David Gilmour New York Tickets
Famed British guitarist, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, David Gilmour is perhaps better known for his career as a guitarist with legendary rock act Pink Floyd. The gifted musician also gained recognition for his solo career which began with the launch of his self-titled debut album in 1978. David Gilmour New York tickets are expected to make good sales as the talented singer heads on an upcoming album promotion tour. The guitar legend has compiled an impressive list of achievements over the course of his enduring career. He ranks among the top fifteen on Rolling Stone Magazine's list of greatest guitarists of all-time. Luckily for fans, Gilmour shows no signs of giving up on illustrious career anytime soon.
Hailing from Cambridge, England, David Gilmour ranks among the leading figures in the rock music scene. A versatile musician, multi-instrumentalist and well-known singer-songwriter, Gilmour continues to rock the music scene with his raw, moving music.
Success of albums
The British veteran artist released his self-titled debut effort in 1978 following it up with two more successful albums. His most recent solo album On an Island was released in 2006 and ranked among the top ten on the Billboard. Gilmour's upcoming album is expected to come out in late 2015 and is already creating much anticipation among fans.
Music style and live performances
Gilmour is hailed as one of the greatest guitarists in music history. His distinctive vocals and expressive guitar playing has mesmerized fans for years. The enduring appeal of his music is a testament not only to his popularity but also to his commitment to provide quality music.
Gilmour's live performances attract throngs of fans to his every concert and this time is expected to be no different. Following the release of his highly anticipated fourth album, Rattle that Lock, the prodigious artist is set to embark on a world tour. Fans of the iconic star might want to get their hands on David Gilmour New York tickets soon because there is no telling when they might run out.