Just a month after his arrest on DUI and meth charges in Los Angeles, Peter Murphy last night opened his world tour celebrating the 35th anniversary of Bauhaus, performing, as promised, a set of songs by his former band at a club in San Antonio, Texas — hitting everything from classics “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” and “Dark Entries” to deeper album cuts like “King Volcano.”
Below, you can check out video (via djfell13) and a partial setlist from last night’s show; we’ll add more clips as they become available and flesh out the full setlist as that information becomes available.
Murphy’s tour continues tonight in Austin, Texas, and continues across North America through mid-May before heading to Europe for a month, and then returns to North America in July (see full dates).
The singer, meanwhile, has pleaded not guilty to the charges stemming from a traffic accident last month.
Setlist: Peter Murphy, Korova, San Antonio, TX, 4/22/13
“In the Flat Field”
“God in an Alcove”
“All We Ever Wanted Was Everything”
“Bela Lugosi’s Dead”
“The Spy in the Cab”
“Kick in the Eye”
“Passion of Lovers”
“She’s in Parties”
“Too Much 21st Century”
Peter Murphy, “All We Ever Wanted Was Everything”
Peter Murphy, “Stigmata Martyr”
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