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History[ edit ] Hammersmith Apollo, The venue was opened in as the Gaumont Palace and seated nearly 3, people. It was designed by Robert Cromie in the Art Deco style. It became a Grade II listed building in In , the stalls seats were made removable and now some concerts have full seating whilst others have standing-only in the stalls.

In the latter format the venue can accommodate around 5, people. All 5, tickets sold out in 4 minutes.

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In , the venue reverted to its former name, the Hammersmith Apollo. On 14 January , a placing announcement by HMV Group revealed that by selling additional shares, the company would raise money to fund a joint venture with the MAMA Group, to run eleven live music venues across the United Kingdom, including the Hammersmith Apollo.

As a result, the venue was named HMV Apollo from until Having fallen into disrepair, the organ was disconnected in the s and the console removed from the building. A launch party was held on 25 July , at which an invited audience and the media witnessed Richard Hills play the instrument. Many were also broadcast on the radio and recorded on 78 rpm records.

These organs were based on church-type instruments but had many other sounds including percussion instruments built in. A lot of the pipe sounds were designed to sound like instruments of the orchestra and indeed the organs were in effect one-man orchestras, offering a large variety of sounds and being capable of accommodating music styles from classical to jazz. Although several such organs survive in the UK these days, there are very few left in their original buildings.

The Apollo organ is one of these and its sounds now fill the huge Apollo auditorium again after about 25 years of silence. Kate Bush released a video and record EP of her concerts at the Odeon from her first tour in Depeche Mode made one of its first concert videos for a Danish television at the Hammersmith on 25 October Kylie Minogue performed a one-off concert in the venue in and released a DVD of the performance in Minogue also performed the last show of her Anti Tour in the venue on 3 April Rush recorded their performance and later included it in their three-disc set, Different Stages.

American musician Tori Amos released a series of six live albums in known as The Original Bootlegs , one of which was recorded at the Apollo. Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour performed three nights at the venue in April which was documented on the David Gilmour Live concert film. It is mentioned in the poem "Glam Rock: The Poem" by the poet Robert Archambeau.

Noteworthy performances[ edit ] This article is in a list format that may be better presented using prose. You can help by converting this article to prose, if appropriate.

Editing help is available. September s[ edit ] On 25 March , Buddy Holly performed two shows at the venue. These were his last shows ever in the United Kingdom. In late and early , The Beatles played 38 shows over 21 nights.

Special guests on the bill included Elkie Brooks and the original Yardbirds , featuring Eric Clapton. In , Johnny Cash performed at the venue.

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The concert was filmed by American documentary filmmaker D. Pennebaker , who intercut scenes of fans outside the venue, Bowie in the dressing room, with the concert footage.

The band had a Slade-look-alike competition onstage before the gig — where the audience had to cheer for their favourite look-alike. The results showed on the Slade clapometer. Also, the band created three walkways from the stage into the audience. The theatre management kept these in place for about 8 years after the Slade gigs.

In , Mott the Hoople played, with Queen supporting them. The concert was recorded and released in forming one side of the Mott The Hoople Live album. The concert exists in bootleg DVD format, not in official format. Some of this tracks also appeared in the deluxe editions of Chinatown and Thunder and Lightning. The guitarist Snowy White participated on three tracks recorded in in the same venue.

The progressive rock band Camel recorded some tracks in for the release of a future live album. The album was released in , and is called A Live Record. The entire concert was released and made part of the deluxe edition of Moonmadness. The DVD was called Moondances. The album was released in February In , Black Sabbath still with Ozzy Osbourne held concerts celebrating 10 years of career in the venue. The opening band was Van Halen. A Decade of Black Sabbath.

In 30—31 December , the band now with Dio recorded their concerts at this venue. The gig was released on disc and vinyl in , and later as part of the Deluxe edition of Mob Rules. In the show in Apollo was recorded and released one year later titled Cross Purposes Live.

On 24 February , Sweet played their first concert at Hammersmith Odeon. As it transpired, it was to be their last British show with the classic line-up featuring popular blonde singer Brian Connolly. On 20 February , Rush recorded 11 tracks from their " A Farewell to Kings " tour, including tracks from all of their first five albums.

These tracks were not released at the time. They were included as a bonus disc on their 10 November release of Different Stages Live which included recordings from both their Counterparts and Test for Echo tours.

Gary Numan recorded his Touring Principle show on 28 September and is widely recognised as the first release of a live concert video. Whitesnake recorded tracks for their live album Live The album also included tracks that were later recorded also at the Hammersmith Odeon on 23 and 24 June The albums Ocean Boulevard and Slowhand of the guitarist Eric Clapton were reissued in double cd deluxe format accompanied with a live album recorded at the venue, depicting tours of and Frank Zappa also recorded parts of his album, Sheik Yerbouti , at the venue.

Kate Bush also performed the same year, and released a live video and record EP of her concerts. In , they again played in the venue for the same programme. These two discs are in the UFO on Air: At the BBC, released in Miles Davis played in with his modern Jazz fusion band. The concert was released years later in DVD. Holmes in the band. The video was released in with the title "Rock Will Never Die!

The Official Bootleg Box Set in The keyboardist Rick Wakeman recorded one video in the venue in the tour. The video has released in the special box set Treasure Chest and re-released in as Live: Live at Hammersmith Odeon. The Canadian rockers April Wine recorded a performance at the venue for the launch of a video that portrays a successful tour of the Nature of the Beast album.

Saxon released their live album in , with tracks of concerts in the venue. The video has released in as In the Wings of Heaven Live. Def Leppard recorded the video of Bringing on the Heartbreak on the venue.

In , Dire Straits recorded the concerts for a future release. Finished launching in the double album Alchemy and a video with the same name. The video was remastered and released on DVD and Blu-ray in , in its full version.

The black metal band Venom released a double album in called Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. One of the discs was recorded in the venue. The band was banned in because they ruined the ceiling of the theatre with a show of fireworks during the track Countess Bathory.

The show was recorded and released on video in with the name Seven Dates to Hell, with opening by the young Metallica. The following year, the band recorded the concert at this venue for a television special, named Live from London. Both shows were released on DVD in the decade of In , Blondie performed one of their most famous shows.

Robert Fripp joined them on guitar, and their live cover of " Heroes " which was later used as a B-Side was recorded there. In addition, some more live tracks recorded were later used as bonus tracks on the rerelease of the Eat to the Beat album. On 20 September , Randy Rhoads performed one of his first shows, with new musical soulmate Ozzy Osbourne , on the Blizzard of Ozz Tour , they returned on 26 October.

These performances were recorded and released as Live at Hammersmith Odeon.

In , Iron Maiden performed a sold-out show during promotion for their The Number of the Beast album. The concert was filmed and released as Beast over Hammersmith in An abridged video version of the concert is included on disc 1 of The History of Iron Maiden — Part 1: In , Duran Duran performed during promotion for their Rio album.