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Never miss another 'Camel' show
In this prevailing era of 'distinguished rock bands', Camel stands among the best. Classic survivors in the ultimate sense, Camel continue their forward movement and return to the spotlight in the Autumn of 2013.
Andrew Latimer (guitar, vocals) the unwavering vanguard of the group, will be joined by long time band member, Colin Bass (bass vocals), with Denis Clement (drums), Guy LeBlanc (keyboards) along with keyboardist and special guest Jan Schelhaus will complete the lineup.
A celebratory tour, like many bands before them, Camel have considerably more to celebrate. For several years, Andrew Latimer was battling terminal illness at the same time his friend and former band mate Peter Bardens (1973-1978) succumbed to lung and brain cancer. Ten years on, Latimer has regained his health and this autumn will present the epic Snow Goose in tribute to his friend, and in celebration of a career spanning more than 40 years.
This two-set tour will embrace compositions recorded throughout those years in a personal covenant of appreciation for a deeply rewarding life of music.
Seminal Canterbury rock band formed in 1971 and still producing the goods 40 years on - albeit with only guitarist/vocalist Andy Latimer remaining from the original line-up. Latimer (guitar, vocals) the unwavering vanguard of the group, is joined by long time band member, Colin Bass (bass vocals), with Denis Clement (drums), Guy LeBlanc (keyboards) along with keyboardist and special guest Jan Schelhaus completing the line-up.
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Venue: Salisbury City Hall
Bookings: 01722 434434
→ Salisbury 5 min walk