Bond themes will be performed by Rubbish and Shirley Bassey during “The Sound Of 007” at the Royal Albert Corridor.
Rubbish and Shirley Bassey during : Garbage and Dame Shirley Bassey will carry out James Bond themes at ‘The Sound Of 007’ This fall, there will be a one-time charity live concert on the Royal Albert Corridor.
On October 4, an event called “The Sound Of 007” will commemorate 60 years of the Bond film series. The occasion commemorates the international premiere of the first 007 film, Dr. No, which took place on October 5, 1962.
Rubbish, Shirley Bassey, and other members of the Bond soundtrack, as well as specific friends like Celeste, will perform classic Bond theme songs during the event, which is organised by five-time Bond composer David Arnold. The Royal Philharmonic Live performance Orchestra, conducted by Nicholas Dodd, can support these tunes.
Rubbish and Bassey will perform “The World Is Not Sufficient,” their song from the 1997 Bond film of the same name. “Like the small one within, I’m swooning. Shirley Manson, vocalist for the band Rubbish, stated on Instagram: “Usually life is just so amazing, I can’t picture it.
Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli said that music has always played a big part in the success of the James Bond series. Over the course of the 60-year history, we have been fortunate to have the remarkable talents of illustrious composers and artists who have produced some of the most potent and moving musical scores for our 25 films. On October 4, “The Sound of 007” will celebrate their incredible accomplishments live on stage.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the soundtracks live to picture at a series of complete in-concert screenings of the most recent Bond films in November at the Royal Albert Corridor.
The series includes the live debuts of Spectre (November 19: at 2pm and 7.30pm) and On line casino Royale (November 20: at 1.30pm), as well as Skyfall (November 18: 7.30pm) (November 17: 7.30pm).
Tickets for the “The Sound Of 007” event will be available here starting at 10am on August 1. Even 020 7589 8212 can be called by followers to e-book tickets. Tomorrow at 10 am, the venue’s friends and patrons can purchase tickets in advance (July 29).
The Bond theme from 2008, “Another Way To Die,” has been discussed by Jack White, who has called it “one of the most contentious things” he has ever worked on.