Synth star to play hits old and new

PUBLISHED: 16:00 31 May 2012

Gary Numan is coming to the 02 Academy. Picture by Ed Fielding.

Gary Numan is coming to the 02 Academy. Picture by Ed Fielding.

Ed Fielding

SYNTH star Gary Numan is coming to Bristol this month, playing a selection of his finest hits from the late 1970s and on.

The master of electronic hits, Numan will get audiences going all over again with songs such as Cars, Are Friends Electric?, We Are Glass and Complex, along with later hits such as Rip and Crazier.

But Numan isn’t resting on his back catalogue – he will also play material from his critically acclaimed new album, Dead Son Rising.

Gary Numan is coming to Bristol’s 02 Academy on May 29 at 7pm. Tickets, priced £25, are available via www.ticketweb.co.uk


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