Win tickets to see Peter Gabriel in LA and NY

Peter Gabriel is touring Scratch My Back and in line with the pared-down recording of the album, the New Blood Tour is Peter Gabriel, orchestra, no drums, no guitars.

Society of Sound is proud to be able to offer a pair of tickets to see Peter Gabriel perform at Radio City, New York on 3rd May and a pair for the Hollywood Bowl gig on the 7th May.

The album has received stunning reveiws and if you can’t make it to any of the shows, don’t forget that if you join Society of Sound you can get an exclusive 24-bit FLAC download of Scratch My Back which means you have a studio-quality version and can hear the album as it was intended to be heard.

All you have to do is tell us here which song you wish Peter had covered.

128 Comments

  • Joe DeFazio says:

    Rock On – David Essex

  • AL Worl says:

    Otis Redding’s ‘I’ve Been Loving You…”!

  • SusannaGrant says:

    Congratulations to Art Dirla and Calyx who won tickets to see Peter perform.
    Enjoy the shows and please come back here and tell us the highlights.

    Susanna
    Society of Sound

  • Phil Ward says:

    Dear God – XTC

  • Caglan Baler says:

    Whole Lot Of Love: Led Zeppelin:

  • Joe Lubow says:

    So who won?

  • Victoria H. says:

    Imagine…. John Lennon

  • Victor M says:

    Genial!!!

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