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Nick Cave

Conversations with Nick Cave: An Evening of Talk & Music

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Moore Theatre Belltown
Fri Oct 11, 8 pm

$50-$80 (sold out)

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You, and I, and most regular people know Nick Cave from the Bad Seeds. (For a frame of reference, the slinky, spooky “Red Right Hand” is the opening theme to the BBC period crime drama Peaky Blinders.) Some of us also know him for his early tenure as frontman of influential 1970s-era band the Birthday Party (see: “Release the Bats,” “Mr. Clarinet”). Cave's style has always been deep, dark, and gothic, like his baritone vocals and looks (ink-black hair, pale skin, well-cut black suits, fathomless eyes). He reflects on this, his music, his life, and anything else the fans who attend his current “Conversations with Nick Cave” tour stop in Seattle want to ask him about. It’s billed as an intimate mix of talk and music that will be “humble, personal, pure, with an open dialogue between Nick and the audience.” (During his debut in Australia, after an 11-year-old girl asked, “What’s the hardest thing about what you do?” he replied, “With live performance, the terror of standing in front of people… is incredibly addictive. But I grew to have a certain control over the outcome… these conversation events have brought back the terror. Because I don’t really know what I’m doing. And here I am answering the questions of a child.”)

Moore Theatre

1932 Second Ave, Seattle, WA 98121

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  • Fri Oct 11, 8 pm