Peter Gabriel and His Big Orchestra Play Live at the Ed Sullivan Theater

On Wednes­day night, Peter Gabriel brought his 46-piece orches­tra to the Ed Sul­li­van The­ater in New York City and treat­ed the audi­ence to a 65-minute con­cert fea­tur­ing orches­tral ver­sions of some clas­sic Gabriel songs: Red Rain, Sols­bury Hill, Biko, Intrud­er, Mer­cy Street, Wall­flower, San Jac­in­to, Rhythm of The Heat, Sig­nal to Noise — they were all on the setlist, though not in that par­tic­u­lar order. The con­cert, pre­sent­ed as part of the Live on Let­ter­man web­cast series, fea­tures songs and musi­cians appear­ing on Gabriel’s lat­est LP, New Blood.…

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