MINUTE BODIES 2017 Live Concert Dates

UPDATE: Minute Bodies: The intimate world of F. Percy Smith will be released on 9 June 2017 as a limited edition of each 3000 copies on LP+DVD and CD+DVD.  You can pre-order it already via Bandcamp :  https://tindersticks.bandcamp.com/

Additionally there will be also a combined Bluray/DVD edition, released by the BFI at: http://shop.bfi.org.uk/pre-order-minute-bodies-the-intimate-world-of-f-percy-smith.html

The official “Minute Bodies” website is online now, go here: https://www.minutebodies.com/

Minute Bodies”  new 2017 film&music project – see also more infos (tracklistings, etc), here at the collected infopage at tinderbits : http://tinderbits.tindersticks.de/archives/1382

Minute Bodies – 2017 Live Gigs:

  • 11th October 2016 – British Film Institute Southbank, London, UK (Worldwide Film Premiere & conversation with S.A.Staples – no live gig)
  • 9th February 2017 – Musée d’Art Roger Quilliot, Clermont–Ferrand, France (live premiere of MB)
  • 11.March 2017 – Le Lieu Unique – National Center for Contemporary Arts, Nantes, France
  • 12.March 2017 – Le Lieu Unique – National Center for Contemporary Arts, Nantes, France
  • 19th March 2017 – Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark  (two shows at 16:00 and 20:00)
  • 6th April 2017 – Rotterdam Stadschouwburg, The Netherlands
  • 14th May 2017 – Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium
  • 17th June 2017 – Barbican Center, London, U.K.
  • 29th June 2017 – Centre Pompidou-Metz in Metz, France (free admission show at 22:30)
  • 2nd July 2017 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France (two shows played at 16:30 and 20:30)
  • 16th August 2017, Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg, Germany

“There will also be screenings of Minute bodies at film festivals starting in the new year, beginning in January with Gotenborg, then Dublin and Rotterdam”

Please note, there will be also regular, non cine-concerts this year, including:

  •  30th June 2017 – St. Jan Church, Oostende, Belgium

Not officially confirmed concerts for 2017:

  • 3rd September 2017,Acropolis / Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Athens, Greece (cancelled)
‘Minute bodies’ will also be an installation at the Pompidou centre, Metz, as part of the much anticipated exhibition ‘Jardin Infini’ curated by Emma Lavigne 18.3 – 28.8.2017
 
http://www.centrepompidou-metz.fr/en/node/41760

here are some more Film Screenings :

source: website screenshot tindersticks.co.uk

Supporting Artists:

  • Thomas Belhom & Andy Nice have both supported the band during all the Minute Bodies sets and also through the respective 2nd set of classic songs/music.
  • Terry Edwards supported the band during a couple of songs in the classic songs set in Barbican, London.
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The Waiting Room 2016 Live Concert Dates

(updated:the 2016 tour is over now)

  • 19.January 2016 – Rough Trade Store NYC, New York City, USA (full DVD screening and a Q&A with Stuart A. Staples thereafter – no concert !)
  • 22.January 2016 – Rough Trade East Store. London, UK (full DVD screening, Q&A & 30 minutes acoustic set – ALBUM RELEASE EVENT)
  • 23.January 2016 – Botanique. Brussels, Belgium (full DVD screening, Q&A & 60 minutes set with complete band)
  • 24.January 2016 -Cinéma Étoile Lilas, Paris, France (full DVD screening and a Q&A with Stuart A. Staples thereafter – no concert !)
  • 10. February 2016 – Hotel Departemental, Clermont-Ferrand, France (6th Singing Skies Event w. short acoustic set at the vernissage opening)
  • 11.February 2016 – International Short Film Festival, Petit Velo, Clermont-Ferrand, France (late afternoon show) *CINE
  • 11.February 2016 – International Short Film Festival, Petit Velo, Clermont-Ferrand, France (evening show) *CINE
  • 13. February 2016 – Volksbühne, Berlin, Germany *CINE
  • 14. February 2016 – Volksbühne, Berlin, Germany *CINE
  • 22.February 2016 – Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, France *CINE
  • 24.February 2016 – La Vapeur, Dijon, France
  • 25.February 2016 – Château Rouge, Annemasse, France
  • 26.February 2016 – La Cartonnerie, Reims, France
  • 27.February 2016 – Théâtre d’Arras, Arras, France
  • 28.February 2016 – Concertgebouw de Doelen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • 29.February 2016 – Koninklijk Theater Carré, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • 02.March 2016 – Le 106, Rouen, France
  • 03.March 2016 – Le Rocher de Palmer, Cenon, France
  • 04.March 2016 – Le Parvis, Tarbes, France
  • 05.March 2016 – Paloma, Nîmes, France
  • 06.March 2016 – L’Octogone, Pully, Switzerland
  • 07.March 2016 – Kaufleuten, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 09.March 2016 – Wiener Konzerthaus, Vienna, Austria
  • 10.March 2016 – Archa Theatre, Prague, Czech Republic 
  • 11.March 2016, Münchner Kammerspiele, Munich, Germany
  • 12.March – Wizemann Club, Stuttgart, Germany
  • 13.March – Gloria Theater, Cologne, Germany
  • 14.March 2016 – Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany
  • 20.March 2016 -Bourlaschouwburg, Antwerp, Belgium
  • 21.March 2016 -Bourlaschouwburg, Antwerp, Belgium
  • 22.March 2016 – Het Depot – Leuven, Belgium

2nd leg of the initial TWR tour:

  • 14.April 2016  – L´Auditori, Barcelona, Spain
  • 15.April 2016 – Teatro Jovellanos, Gijon, Spain
  • 16.April 2016 – Tabakalera Miramon Amphitheatre, San Sebastian, Spain
  • 17.April 2016 – Zentral, Pamplona, Spain   (cancelled)
  • 18.April 2016 – Cabaret Botanique, Rennes, France
  • 19.April 2016 – Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris, France *CINE
  • 20.April 2016 – Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris, France *CINE
  • 21.April 2016 – Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris, France *CINE
  • 23.April 2016 – Chateau Neuf – Storsalen, Oslo, Norway
  • 24.April 2016 – Sodra Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 25.April 2016 – Sodra Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 26.April 2016 – Koncerthuset, Copenhagen, Denmark*CINE
  • 27.April 2016 – Voxhall, Aarhus, Denmark
  • 29.April 2016 – The Barbican, London, UK *CINE
  • 30.April 2016 – Warwick Arts Center, Coventry, UK *CINE
  • 01.May 2016 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK *CINE
  • 02.May 2016 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK *CINE
  • 03.May 2016 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK *CINE
  • 04.May 2016 – The Sage, Gateshead, UK *CINE
  • 06.May 2016 – Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK *CINE
  • 07.May 2016 – Colston Hall, Bristol, UK *CINE
  • 08.May 2016 – Brighton Dome, Brighton, UK *CINE

cine concerts

source: website screenshot

3rd (short) leg of the initial TWR tour:

  • 19.May 2016 – Posthof. Linz, Austria (canceled)
  • 20.May 2016 – Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo de Sevilla , Sevilla, Spain (canceled)
  • 22.May 2016 – Open, Norwich, UK *CINE
  • 24.May 2016 – Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies, Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 25.May 2016 – Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece 
  • 26.May 2016 – Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece 
  • 27.May 2016 – Zorlu Performing Arts Center, Istanbul, Turkey

The Waiting Room TOUR (part II) – summer 2016 festival dates:

  • 02. July 2016 – Atlantic Fest, Illa de Arousa (Pontevedra), Spain
  • 13.July 2016 – Theatre Municipal – Curtas Internat. Film Fest, Vila do Conde, Portugal  (two shows a. 20:00 & b. 22:30) *CINE
  • 15.July 2016 – Vieilles Charrues Festival, Carhaix, France
  • 16.July 2016 – Sommerperlen Festival, Centralstation, Darmstadt, Germany
  • 17.July 2016 – Stimmen Festival, Rosfelspark, Lörrach, Germany
  • 18.July 2016 – Muziekcentrum Frits Philips, Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • 19.July 2016 – Opera, Ghent, Belgium
  • 21.Juli 2016 – Circo Price, Madrid, Spain
  • 22.Juli 2016 – Auditorio Parque Torres, Cartagena, Spain
  • 24. July 2016 – Nuits de Fourviere – Odeon, Lyon, France
  • 10.August 2016 – City Theatre – Belfort (courtyard) – Bruges, Belgium
  • 11.August 2016 – Place des Palais – Brussels, Belgium
  • 13.August 2016 – La Route du Rock Festival, St. Malo, France
  • 20.August 2016 – Green Man Festival, Brecon Beacons, Wales, UK
  • 27.August – Festival Vilar de Mouros, Vilar de Mouros, Portugal

The Waiting Room Tour (part III) –  autumn/winter 2016 dates:

  • 17.September 2016 – Parkstad Limburg Theaters, Heerlen, Netherlands
  • 18.September 2016 – Ruhrtriennale – Lichtburg – Essen, Germany *CINE
  • 26.Oktober 2016 – Teatro Tivoli – Lisbon, Portugal
  • 27.October 2016 – Convento de Sao Francisco. Coimbra, Portugal
  • 29.Oktober 2016 – Casa da Musica, Porto, Portugal
  • 31.Oktober 2016 – Theatre de Namur – Namur – Belgium
  • 01.November 2016 – Culture Centrum, Hasselt, Belgium
  • 02.November 2016 – CC De Spil – Roeselare, Belgium
  • 04.November 2016 – 013 – Tilburg, Netherlands
  • 05.November 2016 – Rolling Stone Weekender – Weissenhäuser Strand, Germany
  • 06.November 2016 – Stadsschouwburg, Groningen, Netherlands
  • 07.November 2016 – Der Felsenkeller, Leipzig, Germany
  • 09.November – Kino Siska, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • 10.November 2016 – Helmut List Halle, Graz, Austria (cancelled)
  • 11.November 2016 – Posthof, Linz, Austria
  • 13.November 2016 – Konzerthaus, Dortmund, Germany
  • 14.November 2016 – Konzerthaus, Berlin, Germany

*CINE = concerts with the TWR film project screening on/behind the stage, while the band plays the songs live – Follow me will be normally screened from DVD as the band enters the stage. 2nd part of the evening (after a short pause) will be filled with an additional set without film screening in the the background (perhaps the 2nd official version of how he entered can be screened in an encore or replaces the version in the TWR DVD screening in the first part).

see also: http://www.tindersticks.co.uk/tomorrows/concerts/

 

Supports during the tour:

  • Julian Siegel supported the band (along with an additional sax player) on stage through all song sets during the following CINE concert gigs: 2x Berlin (02-2016 & 11-2016), 3x Paris (04-2016), Copenhagen (04-2016), London (04-2016), Bristol & Brighton (05-2016)
  • Christine Ott will be guest/supporting on the tour from Dijon on 24th February until Zurich on 7th March
  • Miss Kenichi will be guest/supporting on the tour from Vienna on 9th March until Hamburg on 14th March.
  • Simon Lenski will be guest in Antwerp on 20th March and in Leuven on 22nd March, 31st October in Namur & 1st November in Hasselt
  • Slumberland – Jochem Baelus (Echo Beatty) will be guest in Antwerp on the 21st March
  • Thomas Belhom will be guest/supporting on the tour in Gijon, Barcelona & San Sebastian from 14-16th April & Rennes on 18th April.
  • The Amor Belhom Duo will be guest/supporting the band on all the october/november dates (without the portugese &  Namur, Hasselt and the Rolling Stone Weekender event)
  • The danish band Vessel will be guest/supporting on the tour from Oslo on 23th April until Aarhus on 27th April (Copenhagen will be a CINE concert event with probably no support act)
  • Bertrand Belin will be guest/supporting on the tour in Lyon on 24th July

 


 

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Short 6 minutes film about the live experience of TWR (Paris 22.2.2016) & interview bits

City Slang France posted a link to this 6 minutes short film/interview mix on facebook at the official band’s  fb wall – filmed at the special night in Paris at the Cartier Foundation on 22.2.2016 – you can watch the full film here:

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THE WAITING ROOM 2016 album & film project updates

Details & 2016 concerts for the new THE WAITING ROOM album tour:

Photo from the official website

statement from Stuart A. Staples on the official homepage :

The new album, film project

Hello everyone. Welcome to this next part of our band’s journey.
The new album, ‘The waiting room’, was completed in the summer after a long time of gradual writing and recording. We think it’s pretty strong and a step on (a stride even?) from ‘The something rain’.

I think it’s our first real ‘5 piece’ album. There are some great guest contributions also – Jehnny Beth, Lhasa, Julian Seigel – but it is more or less a balance between the 5 of us.

The song, ‘We are dreamers!’, has been out there a while and ‘Hey Lucinda’ is here below with its great film by British artists Rosie Pedlow and Joe King.

The film is part of ‘The waiting room film project’; collaboration with the Clermont- Ferrand International Short Film Festival, with each song from the album having a short film commissioned specifically for it. The process of working with the festival to identify directors, team them with songs and then carry the conversation through to conclusion has been a long but rewarding one. Myself and Suzanne were even able to explore some of the visual ideas we had for the songs.

It was a great feeling to bring all the works together recently. A dvd of the complete project will be part of the limited edition packages.

Many concerts are being confirmed for the first half of next year. A number of them will be cine concerts with the songs played live to the projected films. The first of these special concerts will be at the Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival.

The artwork comes from a Richard Dumas photo session, as well as the cover image there is a 16 page photo booklet in the LP and CD.

As Neil commented recently ‘This album…it’s a bit of a monster’

Update: another PR text from http://www.tindersticks.co.uk/the-waiting-room/  (end of 11/2015)

“the waiting room

It took 4 years to create, what seemed like, a huge pile of ideas and then sift though them to find the nuggets that form this album. An album essentially made from a collection of first or second takes of shared moments, gently edited down and embellished into the songs here.

After 2102’s ‘the something rain’ tindersticks needed some time to figure out this rebuilt, reinvigorated band we had become. Time needed for it take its own shape. There were welcome diversions – the electronic soundtrack to Claire Denis’ ‘Les Salauds’, the orchestral soundscapes for the Ypres WW1 museum, the ‘Singing skies’ art project and book. And also celebrating our 20th anniversary with a live in the studio album and European tour… moments of coming to terms with our past, being released from it.

From the dissolution of the original line up in 2006 (David Boulter, Neil Fraser and Stuart A. Staples remaining) to the addition of Dan Mckinna (2007) and Earl Harvin (2009). This new incarnation has gradually been finding its own way of approaching ideas within their studio environment of ‘Le chien chanceux’. This was felt keenly with the writing and recording of ‘Help Yourself’ – The first song to be realized for this album – which raised a lot of questions, not least: How do we make an album that this song sits happily in the centre of?

Gradually the other songs began to surface and show themselves. From abstract ideas (‘Were we once lovers?’, ‘How he entered’) to more traditional structures (‘Second chance man’, ‘The waiting room’), and finally to the song we needed to begin the album – A cover version of ‘Follow me’, Bronislau Kaper’s theme from the 1962 version of ‘Mutiny on the bounty’.

Although the recording, production and arrangements were taken care of in-house, the album also benefits hugely from the brass arrangements of Julian Siegel and the singing of Jehnny Beth from Savages on ‘We are dreamers!’.

And a last song with Lhasa.

Lhasa de Sela was a great artist and singer but, more importantly, a close friend and creative ally. Before her death in 2010, when she was fit and well, we recorded the singing for the song ‘Hey Lucinda’ together. It has taken a long time for me to be able to return this recording and, hopefully, to do justice to the song we both wanted it to be.

SAS
August 2015″

 

 

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“Each song on the album will have a specially commissioned film to accompany it with the series produced by La Blogoteque and directed by a host of different international film directors including Christoph Girardet (Germany), Claire Denis and Pierre Vinour (France), Gabriel Sanna (Brazil) and Rosie Pedlow and Joe King (UK).

update: the film directors:

1. Follow Me – Suzanne Osborne and Stuart A. Staples (UK)
2. Second Chance man – Christoph Girardet (Germany)
3. Were We Once Lovers? – Pierre Vinour (France)
4. Help Youself – Claire Denis (France)
5. Hey Lucinda – Rosie Pedlow and Joe King (UK)
6. This Fear of Emptiness – Stuart A. Staples (UK)
7. How He Entered – Gregorio Graziosi (Italy)
8. The Waiting Room – Stuart A. Staples (UK)
9. Planting Holes -David Reeve (UK)
10. We Are Dreamers! – Gabraz Sanna and Sara Nao Tem Nome (Brasil)
11. Like Only Lovers Can – Suzanne Osborne and Stuart A. Staples (UK)

 

Following its world premiere at the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in February, the band embark a major European tour culminating in UK gigs in April and May.”

see also on the official site: http://www.tindersticks.co.uk/the-waiting-room

ALBUM INFO:

“The Waiting Room’ features guest appearances by Jehnny Beth of Savages and a particularly poignant duet with dear lost friend of Stuart Staples, Lhasa De Sela. Its brass arrangements are by the great Julian Siegel and it comes dressed in a sleeve by legendary french photographer Richard Dumas.

Not only an album, an ambitious collaborative film project also – each track is accompanied by a short film, a visual interpretation by it’s own director, featuring Christoph Girardet, Pierre Vinour, Claire Denis, Rosie Pedlow and Joe King, Gregorio Graziosi, Richard Dumas and Gabriel Sanna.

Tracklist for both audio & video

01. Follow Me (instrumental)
02. Second Chance Man
03. Were We Once Lovers?
04. Help Youself
05. Hey Lucinda (feat. Lhasa De Sela)
06. This Fear Of Emptiness (instrumental)
07. How He Entered
08. The Waiting Room
09. Planting Holes (instrumental)
10. We Are Dreamers! (feat. Jehnny Beth)
11. Like Only Lovers Can

Available as a limited clear vinyl+dvd, black vinyl+dvd, limited cd+dvd, and cd. Vinyl includes mp3 download.”

 

 

Single Releases:

(Download-only) single(s) release schedule:

23.09.2015 We are Dreamers! (buyable now)
10.11.2015 Hey Lucinda (buyable now)
08.01.2016 Were we once Lovers?

some recording details:

 
“The Waiting Room –
David Boulter, Neil Fraser, Earl Harvin, Dan McKinna, Stuart A. Staples.
recorded at ‘le chien chanceux’ by Stuart A. Staples, sometimes with Sam Naval.
Strings and brass recorded by George Murphy (the pool and eastcote)
‘Hey Lucinda’ singing recorded at Hotel2Tango, Montreal mixed may 2015 by Stuart A. Staples
produced by Stuart A. Staples mastered by John Dent at Loud.”

 

also available now from bandcamp http://tindersticks.bandcamp.com/

 

the 2nd video from La blogotheque:

see also: http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/exclusive-beautiful-music-video-for-tindersticks-hey-lucinda-featuring-lhasa-de-sela-20151110

 

from Stuart A. Staples on this song:

“Hey Lucinda

I started to write this song a long time ago – around 6am, walking the streets of central Cologne – I didn’t realise then that by trying to push at the way a duet is structured – making this song more conversational, fluid – that the musical setting it actually asked for was beyond us. A ten year struggle commenced, it became a joke in the band – ‘Time to try again with Lucinda…’

Along the way I visited my great friend Lhasa de Sela in Montreal and we spent a little time recording a version of ‘Hey Lucinda’. She understood that it was not right for this song to lament, that underneath its ‘sad’ surface, it is full of mischief.

After Lhasa’s death on New Years day 2010 I had to put the song (and her other recordings) away. I have only recently been able to listen to her sing again and Lucinda resurfaced in my consciousness, though this time I was more able to understand what it needed – To be true to the moment we shared singing it together. As a band we approached the music again, giving it only just what was needed but hopefully catching some of that mischief!”

 

Update 01/2016 – the 3rd Single:

http://www.undertheradarmag.com/news/watch_tindersticks_-_were_we_once_lovers_video

“Tindersticks’ frontman Stuart Staples had this to say about the video and song in a press release: “I have wanted to make a song with a slap bass for some time – it felt dangerous and proved quite a battle to achieve. Resistance even from within our ranks and I would say Dan McKinna was even shy when first playing it – we had to reassure him that he was among friends. The songs structure was also challenging – calling the chords out as we played / recorded. It gives the song an unpredictability that is at odds with the intense momentum that carries it. And that deep lying nervous energy that only a slap bass could bring.

“In the early ’90s Pierre Vinour made an iconic short film called Paris – Marchseille – a time lapse view of the journey through a car window condensed into three minutes ending by driving off the edge of France into the sea. When I saw this film I felt an immediate connection with ‘Were We Once Lovers?’ – the speed of the journey, but I also felt that the song was speeding through the drivers mind. I was pleased that Pierre felt that connection also and he set to work building on this idea. Still, I was still not prepared for the effect the final film had on me. The clenching intensity I felt when making the song was literally doubled. I love it but I can’t wait to be released from it, it holds me in this strange limbo.””

 

UPDATE 02/2016 – Mr.Donkey is back again.

from the official site:

“tindersticks, new ‘how he entered’ film

‘very excited to announce that our new film for ‘how he entered’ will be available next week.

the conclusion(?) of what was started with Richard Dumas on the photo session for the album cover, the film directed by Richard and Amaury Voslion was story boarded/art directed by stuart and suzanne.
It was shot in and around Langar Hall in Nottinghamshire, UK.

The film will be presented at Foundation Cartier, Paris on the evening of Monday 22nd February.

It will then be available to see on the Lomography website worldwide from Wednesday 24th February at 4p.m. C.E.T. (there is a little interview there too)

we hope you enjoy (it makes Neil cry..)”

“How He entered” Film , direted by Richard Dumas & Amaury Voslion  – story boarded/art directed by stuart a. staples & Suzanne Osborne

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from the official website:

tinder2016-albumtour

website screenshot

Update (26-08-2015): Three short bits (from the Marc Riley Airing of Terry & Neil on BBC6 – see here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06644j1  (can be relistened for the next 28 days)

  • Album will be released at the end of January 2016
  • An Extensive Tour will follow from end of Feb’16 into May’16
  • Terry Edwards won’t be playing at the tour due to other projects

 

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2015 tindersticks & solo-projects / side-projects live dates

2015 full band live dates:

2015 concerts (philharmonic hall mini tour)

  • 06 February 2015 – Salle des Fêtes du Lignon, Geneva, Switzerland
  • 07 February 2015 – Konzerthaus, Dortmund, Germany
  • 09 February 2015 – Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • 10 February 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France

2015/2016 solo-projects / side-projects live dates:

Neil Fraser & Terry Edwards:

  • 31 July 2015 – King & Queen Pub, London, U.K.
  • 10-11 August 2015 – Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Festival, Edingburg, U.K.
Live Video from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015 – Fear is a man’s best friend:

 

Stuart A. Staples sings @ In Dreams – David Lynch Revisited (Terry Edwards also involved):

  • 18 November 2015 – National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland
  • 19 November 2015 – Colston Hall, Bristol, U.K.
  • 21 November 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France
  • 22 November 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France
  • 23 November 2015 – Cité des Congrès, Nantes, France

 

so this was it for the moment, let’s see what else solo show(s) 2015/2016 will bring ;)

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tindersticks Concert @ Philharmonie de Paris – LIVE STREAM 10.02.2015

the concert will be live streamed on the website of the Philharmonie de Paris, check out again on the 10th February here:

http://live.philharmoniedeparis.fr/concert/1030359/tindersticks.html

 

cast:

Stuart Staples, voix, guitare
David Boulter, claviers
Dan McKinna, guitare, contrebasse, voix

Sylvester Earl Harvin, batterie, guitare
Neil Fraser, guitares
Howard Gott, alto
Robert Spriggs, violoncelle
Calina De La Mar, violon
Lucy Wilkins, violon
Andrew Nice, violoncelle, bois

 

UPDATE: arte TV FR will stream also this concert live on: http://concert.arte.tv/fr/tindersticks-la-philharmonie-de-paris

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2014 & 2015 tindersticks LIVE CONCERTS

here’re the 2014 tindersticks live gigs (as announced by now) :

  • 01 February 2014 –  Le Point du Jour, Cherbourg, France (4th singing skies opening event)
  • 25 April 2014 – La Cathedrale St. Etienne – Bourges, France
  • 06 June 2014 – The Space – Nottingham, UK (5th singing skies opening event)

2015 concerts (philharmonic hall mini tour)

  • 06 February 2015 – Salle des Fêtes du Lignon, Geneva, Switzerland
  • 07 February 2015 – Konzerthaus, Dortmund, Germany
  • 09 February 2015 – Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • 10 February 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France

n.b.: there might be another rumoured additional date in this week

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