As a member of the Velvet Underground, John Cale played a part in one of the most important albums of the 60s. Now he is returning to the Royal Festival Hall to play songs from his highly anticipated new studio album, which will contain brand new songs for the first time since 2005.
The Royal Festival Hall is one of the world’s great concert halls, consisting of an auditorium, the Clore Ballroom, and several fine places to eat and drink along the river.
pamHMRC – “I must say that the Royal Festival Hall is not my favourite venue in London, because there is no atmosphere in the room. When I go to the Royal Albert Hall there is more atmosphere simply because of how beautiful the hall look… more”
If you like this, here are some more concerts at Royal Festival Hall…
Sinead O’Connor’s Christmas Show – 10th December 2013 Sinead O’Connor doesn’t play many live shows in the UK these days, so this will be a good chance to she her performing tracks from her latest album. Best known for her iconic video “Nothing Compares 2 U”, Sinead’s ninth studio album, released last year, come after a career spanning 25 years and millions of record sales.
Neil Finn (from Crowded House) – 3rd May 2014 Neil Finn is best known as the frontman of Crowded House, but now you can hear him play some solo material at the Royal Festival Hall. This will follow the release of his new album “Dizzy Heights” in February.
Marianne Faithfull, at the Royal Festival Hall – 29th November 2014 60s icon Marianne Faithfull will be celebrating her 50th Anniversary World Tour at the Royal Festival Hall, revisiting songs from her early days right up the “Broken English” album and beyond.
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