The Mission frontman Wayne Hussey is coming to BathPosted on: 16 Aug 2019
Bath: meet Wayne Hussey. He’s coming to Komedia this November.
Known as the frontman of the now-disbanded goth rockers The Mission, Bristol-born Hussey has spent decades creating music. Now, he’s celebrating the release of an autobiography, Salad Daze.
Evi Vine will support Hussey’s performance.
A look back at his Mormon childhood and long career in music, the book comes with a nationwide tour. He’s stopping at Komedia in Bath on 6 November 2019.
So, what’s this guy all about? Here’s the basics. From tours with Iggy Pop, The Cure and Invisible Girls to his time spent with dance-pop outfit Dead Or Alive; Hussey’s career has spanned decades.
Since his 70s punk days in Liverpool, Hussey’s toured the world and with The Mission, he’s sold over four million records worldwide. Need we say more?
Hussey's performance will be supported by Belfast's Evi Vine: an artist who pulls together post-rock, ambient and tinges of trip-hop. She released a new record - Black // White // Light // Dark - earlier this year.
Catch Wayne as Komedia on 6 November 2019. Tickets cost £22. Komedia is located: 22-23 Westgate St, Bath BA1 1EP.
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