I have two pairs of tickets to attend the BT Digital Music Awards tomorrow night, where we stand a chance of winning the award for Best Music Blog (and DG Management of winning Best Official Music Site).
If you can make it to the Roundhouse in Camden by 8PM (UK time) tomorrow – and “dress smart,” as it says on the tickets – let me know.
However, you must be able to collect the tickets from the management office’s new location in London (N8) by 6PM (UK) tomorrow. There isn’t time to send them out to you, unfortunately.
If you can definitely meet the above criteria, let me know.
Just in case you’re still blinded by optimism, the Blu-ray (or blu-ray, Bluray, Blu-Ray, or whatever it’s called) version of David’s ‘Remember That Night’ set will not be released this month, as some reports have suggested.
It will definitely not be available before late-November.
I’ll have a precise date just as soon as one can be confirmed, so please continue to be patient. For now, it’s scheduled for Tuesday 20 November in North America, but this is subject to change.
The same applies for Fender’s David Gilmour Stratocaster, which will hopefully (that’s the best I can do right now, sorry) be launched the same week as the Blu-ray version of ‘Remember That Night’.
More, as ever, when it’s carved in stone.
Another update on how ‘Remember That Night’ is doing in the Music DVD charts… It’s now hit the Number One spot in Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, the UK and the US.