This past weekend, to the shock and exhilaration of many, Kate Bush announced that she would be going on tour — a limited engagement at London’s Hammersmith Apollo. Originally just a handful of shows, demand came fast and furious, and more dates were quickly added, now reaching 22 shows (from the 26th of August to 1 October).
No plans to extend the tour outside of the UK has been announced — please come to Toronto! Please! — but fans are hopeful, and thrilled, to know the possibility is in the air. For those lucky enough to have access to her London shows, Contact music is fanning the flames by explaining why these shows are a can’t miss event for die-hard music fans.
When Kate Bush announced her return to live performing after 35 years away it was inevitable that demand was going to be high, but not even Kate could have expected what was to come. By Stephanie Chase
So far an extra 7 dates have already had to be added to her London residency and that’s before tickets have even gone on general sale. It’s no surprise really – Kate Bush is an artist who’s left an indelible mark on the consciousness of anyone who’s heard her sing and we’re really glad she’s decided to come back.
Thirty-six years after its release ‘Wuthering Heights’ still stands up as a uniquely enchanting single, and its accompanying video has an equally hypnotic effect. At the time, the music press loved using words like kooky or dizzy to describe Kate. Now days when a female artist is a little different they say she’s like Kate Bush, à la Lorde. Continue Reading
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