The Kulturfabrik in Esch-Alzette has today announced that Gary Numan will play the venue on 9 March.
An icon of the late 1970s and early1980s electronic music scene, Gary Numan had a string of hits at the beginning of his career – most notably “Are Friends Electric?” and “Cars”, the former of which was released under the Tubeway Army moniker. David Bowie once said that they were two of the finest songs in British music.
Numan’s style was influential on artists ranging from Prince to Nine Inch Nails, from Depeche Mode to Beck.
Last year he released his 18th studio album, “Savage (Songs from a Broken World)”, which received some good reviews and featured the single “My Name Is Ruin”.
Tickets for the 9 March gig go on sale here at 10am on Friday 19 January.