Saturday, May 14, 2011

The Cure will play their first three albums in Sydney with Lol Tolhurst and Roger O'Donnell

It seemed that The Cure would only one concert this year, that of Bestival on the Isle of Wight, the only after more than two years in dry dock, but no, Robert Smith announced last week it will be two exclusive performances Sydney (Austalia), in which touch to complete her first three albums. Reflections, which is how they have called the show commissioned by Vivid Live Festival will be held on May 31 and June 1 at the Opera House of the Australian capital.

It The Cure interpreted by first and last time a repertoire based on Three Imaginary Boys (Fiction, 1979), Seventeen Seconds (Fiction, 1980) and Faith (Fiction, 1981). And if the occasion will be unique, it is also the guests who come up with the British band on stage, neither more nor less than Lol Tolhurst, who founded the band with Robert Smith, Roger O'Donnell, keyboardist best ever had the group, while Porl Thompson, Smith's brother and returned to the band in 2005, is the great absence in training.

Robert Smith has been very clear on the website of The Cure: These two dates in the antipodes will be recorded in order to be published in a future DVD, but The Cure and we have several live recordings before and reissues of In Orange Show, and the concert he gave in Paris-Bercy in 2008 during the 4Tour.

The line-up of these concerts in Sydney is as follows:

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