Tag: Bryan Ferry

Roxy Music to tour North America for first time in nearly 20 years — plus 3 U.K. dates

Roxy Music to tour North America for first time in nearly 20 years — plus 3 U.K. dates

Roxy Music will reunite once more this year, touring for the first time in the decade and playing North American shows for the first time in nearly 20 years.

Watch: Strangeways Radio + Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Week in Review: Feb. 8-14, 2020

Watch: Strangeways Radio + Slicing Up Eyeballs’ Week in Review: Feb. 8-14, 2020

Check out the latest installment right here — this week’s episode covers news about the Morrissey-headlined Cruel World festival, Front 242, Erasure, Bryan Ferry, Clan of Xymox and more. Plus, the episode is shot from the Hard Cafe Vault, where Velvet Rebel shows off memorabilia from Devo, Debbie Harry, The Cure and Morrissey.

New releases: New Clan of Xymox EP, plus Erasure, Jane’s Addiction, Bryan Ferry

New releases: New Clan of Xymox EP, plus Erasure, Jane’s Addiction, Bryan Ferry

This is a round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs. All releases due out this Friday unless noted. May also include some other titles released in recent weeks but not previously featured. This week includes titles from Clan of Xymox and more.

Roxy Music at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Watch the induction, see the performances

Roxy Music at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Watch the induction, see the performances

Hugely influential art-rockers Roxy Music reunited — sans Brian Eno and Paul Thompson — onstage at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in Brooklyn on Friday night, treating fans to a six-song set in their first public performance since 2011. See it all right here.

Bryan Ferry to spotlight Roxy Music’s ‘Avalon’ on upcoming North American tour

Bryan Ferry to spotlight Roxy Music’s ‘Avalon’ on upcoming North American tour

Bryan Ferry will follow up Roxy Music’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with an 18-date North American tour later this year during which he’ll perform songs off of that band’s final album, 1982’s Avalon, along with hits from across his career. Check out full tour dates here.

New releases: This Mortal Coil, Kate Bush, Morrissey, Howard Jones, David Bowie, Xymox

New releases: This Mortal Coil, Kate Bush, Morrissey, Howard Jones, David Bowie, Xymox

This is a round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs. All releases due out this Friday unless noted. (Since we missed the last couple weeks’ round-ups, this includes titles that came out in recent weeks.)

New releases: Siouxsie and the Banshees, Alison Moyet, Sparks, Bryan Ferry

New releases: Siouxsie and the Banshees, Alison Moyet, Sparks, Bryan Ferry

This week’s new releases include a new 18-song compilation from Siouxsie and the Banshees, the U.S release of Alison Moyet’s new alive album, a 40th anniversary vinyl reissue of Sparks’ “Kimono in My House ” album, and the vinyl release of Bryan Ferry’s new record “Avonmore.”

New releases: Depeche Mode, The Cure, David Bowie, Nick Cave, The Jam, Fugazi, Bryan Ferry

New releases: Depeche Mode, The Cure, David Bowie, Nick Cave, The Jam, Fugazi, Bryan Ferry

This week’s new releases include a new live album and DVD from Depeche Mode, a Paul McCartney cover by The Cure, a new best-of from David Bowie, Nick Cave’s “20,000 Days on Earth” film, new albums from Bryan Ferry and Einstürzende Neubauten, and a collection of 1988 demos from Fugazi.

Bryan Ferry announces 8-city North American tour this September, October

Bryan Ferry announces 8-city North American tour this September, October

Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry will follow up his short West Cost tour and Coachella appearances this month with a new string of North American dates this fall that center on the eastern portion of the continent, hitting Chicago, Milwaukee, Toronto, Montreal, Washington, D.C., New York, Boston and Philadelphia.

Coachella 2014 webcast: Pixies, Bryan Ferry, Pet Shop Boys, The Cult — but no Replacements

Coachella 2014 webcast: Pixies, Bryan Ferry, Pet Shop Boys, The Cult — but no Replacements

The schedule for the webcast of the first weekend of the Coachella festival — running this Friday through Saturday — features a number of great acts, including Bryan Ferry, Pet Shop Boys, The Afghan Whigs, The Cult, Fishbone, the just-added Pixies and more.

Bryan Ferry announces 8-date West Coast swing around Coachella appearances

Bryan Ferry announces 8-date West Coast swing around Coachella appearances

Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry will treat fans to “an incredible set list of hits, favorites rarities and covering 40 years of career highlights” during a short run of eight dates along the West Coast of the U.S. and Canada this April that have been scheduled around his twin appearances at Coachella.

Coachella 2014: The Replacements, Pet Shop Boys, Afghan Whigs, Bryan Ferry, Toy Dolls

Coachella 2014: The Replacements, Pet Shop Boys, Afghan Whigs, Bryan Ferry, Toy Dolls

The Replacements reunion will roll on this year, with the band confirmed tonight to perform at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival this April along with Pet Shop Boys, The Afghan Whigs, Brian Ferry, The Cult, Toy Dolls, Fishbone, Bad Manners, Neutral Milk Hotel and more — plus headliners OutKast, Arcade Fire and Muse.

New releases: Nirvana, Mazzy Star, New Model Army, Peter Gabriel, Bryan Ferry, Waitresses

New releases: Nirvana, Mazzy Star, New Model Army, Peter Gabriel, Bryan Ferry, Waitresses

This week’s new releases include a 20th anniversary reissue of Nirvana’s ‘In Utero,’ the first new album from Mazzy Star in 17 years, new records from New Model Army, The MIssion and Peter Buck’s Tired Pony, plus a live Bryan Ferry DVD, a Waitresses compilation and more.

New releases: The Bryan Ferry Orchestra, plus reissues from The Names, R.E.M., INXS

New releases: The Bryan Ferry Orchestra, plus reissues from The Names, R.E.M., INXS

This week’s new releases include the U.S. release of the Bryan Ferry Orchestra’s ‘The Jazz Age,’ plus reissues of the debut from The Names, a two-for-one package by INXS combining ‘Shabooh Shoobah’ and ‘The Swing’ on one CD, and a five-disc box set from R.E.M. collecting all five post-Bill Berry albums.