Nick Cave´s show sold out

The charismatic cult singer Nick Cave is going to perform in the Prague Congress Centre on Saturday the 30th of September, as we announced earlier. The tickets to the gig are already gone.

Cave started in the early 80´s with his first band, the goth pioneers The Birthday Party. After they split, Nick Cave, fascinated by the inspirational atmosphere of that time west Berlin, far from the artistic snobbery of London, moved to Berlin and assembled there a new band, the Bad Seeds: featuring Blixa Bargeld, guitarist from the industrial Einstürzende Neubauten, the ex-Magazine bassist Barry Adamson and former Birthday Party guitarist Mick Harvey on drums. Their post-punk music was influenced by blues, gospel and rock and their lyrics explored themes like death, love and religion.

Nick Cave also appeared in Wim Wender´s movie Wings of Desire (1987) and later in the Australian movie Ghosts…of the Civil Dead (1989). He published a novel And the Ass Saw the Angel, and also a collection of lyrics, plays and prose King Ink. His most successful album in recent years was Murder Ballads (1996), where he sings a duet with Kylie Minogue in the hit Where the Wild Roses Grow, and with PJ Harvey in Henry Lee. Recently, he wrote a screenplay to the movie The Proposition, as well as the soundtrack.

His Prague show is a part of his Solo Tour. The gig starts at 8 pm.

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