Former lead singer of English rock band The Stranglers is set to pay homage to one of the greatest British rock star in the world, David Bowie!
Paul Roberts will be performing in Malaysia for the first time, and he will be singing dozens of Bowie’s classic hits, from “Space Oddity” through to smash hit “Let’s Dance” to the wonderful “The Next Day” – it will be a night to remember.
The 56-year-old singer was the lead singer of The Stranglers between 1990 and 2006, replacing Hugh Cornwall in 1990, and co-writing some of the band’s studio albums like “Stranglers in the Night”, “About Time”, “Written in Red”, “Coup de Grace”, and “Norfolk Coast”.
The band is one of the longest-surviving and most “continuously successful” bands to have originated in the UK punk scene of the mid to late 1970s, scoring 23 “UK top 40 singles” and 17 “UK top 40 albums” to date in their four-decade span career.
Having been in the music industry for a long time, Paul decided that it would be fitting for him to pay respectful homage to Bowie and keep his music playing.
Paul is set to bring Bowie’s fabulous pop songs to life with his entirely unintended but uncanny resemblance to Bowie.
Backed by his 4-piece band of leading British musicians, the stage show titled “Let’s Dance – Paul Roberts Sings David Bowie” will take place on 6 and 7 November 2016, 8pm at Avenue K rooftop.
Tickets cost RM100 per entry and can be bought at ticketcharge.com.my.