David Gilmour Plays His First US Concert In Ten Years, With Help From David Crosby

first_imgEdit this setlist | More David Gilmour setlists With great anticipation, Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour returned to the spotlight once more, playing his first concert on US soil since 2006! The beloved guitarist recently released Rattle That Lock, and has performed for Europe a number of times in the past few months. Last night, however, Gilmour brought his rockin’ show to the Hollywood Bowl, where he welcomed David Crosby for a significant portion of the show.As the setlist tells us, Gilmour opened with a few tracks from his new album, including “5 A.M.,” “Rattle That Lock,” and “Faces of Stone.” From there, he went into “Wish You Were Here,” flooding the crowd with nostalgia. While YouTube seems to be removing any videos of the show, this one has remained available:After “Wish You Were Here,” Gilmour welcomed out Crosby, who revived collaborations from Gilmour’s 2006 album, On An Island. Crosby would later return for a couple more songs, including “Comfortably Numb” as the show’s finale.The full setlist can be seen below:Edit this setlist | More David Gilmour setlistslast_img

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