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Nick Cave Will Sing in Russia at the End of May
17.05.2015 19:32
Nick Cave Will Sing in Russia at the End of May

Nick Cave will give two gigs in Russia: in the Crocus City Hall, Moscow on May 25 and in Oktyabrsky Concert Hall, St. Petersburg on May 26.

      In Nick Cave’s European tour taking place in the spring of 2015 the Eastern Europe is represented with Russian cities only. Before his gig in Moscow the musician will perform in Paris, Barcelona and Madrid.

      Nick Cave will be accompanied with musicians from The Bad Seeds band: Warren Ellis (on the guitar/violin/mandoline), Martin Kasey (the bass) and Thomas Widler (the percussions), as well as Barry Adamson (the keyboard).

      “We aim at creating a unique show - something special and unusual”, - Nick Cave pointed out. The concert program includes the best songs and compositions from his last album Push The Sky Away released in 2013.

      Nick Cave turns to be one of the few foreign stars, who have not cancelled their concerts in Russia due to its unstable economic and political situation. Moreover, the Australian rock star has decided to support Russian brewers by including Russian produced beer into his rider.


Sources: http://svpressa :// :// 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Concerts in Moscow Concerts in Saint Petersburg    

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