STEVEN WILSON: 2013 European Solo Tour

Steven Wilson has announced the dates of his forthcoming European solo tour. The tour takes in UK dates at Manchester, Glasgow and London’s Royal Festival Hall

The full list of dates announced so far is:

1 March – Manchester Academy 2 [ticket link]

2 March – Glasgow ABC [ticket link]

4 March – London Royal Festival Hall [ticket link]

8 March – Paris Le Trianon

10 March – Cologne Live Music Hall

11 March – Amsterdam Rabizaal

12 March – Antwerp Arenbergshouwburg

14 March – Hamburg CCH (Saal 2)

16 March – Stockholm Filadelfiakyrkan

18 March – Oslo Sentrum Scene

19 March – Copenhagen VEGA (main hall)

21 March – Berlin Huxley’s

22 March – Essen Colosseum

23 March – Frankfurt Hugenotthalle

25 March – Stuttgart Theatrehaus

26 March – Munich Alte Kongresshalle

27 March – Zurich Volkhaus

28 March – Milan Teatro Della Luna

Wilson has been busy in America working on his third solo album, which Prog hears is slated for a Februrary release. Wilson and band members Nick Beggs (bass), Theo Travis (saxophone and flute), Marco Minnemann (drums), Guthrie Govan (guitar) and Adam Holzman (keyboards) have been working in LA’s East West Studios with engineer Alan Parsons. The album will feature Luminol, the lengthy track Wilson aired on the final part of his Grace For Drowning tour, and Prog believes the orchestral ballad The Raven That Refused To Sing and The Watchmaker are also in contention for inclusion.

Wilson’s first ever solo live DVD, Get All You Deserve, has just been released, and went Top 5 in the UK. Porcupine Tree are about to release a 2 disc live album, Octane Twisted, through Kscope on November 19. The album was recorded at a concert at Chicago’s Riviera venue, with three extra tracks recorded at the band’s celebrated appearance at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Here’s a clip of Steven and the band in LA recording The Raven That Refused To Sing.


Nikola Savić is a prog enthusiast, blogger and author, in addition to being the founder of Prog Sphere, Progify, ProgLyrics and the ongoing Progstravaganza compilation series.

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