Kate Bush Returns To Performing After 35 YearsBy: Jennifer Curra - March 22, 2014
Fish People (Kate Bush fans) get ready! The popular musician known for her ability to incorporate unique theatrics into her performances as well as balancing electronic beats with her rhythmic voice has recently announced intentions to perform during August and September. The artist, who has not performed a full show since 1979, is currently booked for 15 performances in London. Bush took to her personal website to share the news.
I am delighted to announce that we will be performing some live shows this coming August and September. I hope you will be able to join us and I look forward to seeing you there. We’ll keep you updated with further news on the web site. Meanwhile, all details of concert dates and tickets are in the note below.
Very best wishes,
Bush’s debut release, “Wuthering Heights” propelled the performer into superstardom. The performer, who has released 10 albums since her rise to fame, spoke with The Telegraph in 2011 about her aspirations to someday return to live performing.
According to Kate Bush, ”I still don’t give up hope completely that I’ll be able to do some live work, but it’s certainly not in the picture at the moment because I just don’t quite know how that would work with how my life is now. Maybe I will do some shows some day. I’d like to think so before I get too ancient. I enjoy singing, but with the albums it’s the whole process I find so interesting. If I was going to do some shows it would be the same thing. Let’s just see, shall we?”
Bush rose to fame in the 1970’s when she was only nineteen-years-old. From the onset of her career, the talented musician broke records. Before the female singer was 20-years-old, she already received the honor of being the first woman to have a U.K. Number 1 hit based on a song written by the performer. Fans have already been voicing excitement about the star’s wave of booked performances.
— FishPeople Kate Bush (@FishPeopleFC) March 21, 2014
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