Echoes from Pompei with special guest Adrian Maben

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Saturday 23rd April, Theatre Di Costanzo Mattiello, at 9.00pm in Pompeii (Na)

Adrian Maben live at Pompeii

On April 23, 2016, the music of Pink Floyd in Pompeii returns to resound with Echoes from Pompeii, an event that has as its protagonist the English band that better than anyone else rewrote entire chapters of rock music, declined in all its forms. To be at the forefront of the evening, the newly formed Association Live At Pompeii as main sponsor which, under the auspices of town of Pompeii, in Campania region and with the support of the Roman law firm, will take the Pink Bricks on the stage of the theater Di Costanzo Mattiello in Pompeii, one of the most acclaimed tribute band and appreciated throughout the country. The band will perform the most representative songs of Pink Floyd, some of these rearranged in acoustic and totally unprecedented, thanks to the support of the quartet Harmonia arches, formed by musicians from Campania.

The event comes 45 years after the very celebrated Live At Pompeii, the documentary film shot in the amphitheater of the Excavations in October of 1971 and released in 1974, directed by Adrian Maben. Echoes from Pompeii will be preceded by a press conference inside the theater, where the new association will present itself to the public, explaining the initiatives in the pipeline for this 2016, all centered on the music of the Pink Floyd.

The Pink Bricks carry around Italy the great Pink Floyd hits for 8 years, representing them so very true. The tribute band boasts the participation in two of the most acclaimed events the peninsula dedicated to Gilmour & Co., Atom At Night 2013 at the Ravello Festival and the Atom Acts Paestum 2014 held inside the archaeological site of the city. With their engaging live performance, the Pink Bricks have conquered not only the public who crowd their concerts, but Sir Adrian Maben who listened to them and appreciated on June 27 in 2015 at Angri (Sa), so want them to be at the opening of his photo exhibition of Pompeii.

The Association Live At Pompeii was founded in January 2016 with the aim of spreading all that featured Pink Floyd's career, through the organization and the realization of concerts, shows and photographic exhibitions. The founding members are Matteo Apuzzo, Francesco Romano, Vincenzo Tranchese, Antonello Buonocore and Alessio D'Amaro.

To buy the tickets, you can contact at the phone numbers +39 339 64 23 306 – +39 338 44 97 216 – +39 335 83 71 815 – +39 3388871734 – +39 349 85 51 914 or you can directly go to Roman Law Firm, street Enrico Fermi 4, Scafati (Sa) Tel. +39 0818504488 – +39 0818506328

The ticket price is 15 euro

Following the teasers of the show:

1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RMhxUlXLS0

2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2RWqiT2Py1c

Association Live At Pompeii

Official site: www.liveatpompeii.it

Facebook official page: www.facebook.com/associazioneliveatpompeii/

Twitter official page: www.twitter.com/AssLiveAtPompei

Instagram official page: www.instagram.com/associazioneliveatpompeii/

Pink Bricks

Official Site: www.pinkbricks.it

Facebook official page: www.facebook.com/PinkBricks

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Glenn Povey (UK)

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Honorary Member of the Association "Floydseum"

Founder of well-known English fanzine dedicated to Pink Floyd's "Brain Damage", he was director from 1985 to 1993, also launching the career of Australian Pink Floyd.
He’s a great collector of historical documents relating to the band, co-editor of the book "Pink Floyd in the flesh, the complete performance history" and author of what is widely considered the "bible" of Pink Floyd or the book "Echoes" that has consecrated as the leading authority on the history of the band. He has written extensively about the band for many music magazines including Mojo, Record Collector and Classic Rock.
He currently works in art direction and production tour of the music industry, he’is editor of books on Pink Floyd (mindheadpublishing.co.uk) and recently has also printed a new lavishly illustrated book titled "The Treasures of Pink Floyd."

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