The B-52’s are to bid farewell to fans at a show in Nottingham this summer.
The iconic punk outfit has named Nottingham Royal Concert Hall as one of the four venues they will be playing over June and July.
They will be playing at the city centre venue on Tuesday, July 2.
Known for songs such as Dance This Mess Around, Love Shack and Rock Lobster, the quartet – Fred Schneider (vocals, toy piano), Kate Pierson (vocals, keyboards), Cindy Wilson (vocals, percussion), and Keith Strickland (guitar, drums, keys, programming) – first broke onto the music scene in 1976.
The B-52’s formed in October 1976 over a shared flaming volcano cocktail at the Hunan Chinese Restaurant. They released their self-titled debut album in 1979 produced by Chris Blackwell via Island Records.
In 2018 The B-52’s celebrated their 40th anniversary by co-headlining a massively successful North American tour with Boy George & Culture Club and Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey.
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