- Nokia Arena, 51 Yigal Allon St, Tel Aviv
- Tel Aviv Center
- February 10, 2015
- 9:00 pm
- 205-840 NIS
- TAGS: Past Events
The Alan Parsons Live Project will be making its way back to Israel in February 2015 for the first time in five years, bringing with them their classic progressive rock sound.
Headed by Alan Parsons on the mixer, but without co-founder Eric Wilson, The Alan Parsons Live Project will be stopping in Tel Aviv as part of its “Greatest Hits” tour. Parsons will be flanked by Israeli bassisist and vocalist PJ Olson, guitarist Alistair Green, drummer Danny Thompson, keyboardists Manny Focarazzo and Tom Brook and saxophonist Todd Cooper.
Before co-founding the original Alan Parsons Project in 1975, Parsons previously worked as an assistant engineer on the Beatles’ final two albums, Abbey Road and Let it Be, and engineered Pink Floyd’s iconic Dark Side of the Moon album.
The band’s dynamic had Wilson writing the songs and Parsons engineering and producing them after the two had recruited prominent studio musicians to record in the studio and perform live. While never achieving great success in their home country, the United Kingdom, they had several albums chart in the US Top 40 throughout the 70s and 80s.
Tickets for the show are available through the Leaan website (Hebrew) or call 03-524-7373.
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