30th March - RAH - DMS 20th anniversary

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30th March - RAH - DMS 20th anniversary

Post by sunshine » 29 Jan 2014, 20:34

Suede - Sunday 30 March
Suede will perform their highly acclaimed second album Dog Man Star on Sunday 30 March, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its release.
http://www.teenagecancertrust.org/what- ... hall/2014/

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Tickets for this year's shows are on sale from Friday 31 January 9:30am
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Suede: ‘We don’t like nostalgia, it’s a little bit necrophiliac’
Wednesday 29 Jan 2014 10:00 pm
Exclusive: Suede are one band who will never sign up for a Britpop revival gig because they believe ‘nostalgia is like necrophilia.’
The Beautiful Ones hitmakers think shows like The Big Reunion ‘don’t sound good’ and will be steering away from playing like their 90s heyday when they perform at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs in March.
‘I don’t really like nostalgia,’ front man Brett Anderson said.
‘Even when we reformed Suede four years ago for the (Teenage Cancer Trust) show I didn’t want it to be nostalgic. I know that sounds like a contradiction because obviously we were playing songs from the past but I think there’s a tone to be had with it.’
He continued: ‘If you’re just appealing to people’s memories then I think there’s something really sad about that. I think you’ve got to try and keep it contemporary and that’s something I’ve always tried to do with the Suede reunion.’
(Left to right) Richard Oakes, Mat Osman, Neil Codling, Simon Gilbert and Brett Anderson of Suede will perform for the Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall on March 30 (Picture: PA)
‘I think there’s something a little bit necrophiliac about nostalgia which doesn’t appeal to me.’
The 46-year-old is already planning to celebrate after the band’s closing performance but admits he can’t handle booze like he used too.
"We’ll still have a little party we’re not old men yet,’ he told me, adding, ‘You can’t spend your whole life destroying your body like you do in your twenties; you wake up and feel like crap the next day, so it’s slightly different now.’
Suede will end a week of shows on Sunday March 30 performing their acclaimed second album Dog Man Star to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its release.
Teenage Cancer Trust at The Royal Albert Hall takes place from Monday March 24 to Sunday March 30. Other stars set to perform include Paolo Nutini, Ed Sheeran, One Republic and The Cure. Visit www.teenagecancertrust.org for tickets.

http://metro.co.uk/2014/01/29/suede-we- ... c-4281747/

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Post by sunshine » 30 Jan 2014, 06:39

The Cure to play Teenage Cancer Trust 2014 shows
29th January 2014, 11:32
The legendary band have announced that they will perform at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 29 March, as part of the annual week-long set of charity shows.
Alongside The Cure, Suede have announced that they will play their album Dog Man Star in its entirety as part of the dates.
Once again curated by the charity's patron Roger Daltrey the set of gigs take place in London between 24 and 30 March and aim to raise money to make a difference to the lives of young people with cancer. Once again, XFM is a partner for these special events.
The Cure first played the charity shows back in 2006 and frontman Robert Smith says: “The Cure are once again delighted and honoured to be playing the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust." He's also promising a mammoth three-hour set from the band as they mark 35 years since the release of their debut album.
Meanwhile, Suede are to perform their second album Dog Man Star in its entirety to celebrate the record's 20th anniversary. Brett Anderson says: The gig we did for [Teenage Cancer Trust] at the Royal Albert Hall in 2010 was possibly my favourite ever show in 25 years of playing live." The show will take place on Sunday 30 March.
The line-up so far is:
Monday 24 March - Ed Sheeran
Tuesday 25 March - An Evening Of Comedy with Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan, Patrick Kielty, Rob Beckett and Hal Cruttenden.
Wednesday 26 March - Paolo Nutini
Thursday 27 March - OneRepublic
Saturday 29 March - The Cure
Sunday 30 March - Suede: Dog Man Star 20th anniversary
Roger Daltrey says of this year's line-up: " This is our fourteenth year at the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust and I'm very happy to be back after handing the reins to Noel Gallagher for a year. The money raised is invaluable in helping young people with cancer, and in return for the public's hard earned cash we put on some very special shows."
Tickets for the shows go on sale at 9.30am on Friday 31 January. All proceeds from the shows go towards providing this specialist care and support for young people with cancer.

http://www.xfm.co.uk/news/the-cure-to-p ... 014-shows/

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Post by sunshine » 30 Jan 2014, 06:41

January 29, 2014 12:03
The Cure and Suede to play Roger Daltrey's Teenage Cancer Trust gigs
Ed Sheeran, Paolo Nutini and OneRepublic also announced in the lineup for the Royal Albert Hall fundraiser
Roger Daltrey has unveiled the first set of acts on the lineup for his series of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at London's Royal Albert Hall.
The Who frontman is curating the series of concerts this year (2014), which since their launch in 2000 have raised over £17 million for young people with cancer.
The Cure, Suede, Ed Sheeran, Paolo Nutini and OneRepublic will all headline the series of gigs, which will take place between March 24 and 30.
Alongside musical performances, Daltrey has also announced an evening of comedy featuring Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan, Patrick Kielty, Rob Beckett and Hal Cruttenden.
Last year's curator Noel Gallagher has also helped Daltrey put together this year's line-up.
Daltrey said in a statement: "This is our 14th year at the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust and I'm very happy to be back after handing the reins to Noel Gallagher for a year. The money raised is invaluable in helping young people with cancer, and in return for the public's hard earned cash we put on some very special shows.
"Over the years we’ve had so many memorable moments. These include Noel Gallagher and Damon Albarn appearing together for the first time, Paul Weller, Kelly Jones and Eddie Vedder flying halfway round the world to sing one song, Matt Bellamy playing the Hall's famous pipe organ and so many more."
The Teenage Cancer Trust Royal Albert Hall shows are as follows:
Ed Sheeran (March 24)
An evening of comedy with Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan, Patrick Kielty, Rob Beckett and Hal Cruttenden (25)
Paolo Nutini (26)
OneRepublic (27)
The Cure (29)
Suede: 'Dog Man Star' 20th Anniversary (30)

Tickets prices start from £25 (plus booking fees) and go onsale on Friday (January 31) at 9.30am. To check the availability of Teenage Cancer Trust tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.


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Post by sunshine » 30 Jan 2014, 23:40

Teenage Cancer Trust Gigs: Suede, The Cure
Laurie Tuffrey , January 29th, 2014 10:53
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Bands announced for line-up of shows curated by Roger Daltrey in March
Suede and The Cure are set to play the Royal Albert Hall as part of this year's run of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs. The line-up has been curated by The Who's Roger Daltrey, a patron of the charity, and will be the conclusion of a full week of shows, with The Cure playing Saturday 29 March and Suede, performing their 1994 LP Dog Man Star in full, on Sunday 30. Says the band's Brett Anderson: "It's great being involved with Teenage Cancer Trust again. It’s a fantastic charity and we have a proud history of involvement with them. The gig we did for them at the Royal Albert Hall in 2010 was possibly my favourite ever show in 25 years of playing live."
Elsewhere on the line-up, there's Paolo Nutini, Ed Sheeran and One Republic and a comedy evening featuring Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan and more; tickets go on sale from the Teenage Cancer Trust's website this Friday, January 31, at 9.30 am.

http://thequietus.com/articles/14387-su ... ncer-trust

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Re: 30th March - RAH - DMS 20th anniversary

Post by metalmickey » 31 Jan 2014, 14:22

I got my ticket :)

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Post by sunshine » 31 Jan 2014, 19:57

See you there then! :)


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Post by some albino » 01 Feb 2014, 00:03

See you there!!!

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Post by sunshine » 01 Feb 2014, 07:04

Oh yes! the bigsuede family is getting back together!

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Post by sunshine » 19 Mar 2014, 06:46

March 18, 2014
Suede frontman Brett Anderson on the band's music: 'It's a shot at immortality'
AS HE prepares to rock the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust, Suede's singer reflects on the Britpop group's fame, their musical legacy and the records he still wants to make
Giles Sheldrick
Nineties rockers Suede will perform again on March 30 for the Teenage Cancer Trust. For a man who once sang Long Live Rock, it was perhaps a surprising thing to say. But then again, after a 50-year career at the top table of British music, The Who’s Roger Daltrey has earned the right to mellow. His weary cry of “turn it down, will you?” during Brit-pop band Suede's sound check ahead of the legendary Teenage Cancer Trust gigs is proof the rock god and former hellraiser has changed. He never did die before he got old, to misquote My Generation. And it's a good job too, because now his energies are focused improving the lives of young cancer sufferers across the UK. For more than a decade, he has been the charity's patron and driving force behind its unrivalled Royal Albert Hall concerts.
And it was during rehearsals for Suede's sold-out gig on March 30 that Daltrey, 70, marched up to the stage to moan the quintessentially-British five-piece were causing too much of a racket. Speaking exclusively to the Daily Express bassist Mat Osman said: "Teenage Cancer Trust gigs are great because they're very straightforward - that's the thing we like about everything we have done with them. "They are really good at spending the money raised because they don't faff around. When the call came in it was like, 'would you like to play a gig - and can we have all the money?' There's never any complications with them. Plus we got to hear Roger Daltrey say we were too loud. How cool is that? I've never seen our sound man look so happy - he appeared with this massive grin saying, 'Daltrey says we're too loud'."
Our man Giles Sheldrick (centre) with Suede's Brett Anderson and Mat Osman. The unconscious manifesto was to sing about my life and the world I saw and that meant talking about council houses and the prosaic side of life. This year's week-long series of gigs kick-off on Monday, March 24, climaxing with Suede playing their seminal second album Dog Man Star in its entirety. This year will be extra special - and for Suede it marks a homecoming. It's the 14th year the charity has staged major-league concerts at the iconic venue which have raised £17million since 2000. For Suede, it marks exactly four years since “a one off” reunion for the charity. They called in a day after the lukewarm reception of A New Morning in 2002 but reformed in 2010 especially for Teenage Cancer Trust. The gig, singled out by frontman Brett Anderson as a personal highlight from 25-years playing live, led to the band reforming and subsequently releasing critically-acclaimed album, Bloodsports, last year. He said: "It's great being involved with Teenage Cancer Trust again. It's amazing what they do. It’s a fantastic charity and we have a proud history of involvement with them. The gig we did in 2010 was possibly my favourite ever show in 25 years of playing live. The Royal Albert Hall has always been a special place. I used to go there with my dad who was a huge classical music fan. I remember we once went to see a Sergei Rachmaninoff piece which was preceded this by avant garde composer, whose name I can't remember, but he really hated it. In the split second between the piece finishing and the applause my dad got up and shouted 'rubbish' inside a silent Albert Hall - it was absolutely brilliant. The Who's Roger Daltrey is the Teenage Cancer Trust's patron.
Where chemicals once coursed through his veins, Anderson is now 46, clean-living and married with two children. It's a long way from the formative years he spent in the dreary suburban town of Haywards Heath, the West Sussex nowhere town that provided such a rich source of material for the band. The unparalleled singular history of a group triumphantly described in 1992 as "The Best New Band in Britain" includes such anthems for the disaffected as Animal Nitrate, Trash, So Young and Metal Mickey - and saw tickets for their appearance later this month sell out within minutes. The set list for March 30 remains a closely-guarded secret but if past gigs are anything to go by it will be littered with surprises, treasured B-sides and rarities. Anderson said: "I understand why fans like Dog Man Star. I think it's a complete record, a journey you can get lost in. Is it my favourite Suede record? I don't know. I think the two either side of it are pretty good (Suede and Coming Up). But it just happens to have my favourite Suede song on it, The Wild Ones. It's a special song. I love the melody and I like the sentiment. It's bittersweet and just the right side of easy listening. Most of all, it speaks to people. The unconscious manifesto was to sing about my life and the world I saw and that meant talking about council houses and the prosaic side of life.
"It sounds like something you might find inside a birthday card but making records is a good thing to have done and as a general body of work I am intensely proud of what Suede has achieved. Bands are defined by the music they make. We reformed in 2010 and played the greatest hits thing for a couple of years, but I didn't think I could look myself in the mirror unless we created new music. And we will continue to make stuff until the wheels fall off. If you are excited about the next record, that's all you need. I'd like to make another great record - and maybe another one after that. Towards the end of first phase of Suede we lost focus on what we wanted to do. Now I know exactly the records I want to make. I feel like I have a grip. If you get it right the rewards are huge, and I'm not talking about money, it's a shot at immortality."
Teenage Cancer Trust is the only British charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and survival chances of those aged between 13 and 24. The charity funds and builds specialist cancer units in NHS hospitals and provides staff, bringing young people together so they can be treated by experts in the best surroundings. There are now 27 across the UK - but five more are needed. This year's line-up over seven consecutive nights includes: Ed Sheeran, Micky Flanagan, John Bishop, Jason Manford, Paolo Nutini, OneRepublic and The Cure. Osman said: "In the eight years we split up you didn't hear a Suede record - it was almost like we were written out of history. It's a very Suede thing that sometimes we are extremely fashionable and, occasionally, we are as out as it is possible to be. Post A New Morning we were probably the least-fashionable band in the world - the sort Status Quo fans would call dull. Luckily, there was a whole new generation who hadn't heard us and, honestly, we didn't realise there was such a reservoir of love out there. The reason we agreed to play Teenage Cancer Trust gig in 2010 was because we thought it might not work. And if it wasn't going to work we wanted to raise a load of money for something we care about. Actually, it was one of the most unexpected phone calls of my life. If the gig hadn't of materialised we wouldn't have reformed."
For more information about the Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall visit teenagecancertrust.org
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Post by sunshine » 31 Mar 2014, 01:33

OMG! For a moment, I thought I had died and gone to heaven...
We had a few surprises... the first one to find Dirty Pretty Strings on stage... It was nice to see Amy again!
then the setlist... including a new song... the the top form they were all in!

They played
Part 1: Introducing the Band, We Are The Pigs, Heroine, The Wild Ones (w strings), Daddy's Speeding, The Power (w strings), New Generation, This Hollywood Life, The 2 of Us, Black or Blue (w strings), The Asphalt World (long version), Still Life (w strings)
Part 2: Killing of Flashboy, My Dark Star, Whipsnade, Together, Filmstar, Trash, Animal Nitrate, Stars & Ends, Don't Know How to Reach (new song), The Living dead (a cappella), For The Strangers, So Young, Metal Mickey, Beautiful Ones, Stay Together (long version with Strings and Saxos)


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