David Gilmour To Play Surprise London Charity Show

Pink Floyd guitarist to appear with Amadou and Mariam for Crisis

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David Gilmour is to perform at a ‘hidden’ gig in London this month, with Amadou & Mariam for homeless charity Crisis this month.

The gig, which takes place on May 25, will not have it’s location revealed until the day before, when details will be passed on to ticket holders.

Speaking about his appearance, guitarist Gilmour has said: “It was a wonderful surprise when they [Amadou and Mariam] called recently, inviting me to collaborate with them on this special one-off occasion for Crisis. I’m looking forward to breaking down a few musical boundaries in the cause of helping the homeless.”

For more information about the series of ‘hidden’ gigs, see the charity’s website here: Crisis.org.uk

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