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PETER MURPHY 40 Years of Bauhuas Ruby Celebration Featuring David J Tour

| 24 September 2018 | Reply

PETER MURPHY 40 Years of Bauhuas Ruby Celebration Featuring David J Tour

Peter will be joined on this tour by Bauhaus co-founding member David J and perform In The Flat Field in full.

DRW Entertainment is proud to present the return of iconic front man PETER MURPHY to Australia for the first time since 2013.

PETER MURPHY first made his mark fronting influential UK group Bauhaus, who this year celebrate their 40th anniversary. Bauhaus appeared out of the London post-punk scene in 1978 and with their darkly romantic image and brooding songs like “Bela Lugosi’s Dead”, quickly became the touchstone for the nascent goth movement.

Bauhaus, with PETER MURPHY at the helm and David J’s soul wrenching bass, helped take goth mainstream, culminating in an appearance in David Bowie’s 1983 film “The Hunger”, noted by Rolling Stone as one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll film movie moments of all time. Murphy then set forth on his internationally acclaimed solo career, and his pioneering and long-lasting influence was reinforced when Trent Reznor brought him in as a collaborator and Nine Inch Nails guest in the late 00’s, and when he made a cameo appearance – as “The Cold One” – in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse in 2010.

PETER MURPHY will be reunited with David J on this tour and promises a set comprising the classic Bauhaus debut album In The Flat Field plus other brilliant works from the Bauhaus canon which includes such gems as “She’s In Parties”, “Kick In The Eye”, “Terror Couple Kill Colonel”, “Hair Of The Dog”, “The Passion Of Lovers”, “The Sky’s Gone Out”, “Telegram Sam”, “Hollow Hills”, “Dark Entries”, Third Uncle”, “Spirit”, “Lagartija Nick”, and of course “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” and their amazing rendition of David Bowie’s “Ziggy Stardust” .

Peter Murphy October 2018 Tour Dates

Thursday 18th October – Wellington, Meow
Friday 19th October – Christchurch, Club Tavern
Saturday 20th October – Auckland, Powerstation
Monday 22nd October – Adelaide, The Gov
Thursday 25th October – Brisbane, The Zoo
Friday 26th October – Melbourne, Max Watts
Saturday 27th October – Sydney, Factory Theatre
Sunday 28th October – Perth, The Capitol

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