Bowie, Morrissey, T-Rex producer Tony Visconti to appear at Record Producers Live event

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David Bowie’s producer will take part in a new stage show as part of The Record Producers Live series.

The producer, who was behind Bowie’s new album ‘The Next Day’ and has also worked with Paul McCartney, Morrissey, T Rex and Sparks, will feature as part of the event at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on April 28, 2013. The show will be hosted by record producer Steve Levine and BBC Radio 2 presenter Richard Allinson – who are behind the BBC series The Record Producers, which looks at the recording process behind some of the world’s most influential albums. As well as discussing his recording techniques and showcasing recordings from Tony Visconti’s private collections, the event promises a series of “very special guests” later on in the evening, including Bernard Butler.

“As a record producer myself I have been an admirer of Tony’s incredible and varied production work over the years,” Steve Levine says in a statement. “I think I speak for everyone that we are all really honoured to share the stage with Tony, I’m looking forward to exploring the studio secrets behind the mixing desk.”

Tickets for the event go on general sale on Friday (March 22) priced at £32.50 and £25.00. An O2 Pre-Sale will take place on Wednesday (March 20) and Live Nation pre-sale on Thursday (March 21).


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