Friday, April 19, 2013

Camel Expand Snow Goose Tour

UPDATED (April 20): Added more dates and links:

More dates are being confirmed for the long-expected comeback of Camel. As mentioned before on this blog Andrew Latimer will be joined by Colin Bass, Denis Clement, Guy LeBlanc and special guest Jan Schelhaas for the shows – their first since their farewell tour in 2003.

The band previously explained of the now sold-out London appearance: “The evening pays tribute to former band member Peter Bardens, who died of cancer at the same time as frontman Latimer was battling a terminal illness.
“Ten years later, Latimer has regained health and is willing to celebrate a career that spans over four decades. This two-set show will also embrace compositions recorded throughout those years in a personal covenant of appreciation for a deeply rewarding life of music.”
Meanwhile, the band have addressed fan inquiries as to the possibility of a new album. They explain: “It’s somewhere in the making. When you spend two full years trying to anticipate – and outwit – the worst scenario possible, it takes a rather insidious toll. When the storm passes, it’s an involuntary reflex to get right back to business. We wanted to get Camel back on the road, write a new album, record a new DVD;, just get on with it in general.
“But we hadn’t grasped one very important aspect of having gone through a life-changing experience: we are survivors. And that, in itself, is life-changing. Survivors need to exhale deeply and learn to inhale without the imposition of dread.
“Unexpectedly, we needed time to recover from the battle itself. Finally, we’re ready for the challenges ahead.”

 Dates for October/November 2013 Tour:
Oct 19UKHarrogateRoyal Hall
Oct 20UKWolverhamptonWulfrun Hall
Oct 21UKManchesterRNCM
Oct 22UKSalisburyCity Hall
Oct 24BelgiumLimbourgLe Kursaal
Oct 25HollandGroningenOosterpoort Main Hall
Oct 26HollandAmsterdamRabozaal
Oct 28UKLondonBarbican
Oct 30GermanyBochumChristuskirche (TBC)
Oct 31GermanyMannheimAlte Seilerei (TBC)
Nov 1GermanyFuldaOrangerie (TBC)Information to follow

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