1952 - 2011
With the "blues" line up on summer recess, Gary Moore will be hitting the road this summer, with a whole "new" band line up: Neil Carter returns, after 20 years, to take up his rightful place stage left, behind a battery of technology. He is planning to throw some on stage shapes, as he dusts off his guitars. Jonathan Noyce, (ex-Jethro Tull; sessions) will be holding down the bottom end on bass, again some one who is making a return to the live line up (he was last seen on the Phil Lynott, "One Night in Dublin" tribute DVD in 2005), and providing the percussive edge is a very familiar face, Darrin Mooney (Primal Scream ; sessions) on drums.
Gypsy And The Wolf is a Brighton-based folk duo, and they have just released their new EP under the title "Perfect Rose".
On the 4th of February Gary joined them in a local pub to play "Crossroad", and around that time they are also recorded a song with Gary, what you can hear now on this EP. "Good Man" is the opening title of this new 6-track EP, which is available on iTunes from today. They are made a great video for the song featuring Gary, what we can watch now on their YouTube page.
On the 14th of August, Gary will play at the Pinkpop Classic festival in Landgraaf, The Netherlands. Back in his old rock days, they have played already at the Pinkpop festival (23rd of May, 1983), after the release of "Corridors Of Power" album. After 27 years Gary will return to Pinkpop with his new rock project...hopefully with Neil Carter in the band, who also has been at that concert in 1983, just before his joining to Gary's band for the US tour.
Tickets on sale already for the Genova Guitar Festival, but soon you will be able to buy tickets for two more shows in Italy. Gary and his new band will play in Milano on 27th, and in Rome on the 28th of July. Tickets will be available at the same place as for the Genova gig.
Gary Moore will be one of the special guests of the Hope For Haiti charity event in aid of the earthquake victims of Haiti.
As you all know, on 12th January this year Haiti was hit by an earthquake that has caused catastrophic events for their people, their land and their infrastructure.
The concert will takes place at The Old Market in Hove, England on the 10th of April 2010. Program will start at 19.00. Tickets are available on the price of 10 GBP (15 GBP on door), but if you can't attend the concert please donate what you can.
Gary will be the headliner of the second day at the Trondheim Rock Festival. The first day will offer a death/black metal program, but on Saturday there will be some more melodic rock bands, too. The Danish D.A.D and the AOR-legend Magnum will be playing before Gary on 22nd of May.
The new Otis Taylor album is set for release on 11th of May. Telarc International will release this new material under the title "Clovis People", and as you can read in the press release Gary Moore also will play on some of the tracks, like he did on the previous albums ("Definition Of A Circle" in 2007 and "Pentatonic Wars And Love Songs" in 2009). Read the full press release...
Otis Taylor writes his own history on new Telarc recording
Another rock festival is confirmed for Gary's summer program.
The 19th Sweden Rock Festival just announced that Gary Moore will be one of the headliners during their four-day festival between 9th-12th of June. Gary and his band visited this great festival in 2001 last time, then with the great "Back To The Blues" album.
As the festival's website mention, this time Gary's planning to play a rock set for his Swedish fans. Tickets on sale already! Exact date for Gary's performance soon...
If you prefer more the earth coloured shirts, we have got new versions of our unisex fanclub t-shirts! Check out the larger photos (soon!) of the "Sand" and "Earth" versions. Both with our gold fanclub logo on the front and the back as well. At the moment we have these t-shirts in "M", "L", "XL" and "XXL" sizes. Click here (soon!) to see all the different types, colours and available sizes. We are using the great quality Sol's products for our fanclub t-shirts. Feel free to send me an e-mail for more info.
This spring - right after the cherry blossom viewing - there will be some pleasant programs for our dear Japanese friends. Gary will return to Japan after 21 long years, as he played there last time with the "After The War" tour in 1989. The five-dates mini tour including three concerts in Tokyo at different venues, but Gary and his band will find some enthusiastic fans in Osaka and Nagoya, too. The line-up of Gary's band is the same as last year: Pete Rees on bass, Vic Martin on keyboards and Steve Dixon on drums.
Last week Gary had played one of the last shows of the Bad For You Baby tour in Budapest. On the day before the show he had attended a press conference - right after arriving from Poland. Although the journalists were not in top form with their questions, they did run for autographs at the end just like fans would do. Or they were more like fans than journalists? Anyway, I still had a few seconds to presenting to Gary a thankyou "award" in the name of our fan community. It's 40 years already since the first vinyl record has been released featuring Gary's guitar playing.