- APRIL 17 - LONDON, UK. BUSH HALL
- APRIL 18 - BROMSGROVE , UK. ARTRIX
- APRIL 19 - GLASGOW, UK. ORAN MOR
- APRIL 20 - ABERDEEN, UK. LEMON TREE
- APRIL 22 - MILTON KEYNES, UK. THE STABLES
- APRIL 23 - WIMBORNE, UK. TIVOLI THEATRE
- APRIL 24 - FOLKESTONE, UK. THE TOWER THEATRE
- MAY 4 - ZOETERMEER, THE NETHERLANDS. CULTUURPODIUM BOERDERIJ
- MAY 5 - BOCHUM, GERMANY. CHRISTUSKIRCHE
- MAY 6 - ASCHAFFENBURG, GERMANY. COLOS-SAAL
- MAY 8 - STUTTGART, GERMANY. THEATERHAUS
- MAY 9 - NURENBERG, GERMANY. LOWEENSAAL
- MAY 10 - MUNICHM, GERMANY. ALTE KONGRESSHALLE
- MAY 12 - HAMBURG, GERMANY. FABRIK
- MAY 13 - BERLIN, GERMANY. PASSIONSKIRCHE
- MAY 14 - COLOGNE, GERMANY. KULTURKIRCHE
- MAY 16 - WILHELMSHAVEN, GERMANY. PUMPWERK
- MAY 17 - LEIPZIG, GERMANY. PARKBUHNE
NEW ALBUM LEGEND II TO BE RELEASED IN EUROPE, NEXT FEBRUARY 4.
Albert Hammond has been confirmed as a Viña del Mar (Chile) Music Festival jury. Great artists such as Elton John, Jonas Brohers and Maná will be performing.
Albert Hammond and Barry Mason are involved in the musical composition of the new stage musical The Last Horseman. Written by Ray Loriga, directed by Victor Conde and produced by the Oscar award winner Andres Vicente Gómez, its Spanish version (El Último Jinete) will open in Madrid on December, 5, 2012 at Teatros del Canal. The Last Horseman will be presented in London during 2013.
This musical adventure tells the story of Tiradh, a young Bedouin with no possessions, who undertakes a journey loking for his dreamed horse, a mare he has never seen but always existed in his heart. From the Arabian desert to Egypt, from the Middle East to the bustling London of the late nineteenth century, Tiradh will travel a magical world populated by legendary warriors, horse dealers, dangerous bandits, dancing camels, powerful princes... While pursueing the footsteps of his beloved horse. During his ordeal, he will touch the soul of Laura, a brave and exquisite British rider who shares his love for horses. Tiradh will face all the dangers of the old and new world in search of his own destiny.
As patron of Allegro Music Productions, Mr. Hammond donates two shields to the annual Gibraltar Festival for Young Musicians, which are rotated around the First Schools and the Middle and Senior Schools each year. The Albert Hammond Shields are non-competitive and are to encourage children to participate in the festival each year and enjoy music making and performing. The School Festival Day attracts over 240 children in school choirs and 120 children in school instrumental ensembles.