Brian WIlson Returns to Southbank Centre with Newly
For Six Nights Only in September 2007 at The Royal Festival Hall
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Having called London's Royal Festival Hall his "spiritual home away from home," Brian Wilson,
legendary writer, producer, arranger and performer of some of the most unforgettable and inspirational music in rock history,
returns in September 2007 for six nights with a concert repertoire highlighted by the world premiere of a brand-new work.
Commissioned by Southbank Centre as part of its opening season, Wilson reveals that the piece "is called That Lucky Old Sun
(a Narrative), and as he describes it, "will consist of four ‘rounds’, with interspersed spoken word."
In addition to that premiere, there will be quite a few other surprises in the concerts: Brian
will be digging even deeper into his remarkable song catalogue and with his formidable ten-piece band, will be presenting
a number of his classic compositions that he has never performed live as well at least one song in honour of a very important
Glenn Max, Producer, Meltdown Festival & Music Programmes at Southbank Centre says: ‘Despite
his status as a 'pop genius' and his countless musical achievements, Brian has always had to struggle courageously against
adversial forces and a historic lack of support from the industry and those around him. I'm very proud to be part of an organisation
that has consistently backed Brian's most creative work. He deserves this.’