GARY NUMAN is widely regarded as the father of British synthpop. Having torn up the pop rulebook with Tubeway Army, it was the launch of his seminal album The Pleasure
GARY NUMAN is widely regarded as the father of British synthpop. Having torn up the pop rulebook with Tubeway Army, it was the launch of his seminal album The Pleasure Principle and Numan’s solo career that really pioneered the UK electronic scene inspiring a new wave of artists across the globe to experiment and embrace a radical new sound. Having just signed a brand new record deal with BMG and with a new album in the works, his show will be a celebration of his epic career spanning almost 40 years and a jaw-dropping 21 studio albums not to mention the promise of some new material. With Liverpool one of only two UK dates this year it’s a unique chance to catch the maestro on the cusp of another incredible chapter in his career.
This event will also feature former-Ultravox frontman and avant-garde electronic musician JOHN FOXX with his exciting current project JOHN FOXX AND THE MATHS. The band includes analogue synth artist Benge and one of the UK’s most promising new performers, Hannah Peel on violin and keyboards.
Tickets for this special concert will be on sale from Friday 3rd March 10am
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Exhibition Centre Liverpool
Kings Dock, Liverpool L3 4FP