A select group of fifty people will be the first performance ever of an artist on the historic site of Stonehenge may attend. The prehistoric monument in Salisbury in september is the setting of a very special set of the English dj Paul Oakenfold, which prides itself on goes to unusual locations to perform. Reports that music magazine New Musical Express (NME).
So was the 54-year-old Oakenfold, is already on the Chinese Wall, or on Mount Everest (see picture) behind his dj-booth. In september he will be the attendees feast on a special performance during sunset at Stonehenge. The performance will also be recorded and released as a unique live album entitled “Live At Stonehenge”.
All revenue of the action are intended for English Heritage, an association that the English heritage protects and maintains and 400 historic sites manages, including Stonehenge. An exact date for the concert has yet to be announced.
Oakenfolds career started in 1980. He was nominated for two Grammy Awards (Best Electronic/Dance Album in 2007 and Best Dance Recording in 2010), and so far has three studio albums to his name. In 1998 and 1999, he was the best dj in the world chosen by the leading British music magazine DJ Magazine.