Bryan Ferry Announces Autumn UK Tour 2013
Last updated: 26th November 2012
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Bryan Ferry tour dates:
The Lowry, Salford, 26th October 2013
Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, 28th October 2013
Regent Theatre, Ipswich, 29th October 2013
Corn Exchange, Cambridge, 31st October 2013
De Montfort Hall, Leicester, 1st November 2013
New Theatre Oxford, 3rd November 2013
Royal Albert Hall, London, 4th November 2013
Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, 6th November 2013
City Hall, Sheffield, 7th November 2013
The Sage, Gateshead, 9th November 2013
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 12th November 2013
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, 13th November 2013
York Barbican Centre, 14th November 2013
Colston Hall, Bristol, 16th November 2013
Cliffs Pavilion, Southend, 17th November 2013
Symphony Hall, Birmingham, 19th November 2013
St Davids Hall, Cardiff, 20th November 2013
Brighton Dome, 22nd November 2013
Plymouth Pavilions, 23rd November 2013
Bryan Ferry emerged with Roxy Music in the early 70’s. The pioneering glam rocker enjoyed a string of hit albums with rock classics, such as “Virginia Plain,” “Mother of Pearl,” “ Do The Strand” and “Avalon” amongst many others.
While still with Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry released his first solo album, “These Foolish Things,” an album with covers, including versions of songs by The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan.
Bryan Ferry solo career really took when Roxy Music went into hiatus in the early 80’s. Ferry enjoyed chart success, in particular the songs “Let’s Stick Together” and his definitive version of the John Lennon classic, “Jealous Guy” and in 1985 Ferry’s “Boys and Girls” went Platinum and topped the US and UK album charts.
Bryan Ferry received critical acclaim with “As Time Goes By,” a collection of Jazz standards he released in 1999.
“Olympia” is Bryan Ferry’s most recent album and his first with original material since 2002’s release, “Frantic.” The album made headlines before its release when news broke, model, Kate Moss would grace the album cover and resemble those classic Roxy Music covers from the early 70’s, such as “Roxy Music,” “For Your Pleasure” and “Stranded.”
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