - The Barbarican, London (benefit for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children )

1989
December

28 - London (charity concert)


1990

March

30 - Shaw Theater, London (with John Martyn)
31 - Shaw Theater, London (with John Martyn)

1990
April

19 - BBC 2 TV, London (French and Saunders TV Show)

1990
May

3 - Catherine Wheel Hotel, Egham, Surrey


1991

February

1 - Hackney Empire, London (Rock-a-Baby benefit with Paul Young, Paul Carrack, Andy Fairweather-Low, Pino Palladino and Andy Newmark)

1991
March

24 - Bloomsbury Theater, London (with Dream Academy, Guy Pratt and Gary Wallis)

1991
June

30 - The Palladium, London (Hysteria III with Jools Holland Band, Sam Brown and backing Elton John)

1991
December

28 - Central Television's Nottingham Studios, London (Amnesty International 30th Anniversary Concert with David Gilmour as musical director, with Gary Wallis, Tim Renwick, Pino Pallidino, Jon Carin, Jodi Linscott, Sam Brown, Margo Buchanon, Julie Harrington, Ian Harrison, Dave Bishop, Stuart Brooks, Mark Nightingale, Barry Knight, Phil Taylor, Chris Burns, Clint Driftwood, Simon Park, Dick Hayes and Andy Jackson backing Tom Jones and Spinal Tap)


1992

June

? - Cafe Royal, London (The Stars Ball with the Feramones)
6 - Channel 4, BBC TV (Mister Roadrunner TV Show with Jools Holland, Mica Paris, Pino Palladino, Gilson Lavis & Matt Irving)
21 - Tom Jones TV Show, ITV, London (The Right Time TV Show with Tom Jones, Tim Rewick, Gary Wallis and Jodi Linscott)
22 - Town and Country Club, London (with Tom Jones)

1992
October

11 - Royal Albert Hall, London (The Chelsea Arts Ball with Guy Pratt, Jon Carin, Jodi Linscott, Tim Renwick, Gary Wallis and Sam Brown backing Colin Verancombe, Hugh Cornwell, Mica Paris, Sam Moore, Elvis Costello and Tom Jones; plus Nick Mason and Richard Wright)

1992
November

7 - Channel 4 TV, London (The Happening TV Show with Jools Holland and Andy Fairweather-Low)

1992
December

4 - Football Stadium, Cali, Colombia, South America (ECOMUNDO Conference with Roger Daltrey, Phil Manzanera and Chuca Merchan)


1993

September

18 - Cowdry Park , Sussex (King Edward VII Hospital benefit with Eric Clapton, Roger Taylor, Phil Collins, and Mike Rutherford)


1994

February

6 - Studio One, BBC TV Center, London (Bop for Bosnia with Chris Jagger, Dave Stewart, Leo Sayer, Simon Kirke and John Newey)


1996

January

17 - The Main Ballroom, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, New York (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction performance with Richard Wright and Billy Corgan; and as part of closing jam with inductees)

1996

June

29 - Hyde Park, London (The Princes Trust - as part of Quadrophenia live with Pete Townsend and all-star cast)

1996

July

20 - Alexandra Palace, London (Dalai Lama benefit for Tibet)


1997

December

31 - BBC Television Center, London (Jools Holland's 5th Annual Hootenanny featuring B.B. King with David Gilmour and the Jools Holland Rhythm and Blues Orchestra)


1998

May

2 - ICA, London, England (charity concert to launch The Lavender Trust)

September

6 - Abbey Road Studios, London, England (with The Pretty Things and Arthur Brown)