Did he use an Intermission in the usa in the fall?
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I don't think that's going to happen.
1. looks like they are shutting down themusic.com ...????
2. why should he release complete tours to compensate waiting time for a new studio album?
and, after all, what's the benefit for us? I enjoy stuff like Rated PG far more than live recordings.
It wouldn't HAVE to be through themusic.Com. it COULD be just a thing on all digital outlets.
2. He is so quiet when it comes to releases.
Peter Gabriel: If you see this. The first two legs of the Up Tour for all digital outlets.
true (and also the 2007 and 2009 shows)
but that's not the subject here, since we discuss a new studio album.
What I'm saying is USA 2002 & Europe 2003 shows will hold the gap with it being 17 years since Up
he released all the shows from June-July 2003 & Europe 2004.
Fall 2002 & Europe 2003 should see live series release.
according to the interview it shouldn't be tooooo long before a new record. Been nearly 20 years (17 to be exact) since Up -(last album of brand new songs) and it's been 8 since New Blood.
now after 17 years for the first LP of brand new music.
this the Milan show from May 2003?
the question is.
If we get I/O (or whatever it'll be called) In 2019 -the first peter gabriel album of new tunes since 2002.
Would we get it this fall?
Not sure about that. The FFFT was never intended to be a tour to support or promote Testify (or Brother Bear).
But I agree - a new album would be great.
He's said he's trying hard to do new music but stuff gets busy at home.
weren't decided on for Encore series.
Started It Years ago.
2019? 2020? 2021?
Been seventeen years since he last released an album of his own new songs.
I would bet he'll wrap the Not Dead Yet cycle after this fall.
Try to get a new studio album out.
Do a fresh new tour to promote the studio album.
The First Final Farewell tour was as far as a tour for Testify went.
shame he's skipping minnesota.
Hope he's quick to return.
There are no plans for a live album (which is uncommon these days anyway, but also a concert film is not planned)
I hope that is a hoax regarding Not Dead Yet.
I really wanted to go.
My amazon cart.
The Who Endless Wire (+ a couple live albums from it's corresponding world tour), Hits 50, Live in Hyde Park (2015),
Pentatonix - Vol. 1 (2012) & Top Pop Vol. 1 (2018)
Josh Groban Bridges live Madison Square Garden (At least that one was a show I DID get to see)
King Baby Jim Gaffigan (comedy)
Continuum John Mayer (seeing him in August)
With the Beatles
I'm of the boy band generations.
An early CD for me was (is) Jonas Brothers Lines Vines and Trying Times.