Site Loader

Of all my concerts…

There is nothing like a concert. I’ve had the privilege of experiencing some of the most unforgettable moments in music history. From small, intimate shows to massive arena tours, each concert has its own unique energy and magic that lives on in my memory.

In search of the Division Bell – August 2011

Embarking on a musical pilgrimage to Ely, a family searches for the cover site of Pink Floyd’s ‘Division Bell’ album, symbolizing communication and choice. Despite not locating the exact field featured on the cover, they seek personal clarity amidst iconic landscapes, ultimately cherishing shared memories over definitive discoveries.

Classic Albums recorded in the South of France

The South of France, with its appealing climate and tax benefits, has been a hotspot for artists to record classic albums. Iconic records like “Exile on Main Street” by The Rolling Stones and “The Wall” by Pink Floyd were created in residential studios like Villa Nellcôte and Super Bear. Other notable artists such as Queen, Kate Bush, Radiohead, and Wham! also found inspiration in this region, producing hits and embracing the picturesque locations. While properties like the Chateau d’Herouville revive music history, fans speculate about other possible recordings made in the area.