Peter Murphy announces career-spanning residency in San Francisco

15-night run will see the Godfather of Goth perform solo albums in full, plus some Bauhaus classics

    Peter Murphy, former frontman for iconic post-punk outfit Bauhaus, has announced a 15-night, career-spanning residency at The Chapel in San Francisco.

    Set to run from June 20th through July 14th, the residency will see the Godfather of Goth perform a “retrospective of his greatest solo albums in their entirety,” according to a press release. Among the LPs Murphy will revive: 1986 debut Should the World Fail to Fall Apart, 1989’s Deep, 1992’s Holy Smoke, and Ninth from 2011.

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    An additional “Stripped” show will take place, reflecting his most recent world tour. Murphy is also expected to incorporate a handful of Bauhaus classics into his sets.


    Check out the full schedule of his residency below. Tickets go on sale here beginning March 13th.

    Peter Murphy Residency at The Chapel: 
    Tue, June 20th – Should the World Fail to Fall Apart
    Wed, June 21st – Should the World Fail to Fall Apart
    Thu, June 22nd – Love Hysteria
    Fri, June 23rd – Love Hysteria
    Mon, June 26th – Deep
    Thu, June 29th – Deep
    Fri, June 30th – Holy Smoke
    Sat, July 1st – Cascade
    Mon, July 3rd – Cascade
    Thu, July 6th – Dust
    Fri, July 7th – Dust
    Sat, July 8th – Ninth
    Tue, July 11th – Stripped
    Thu, July 13th – Very Special Show TBA
    Fri, July 14th – Very Special Show TBA

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