Showing posts with label Daniel Ash. Show all posts
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Tuesday, April 11, 2023

LOVE AND ROCKETS EXPANDS THEIR U.S. TOUR Adds Midwest And East Coast Dates Tickets On Sale Thursday, April 13th


Adds Midwest And East Coast Dates
Tickets On Sale
Thursday, April 13th  at 10am ET / 9am CT

Vinyl Reissues Continue
with Earth, Sun, Moon and Love And Rockets Out April 28th
Photo credit: Kevin Westenberg 

LOVE AND ROCKETS, the seminal, groundbreaking trio of Daniel AshDavid J, and Kevin Haskins, has added a second leg to their Spring U.S. Tour including dates in Chicago, New York, Atlanta and a trio of Texas shows.  Dates below.

Pre sale begins at 10:00am ET / 9:00pm CT on Wednesday, April 12th with tickets going on sale to the general public on Thursday, April 13th at 10:00am ET / 9:00am CT.  

Special guest for May 24th in Salt Lake City and May 27th in Portland, OR will be Soriah. Support on all other dates including the first Portland show (May 26th) will be Vinsantos

The tour dates are:

 May 20Los Angeles, CACruel World
 May 21Oakland, CAFox Theater (Tickets)
 May 24Salt Lake City, UTSandy Amphitheater (Tickets)
 May 26Portland, ORRoseland Theater - SOLD OUT
 May 27Portland, ORRoseland Theater (Tickets)
 May 28Seattle, WAMoore Theater (Tickets)
 June 5St. Paul, MNPalace Theatre (Tickets)
 June 6Chicago, ILRiviera Theatre (Tickets)
 June 7Royal Oak, MIRoyal Oak Music Hall (Tickets)
 June 9Brooklyn, NYKings Theater (Tickets)
 June 10Philadelphia, PAFillmore (Tickets)
 June 11Silver Spring, MDFillmore (Tickets)
 June 13Atlanta, GACoca Cola Roxy (Tickets)
 June 15Dallas, TXFactory in Deep Ellum (Tickets)
 June 16Austin, TXACL Live at The Moody Theater (Tickets)
 June 17San Antonio, TXBoeing Center at Tech Port (Tickets)

Named after the underground comic by the Hernandez brothers, the band made seven records over the course of thirteen years. 2023 has seen the release and immediate sell-out of a limited edition box set containing their six Beggars Banquet albums on colored vinyl, the announcement of the first Love And Rockets show in 15 years at Cruel World Festival in Pasadena, and the continued reissuing of their six Beggars albums. Vinyl reissues of Seventh Dream Of Teenage Heaven and Express came out on January 13th.

April 28th sees the release of two more reissues from their catalogue with more reissues in the series will be announced soon! Click HERE for a link to the previously released reissues.

APRIL 28th - Earth, Sun, Moon
In 1987, the band's third album, the acoustic leaning Earth, Sun, Moonwas released and spawned the college radio hit "No New Tale To Tell". It was described as "at once gutsy and rootsy yet also rhapsodic and uplifting".

-This is a single black LP with a standard sleeve (pre-sale/stream)
APRIL 28th - Love And Rockets
Everything changed for the band in 1989 when they released their self-titled breakthrough fourth album Love And Rockets. The song "So Alive" was a massive worldwide #1 hit and Billboard wrote that it was the "best T. Rex tune that Marc Bolan never wrote." 

-This is a single black LP with a standard sleeve (pre-sale/stream)

Forming in 1985 after the first split of their band Bauhaus, Love and Rockets provided a clean slate and an opportunity to plumb the depths of imagination and influences. Named after the underground comic by the Hernandez brothers, the band made seven records over the course of thirteen years.

They announced themselves to the world with their radically unique take on the classic Temptations song “Ball Of Confusion.” This debut proved that they were going to be a force to contend with. It became a huge seller and a popular club hit in the US and Canada, where it also went gold. It marked the beginning of a career that would span an impressive 14 years and 7 albums.

The legacy of the band has only grown, with more people realizing the extent of their influence, and generations of new fans discovering them. The list of artists who cite their influence is impressive: The Flaming Lips, The Dandy Warhols, A Place To Bury Strangers, Jane's Addiction, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Beck, Maynard Keenan, Dubfire and the Pixies.

"Ball of Confusion"
"No New Tale to Tell"
"So Alive"

Tuesday, February 4, 2020


ChiIL Live Shows on our radar

Featuring Peter Murphy, Daniel Ash,
Kevin Haskins and David J 
Tickets On Sale Wednesday, February 5th

Thursday, July 23, 2020
The Bomb Factory
Dallas, TX
Ticket Link:

Saturday, July 25, 2020 
Aragon Ballroom
Chicago, IL
Ticket link:

Other Announced Shows:
Apr 8 - London UK @ Alexandra Palace
Apr 28 - Mexico City MX @ Fronton Mexico
Apr 29 - Mexico City MX @ Fronton Mexico
June 6 – Barcelona ES @ Primavera Festival 
June 12 – Athens GR @ Release Festival 
June 26 – New York NY @ Radio City Music Hall 

BAUHAUS (1st December 2019 - Los Angeles, CA)
Photo credit: Jolene Siana

"Goth rock pioneers Bauhaus delivered a chilling rendition of their debut single, 'Bela Lugosi’s Dead' at their first live show in 13 years Sunday. The gig took place at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, capturing the band in fine form as they effortlessly moved from the song’s abstract, spine-tingling intro into its eerily serene guitar jangle. Frontman Peter Murphy expertly navigated the song’s steady build as well, unleashing a mighty, reverb-soaked
howl toward the end as he sang, 'Oh Bela, Bela’s undead'." - ROLLING STONE

"Anticipation was electric for their return — a line stretched around the block before doors, a queue that only rivaled that to the merch table — and fans came out dressed to the nines. The band did not disappoint."

"Those who expected to see an iconic band were not disappointed...  it was clear that Bauhaus were back with a vengeance." - BUZZBANDS.LA

"... as marvelous as ever." - LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS

BAUHAUS (November 3, 2019- Los Angeles, CA)
Photo credit: Gary Bandfield

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