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    Peter Gabriel announced 2023 tour and new album

    Looking forward to this! Hoping the tour come to the US

    From UCR:


    Peter Gabriel has announced a 2023 tour of the U.K. and Europe. The shows will include songs from i/o, his first album in over a decade.

    No further information on the album was available. A press release notes that "full details on the i/o album will follow." Gabriel's most recent album, 2011's New Blood, included orchestral rerecording's of songs from throughout his career; the year before, he released a covers album, Scratch My Back. Up from 2002 is his most recent collection of new, original songs.

    ​Peter Gabriel 2023 i/o Tour
    May 18 - Krakow, Poland @ Tuaron Arena
    May 20 - Verona, Italy @ Verona Arena
    May 21 - Milan, Italy @ Mediolanum Arena
    May 23 - Paris, France @ Accorhotels Arena
    May 24 - Lille, France @ Stade Pierre-Mauroy
    May 26 - Berlin, German @ Waldbuehne
    May 28 - Munich, Germany @ Koeingsplatz
    May 30 - Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena
    May 31 - Stockholm, Sweden @ Avicii Arena
    June 2 - Bergen, Norway @ Koengen
    June 5 - Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
    June 6 - Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
    June 8 - Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion
    June 10 - Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess Arena
    June 12 - Hamburg, Germany @ Barclays Arena
    June 13 - Frankfurt, Germany @ Festhalle
    June 15 - Bordeaux, France @ Arkea Arena
    June 17 - Birmingham, UK @ Utilitia Arena
    June 19 - London, UK @ 02 Arena
    June 22 - Glasgow, UK @ OVO Hydro
    June 23 - Manchester, UK @ AO Arena
    June 25 - Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena

    #2
    Gabriel is one of my favorites but I am not sure he is in the physical condition at his age to pull off a top performance. His last tour was lethargic

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      #3
      I love Peter Gabriel and look forward to his new album. But I just don't want to go to a stadium concert anymore. If I'll be seeing the artist on a video wall for most of the time, I can just as well watch the DVD when that's released. Besides I'm seeing Yes on the Relayer tour just two days earlier (before the Amsterdam date, that is).

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        #4
        NO F-ING WAY! thank the lords, Peter is a god! My first love in music at the age of 14
        The Definitive YES Albums

        -The Yes Album-Fragile-Close to the Edge-Tales From Topographic Oceans-
        -Relayer-Going for the One-Drama-90125-Big Generator-Union-Talk-
        -The Ladder-Magnification-Fly From Here-The Quest-

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          #5
          22 shows in 35 days. I wonder if his voice will hold up. His chops are not what they used to be to begin with

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            #6
            Originally posted by bluegrunt
            £200 plus fees for Arena floor seats. No thanks Peter, this is too much.
            That's indeed another reason for not going. The ticket prices are steap.

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              #7
              Originally posted by bluegrunt
              £200 plus fees for Arena floor seats. No thanks Peter, this is too much.
              Ouch!

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                #8
                PG was one of my faves but the last time I saw him in concert 20 years ago, his voice was so far gone that I wouldn’t pay $20 to see him now, let alone £200.

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                  #9
                  I'm not sure of the last time I saw Peter Gabriel - I think it was the "Growing Up" tour - I guess that must have been around 20 years ago. But it was fabulous. I think this was the tour when he got inside of a "zorb" ball and rode a bicycle upside down. And a top band of players. He seemed to be in pretty good form on that tour with Sting a few years ago. If he comes around to an arena in 2023, such as MSG, I think I will try to catch that.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Olorin View Post
                    PG was one of my faves but the last time I saw him in concert 20 years ago, his voice was so far gone that I wouldn’t pay $20 to see him now, let alone £200.
                    Yes. PG hit 50 and his voice cannot withstand a tour. I am surprised he is attempting another tour and this schedule is brutal over 35 days
                    Last edited by alex peters; 11-08-2022, 02:49 PM.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by alex peters View Post

                      Yes. PG hit 50 and his voice cannot withstand a tour. I am surprised he is attempting another tour and this schedule is brutal over 35 days
                      This is your 3rd post harping on him. Give the guy a break... He is a professional and knows what he is doing. Who are you to decree "his voice cannot withstand a tour". Sheesh... Let's wait and see till writing the poor guy off-

                      I for one am really looking forward to when he and the guys come to America. One of few bands I'm excited about. Every time I've seen them he and the band was outstanding. Heard Manu Katche will be on drums too . And Levin and Rhodes! What a band!

                      And new music !!! Good stuff ! Exciting times...

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Somis Sound View Post

                        This is your 3rd post harping on him. Give the guy a break... He is a professional and knows what he is doing. Who are you to decree "his voice cannot withstand a tour". Sheesh... Let's wait and see till writing the poor guy off-

                        I for one am really looking forward to when he and the guys come to America. One of few bands I'm excited about. Every time I've seen them he and the band was outstanding. Heard Manu Katche will be on drums too . And Levin and Rhodes! What a band!

                        And new music !!! Good stuff ! Exciting times...
                        Ok. Fair point. I love PG.

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                          #13
                          Above all, I look forward to new music from PG. Live? May see him live too when he swings stateside, though it will be hard to top the Growing Up or Secret World outings. Should be fun anyway though, providing ticket prices aren't too ridiculous. But new music from my faves is the main meat for me. i/o will be an instant buy.

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                            #14
                            I love Pete but after his first four solo's it really was diminishing returns for me. I continued going but although the staging was indisputably fantastic, the material became less and less appealing.

                            I hope it's a great tour, but it's not for me.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by RelayerI View Post
                              I love Pete but after his first four solo's it really was diminishing returns for me. I continued going but although the staging was indisputably fantastic, the material became less and less appealing.

                              I hope it's a great tour, but it's not for me.
                              I may get lectured by Mr. SOMIS again but the past recent tours I saw of PG the staging was fantastic and for me the material has always been appealing. It was his rough voice and clear poor phyical condition that made me decide that I would pass on any future shows.

                              My guess is this show will be the Peter Gabriel Band and backup singers with lip synching by Peter
                              Last edited by alex peters; 11-09-2022, 01:35 PM.

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