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Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby anortherncod on Tue May 05, 2009 2:12 pm

^^^ See above!!! :D

Engineers and Richard Barbieri - Live in London in July

Engineers' long awaited second album, Three Fact Fader, is due to released on Kscope on July 6th.

To mark the release, the band will be playing their first live gig in over two years on July 10th at the Bush Hall in London. They will also be joined onstage by special guest Ulrich Schnauss.

In addition, Richard Barbieri (Porcupine Tree / ex-Japan) will also be performing a rare live set on what promises to be a special evening.

Tickets are available now for £13.50 (plus booking fee) from ticketweb and wegottickets.

I'm going - anyone else? :D
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby inkinthewell on Wed May 06, 2009 12:45 pm

anortherncod wrote:Richard Barbieri - Live in London in July
I'm going - anyone else?


Shazzbutt! :smt076 I'm not.
As if I wasn't feeling bad enough already because I can't go to the Porcupine Tree gig in November. :smt022
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby Barbierian on Wed May 06, 2009 1:16 pm

As tempting as it is - can't, will be in Lisbon. However, I've been reading the rumours on the PTF about them adding more UK dates to their 2009 tour, possibly incorporating the North West - so I'm keeping my beady eye on that, and I'm sure Fishie will be the first with any updates :-D
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby anortherncod on Wed May 06, 2009 1:29 pm

Sometimes I think I need to apply the chairification skills I honed on PTF over here!!!

Inky... there are four Italian dates aren't there? Can't you go to any of them? I was SOOO tempted - but then I am going to Amsterdam as well as the three British dates...

And Barbierian... come to Leeds!!! Only an hour away :wink:
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby Barbierian on Wed May 06, 2009 1:40 pm

Know what you're saying but at the moment I'm going to sit tight and see if Manchester comes into the equation :wink:
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby ob8 on Fri May 08, 2009 3:54 pm

I nearly wet my pants when i received the email about this but work commitments blighten my path there. I have searched the net but i take it Rich wont be playing a set in Leeds will he ? (fingers crossed) Can you enlighten me Anortherncod ? (please)
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby Barbierian on Fri May 08, 2009 4:25 pm

No, she means Porcupine Tree are playing Leeds as part of their tour, not Rich independently but rumour has it that there will be more UK dates added as, as yet there are only 3 - London. Bristol and Leeds.
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby anortherncod on Sat May 09, 2009 3:06 pm

Barbierian wrote:No, she means Porcupine Tree are playing Leeds as part of their tour, not Rich independently but rumour has it that there will be more UK dates added as, as yet there are only 3 - London. Bristol and Leeds.


Yes, that's it exactly. But come to Leeds ob8! Only an hour away... etc etc etc... I'm so predictable :lol:
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby sisterlondon on Sun Jul 12, 2009 5:43 pm

Well, this happened on Friday... and miss Nat still hasn't mentioned the fun we had! ;)

More from me tomorrow, but here's a pic of us and Mr. Barbieri. We also got to meet Mrs Barbieri, that was absolutely sweet and incredibly beautiful!

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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby anortherncod on Sun Jul 12, 2009 5:53 pm

And aren't we a good-looking bunch...? :wink:
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby Silver Moon on Sun Jul 12, 2009 9:16 pm

Did y'all see Suzanne there? She said she went on her Twitter. I bet it was amazing!!!!!!!! I wish I could have gone.

He is so smooth on stage.

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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby sisterlondon on Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:18 am

Yes Kera, she was there and we all met her. I asked Richard to sign my Indigo Falls cd and he said "oh Suzanne is there, she can sign it too". So we said hello to her, introduced ourselves and chatted for a bit. She said she hopes that The Beloved Aunt project is out soon, that she will update it on myspace and facebook when she knows more. Total sweet person Suzanne, she seemed touched when I told her that Indigo Falls is a special album for me (for certain sentimental reasons ;)).

And btw, don't think we mentioned that Rihard played The Experience of Swimming! :D
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby Barbierian on Mon Jul 13, 2009 6:05 am

OMG how amazing is that, I'm chuffed to bits for you both and not the least bit jealous (she says lying through her teeth :wink: ) roll on December that's all I can say :-D
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby inkinthewell on Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:55 am

anortherncod wrote:And aren't we a good-looking bunch...? :wink:


Oh yeah! :smt112 But who's the bloke with the purple specs? :mrgreen:
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Re: Richard Barbieri at the Bush Hall, London

Postby sisterlondon on Mon Jul 13, 2009 9:13 am

inkinthewell wrote:
anortherncod wrote:And aren't we a good-looking bunch...? :wink:


Oh yeah! :smt112 But who's the bloke with the purple specs? :mrgreen:


Dunno, he was there and seemed friendly, so we got a pic with him :-D :wink:

Also had the luck to find there Tim Bowness (of No-Man). What a gracious guy! And he remembered us from the mini tour they made. We told him we were looking for Richard and he said "go downstairs and talk to Richard, he doesn't bite" LMAO! :lol:
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