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Sqounk Opera - new opera
Latest News - Music News
Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 07 November 2006
College Park Now Has an Opera to Call Its Own
Pittsburgh-Based Players Squonk Globally And Act Locally

By Rachel Beckman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, November 2, 2006; Page C05

Next week marks the debut of "College Park: The Opera" at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Dempsey and O'Hearn, artistic directors of Squonk Opera, created the work for their 14-year-old troupe, which is based in Pittsburgh. And while U.S. 1 is no Venetian canal, O'Hearn says the home of the Terps provides plenty of artistic inspiration.

"What the national media gives you are all these stories about [expletive] New York and L.A., like we care about what's happening on Mulholland Drive or Manhattan," O'Hearn, 48, says. "We can do this about College Park, and that's a good and healthy thing to do."  more below........

Landmarq + Wakeman
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Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 07 November 2006

 Landmarq return to Rotherham's Classic Rock Society to headline a show on Saturday 20th January 2007.
Also on the bill will be 'Headspace', the new band formed by Adam Wakeman which includes ex-Landmarq vocalist Damian Wilson.

CLUB RIGA, WESTCLIFF-ON-SEA, ESSEX, FRIDAY 1ST DECEMBER 2006 Landmarq and Credo finish off their string of gigs together at one of the bands fave venues.


Genesis tour - press release
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Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 07 November 2006

Press Information: London 7 November 2006

Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford of the iconic band Genesis unveiled the dates for their first tour in 15 years. Turn It On Again - the tour, will see the band play a series of stadium concerts in Europe in the summer of 2007. Kicking off in the Olympic Stadium, Helsinki on 11 June, the tour will hit twelve different European countries, ending in Rome on 14 July. At a Pan-European press conference staged today at London's exclusive Mayfair hotel and hosted by comedian and lifelong Genesis fan, David Baddiel, the band took questions from international media about their reasons for reforming and thoughts on the tour.

European tour promoter, John Giddings, commented:
"It is a privilege to work with one of the greatest rock bands of all time, and to see their musical talent together again onstage will be incredible. The live shows are as famous as their music."

The "Turn It On Again" tour will be travelling to all the biggest stadiums as it treks across Europe in 2007 through Finland, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Germany, France, Holland, UK, Monte Carlo and Italy. For all European tour dates, please go HERE.

Tickets will be on sale for UK dates on 24 November and for dates in Germany on 10 November. Other on-sale dates to be announced.

Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford will be joined on stage by long time Genesis sidemen, Chester Thompson on drums and Daryl Steurmer on guitar. Two of the world's greatest show technicians, award-winning lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe and acclaimed set designer Mark Fisher are working on plans for the 2007 Genesis tour.

Genesis have sold over 130 million albums, it is one of a small elite of British bands who have achieved global success and sustained it over four decades. Genesis was formed in 1966 by Tony Banks, Peter Gabriel, Mike Rutherford and Anthony Phillips, while still at school, but its most successful incarnation was the late 70's early 80's line-up of Phil Collins taking on lead vocals and sharing songwriting, with Rutherford and Banks. The Duke album topped the UK charts in 1980 with the hit single, Turn It On Again monopolising the airwaves. In 1987, Genesis played sold out stadium shows across the globe, including four consecutive Wembley Stadiums.

To coincide with the Genesis tour, EMI Records will be re-issuing 14 Genesis studio albums in three stages during 2007. All the releases will be SACD/DVD double disc sets featuring newly re-mastered 5.1 surround sound and stereo mixes. The release schedule is as follows:

March 2007: A Trick Of The Tail (1976), Wind & Wuthering (1977), …And Then There Were Three…(1978), Duke (1980) Abacab (1981)

June/July 2007: Genesis(1983), Invisible Touch(1986), We Can't Dance (1991), Calling All Stations(1997)

Late 2007/Early 2008: Trespass (1970), Nursery Cryme (1971), Foxtrot (1972 ), Selling England By The Pound (1973), The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway(1974)

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Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 14 November 2006


 Düsseldorf now on sale / general ticket update Tickets for the extra-show in Düsseldorf went on sale this morning. Tickets are available at EVENTIM (see 10th Nov news for how to order from outside Germany).The Helsinki Pre-Sale started this mornining. Tickets will be available for general public next monday.
The Herning show is sold out - there may be a few tickets available at some point in the future, so monitor our site.
Tickets for Budapest go on sale tomorrow at eventim.hu and ticketpro.
Still no information is available for Paris and Monaco.

Tickets will be on sale for UK dates on 24 November and for dates in Germany on 10 November. Other on-sale dates to be announced. The complete list of European concerts is:

11 June Helsinki, Finland Olympic Stadium
14 June Herning, Denmark Messecenter
15 June Hamburg, Germany AOL Arena
17 June Berne, Switzerland Stade de Suisse
18 June Linz, Austria Gugglestadium
20 June Budapest, Hungary Puskas Ferenc Stadium
21 June Katowice, Poland Slaski Stadium
23 June Hannover, Germany AWD Arena
26 June Dusseldorf, Germany LTU Arena
27 June Dusseldorf, Germany LTU Arena - extra show
29 June Stuttgart, Germany Gottlieb-Daimler Stadium   
30 June Paris, France Parc Des Princes
1 July Amsterdam, Holland Arena
3 July Berlin, Germany Olympiastadion
4 July Leipzig, Germany Zentralstadion
5 July Frankfurt, Germany Commerzbankarena
8 July London, UK Twickenham Stadium - Date change
7 July Manchester, UK Old Trafford (Football) - Date change
10 July Munich, Germany Olympiastadion
12 July Monaco Louis II Stadium
14 July Rome, Italy Telecomcerto at Colosseo

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