(((folkYEAH!))), Amoeba, and The Chapel Present
Peter Murphy performs "Deep" in its entirety at The Chapel
Sun · July 15, 2018
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm
$50 GA / $175 VIP Add On (does not include GA ticket)
This event is all ages
(((folkYEAH!))) and The Chapel proudly present a unique career spanning residency with PETER MURPHY
The “Godfather of Goth” and founder of the legendary English post-punk band Bauhaus comes to San Francisco for a unique career spanning 16 nights through January and February, performing legendary albums in their entirety from throughout his career, in an internationally exclusive event for The Chapel.
Moved from February 17th, 10pm
4 ticket limit per customer/account/household/credit card/email. Orders over the 4 ticket limit subject to cancellation. Orders placed for the sole purpose of resale may be cancelled without notice.
First emerging from the British punk and rock underground in the late 70s, Murphy (along with bandmates Daniel Ash, David J and Kevin Haskins) fronted the groundbreaking iconic rock band Bauhaus which spawned four iconoclastic and ultra- seminal albums as well as keystone singles “She's In Parties,” "Silent Hedges,” and, of course, "Bela Lugosi’s Dead" before disbanding in 1983. Murphy launched a successful solo career that has yielded ten solo albums so far, including his latest LION, released in 2014.
Since their debut EP Sixtape in 2014, Baltimore-based duo Blacksage has been possessing listeners with the devastating coo of folk singer Josephine Olivia and the bass heavy beats of producer Drew Scott. Melting gothic-tinged elements of modern R&B and 90s trip-hop with old-fashioned Pop, their 2015 full-length Basement Vows expanded on this dynamic. “It’s a bleak setting, but there’s inherent beauty in it,” wrote Brandon Weigel of Baltimore City Paper. Their songs tread on the darker side of love and lust while remaining aware of the experimental and danceable nature of the music scene brewing in Baltimore. Friends Records released their second full-length Shivers in Fall of 2016.