Monday, September 7, 2009

Pink Floyd Drummer Nick Mason To Participate In BBC Charity Album

Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason is to participate in this years Children in Need charity event. The long-running event, organized by the BBC, is to feature an album recorded at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London.

Called Bandaged Together, it will feature the works of various artists including Bill Wyman, Midge Ure, Nick Mason, Roger Taylor, Bryan Ferry, Beth Rowley, Imelda May, Clare Teal, Hayley Westenra, Cerys Matthews, Hugh Cornwell, Heather Small, Paloma Faith, Cara Dillon, Peter Gabriel, Finbar Fury, and Red Hurley.

It will be released at some point in late October early November. In addition to the album, there will be a "Making Of" broadcast as part of the Children In Need coverage on the BBC.

1 comment:

rakeback said...

Pink Floyd was one of the most revolutionary groups of the last 40 yars ago. They werent afraid to go against the grain and try something completely off the wall. They are still brilliant musicians and I am a huge fan of David Gilmour!

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