Saturday, January 21, 2017
Found these rascals at the booth @jimmyvmusic of @teamcoco and @reevesgabrels of @thecureofficial and former #davidbowie Good guys! #gearshots #guitarfx #gearwire #geartalk #jhspedals #jhs #knowyourtone #cleantone #tonefordays #toneheaveyn #gearnerds #gearshots #gearphoria #mojotone #ambientnotes #gear
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Friday, January 20, 2017
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Lol has posted an update on his website, with some new 'Cured' events for 2017, and more dates will be announced next week:
Jan. 26th, 2017 - Lyon, France
Book Reading and Signing at 4:30pm
Gibert Joseph Lyon
3 Quai Gailleton
Jan 27, 2017 - Paris, France
DJ Set at midnight
9 rue Biscornet
Jan 28, 2017 - Paris, France
Book Reading and Signing at 4pm
Gibert Joseph Saint-Michel
26 Boulevard Saint-Michel
Feb 08, 2017 - Detroit, MI
Book Reading and Signing at 7:30pm
Lo! & Behold Records and Books
10022 Joseph Campau St, Hamtramck, MI
Feb 09, 2017 - Detroit, MI
DJ Set w/Thirstwave DJs at 9 PM
Zeke’s Rock and Roll BBQ
240 W 9 Mile Rd, Ferndale, MI
Feb 10, 2017 - Toronto, CA
DJ Set at 10 PM
550 Queen St W
Feb 12, 2017 - Toronto, CA
Book Reading and Signing at 2pm
Sonic Boom Records
215 Spadina Ave,
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Friday, January 13, 2017
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Top 200 North American Tours
#56 The Cure / Gross 19.8 million / Avg. ticket price $54.32 / Avg. tickets per show 14,583 / Total tickets 364,583 / Avg. gross per show 792,185
Top 100 Worldwide Tours
#31 The Cure / Gross 46.9 million / Avg. ticket price $59.58 / Avg. tickets per show 12,696 / Total tickets 787,176 / Avg. gross per show 756,452
Top 200 Concert Grosses
#120 The Cure & The Twilight Sad 3 nights at Hollywood Bowl
Tickets sold 51,367 / Gross $4,223,550
Top 100 Worldwide Ticket sales
#36 The Cure 605,208
Friday, January 6, 2017
In Between Days, a new limited edition book by photographer Tom Sheehan, beautifully chronicles @thecure 1982-2005. https://t.co/aiXe6NoZjX pic.twitter.com/Vvv7qOwEmv— Amoeba Music (@amoebamusic) January 3, 2017
Pick it up in store or order online here.
Thursday, January 5, 2017
Beginning Sunday, January 8th, on what would have been David Bowie’s 70th birthday, and culminating Tuesday, January 10th on the one-year anniversary of his passing, KEXP DJs John Richards, Cheryl Waters, Stevie Zoom, Larry Rose and Evie Cooke will share rare songs, and we’ll hear from those who knew Bowie best, including producers and friends Brian Eno, Tony Visconti and Nile Rodgers, as well as, Robert Smith of the Cure, Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and even the former Thin White Duke himself. Clips from these interviews will be featured on the KEXP Blog, alongside videos, news, and a list of Bowie-related events around Seattle.
“Last year we celebrated 12 hours of Bowie on his birthday and the release of Blackstar. Little did we know he was near death. Days later when we woke up to the terrible news, we turned around and did 12 more hours of nothing but Bowie,” said KEXP Morning Show host John Richards. “There may not be another artist who has influenced and informed every aspect of the KEXP mission than David Bowie. His music has not only influenced nearly every broadcast day that we’ve been on the air, but clearly, his art has propelled so many of the artists we love. Thank you, David Bowie. We miss you every day.”
••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• IN ANSWER TO THE OVERWHELMING INQUIRIES TO PEARL THOMPSON'S ARTWORK * ...WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF CREATING A DEDICATED WEBSITE THAT WE HOPE TO LAUNCH EARLY IN THE NEW YEAR. THE SITE WILL FEATURE AN ONLINE SHOP SELLING LIMITED EDITION ARTWORKS & PRINTS AND OTHER EXCLUSIVE MERCHANDISE BY & OF THE ARTIST. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR THE SUPPORT & CONTINUED INTEREST. BEST WISHES FOR 2017 !!! + PEARL'S ENTOURAGE •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
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Sunday, December 25, 2016
Merry Christmas and the happiest of holidays to you all!
The Cure - Merry Christmas Everybody
(Wembley Arena - Dec. 9th, 1987)
Siouxsie & the Banshees - Il Est Ne Le Divin Enfant
(Dec. 15th, 1982)
Originally posted at Thecure.com (Dec. 2001)
"I don't believe in religions. Instead, I believe in Father Christmas and fairies in the woods!" - Robert Smith 2012
Friday, December 23, 2016
A photo posted by Lily Darcy Gallup (@lilyfatbird) on
Tuesday, December 20, 2016
|Thanks, Petr @thecureCZ|
From Lol on Facebook:
"This week sees the 40th anniversary of the the band of musicians/ friends that became the Cure! I’ll take the liberty here of quoting from my own book !
“Personally, I consider the first gig we did as the band that became The Cure to be the one that we did on December 20, 1976, the Malice gig at our old secondary school, St. Wilfrid’s. True, we had done a gig of sorts a couple of days earlier in the minstrels’ gallery at Worth Abbey for Upjohn’s Christmas party, and a rather strange “performance” in 1973 as The Obelisk, but this was our first full-blown concert.”
What I do think IS important , is the fact that The Cure is STILL a band, and that Robert, Pearl and Michael are STILL in my life forty years later!
It’s the testimony of time to real friendship that I care about. I feel blessed. Lx"
Matthew Lineham on Instagram:
"1/10 "HO HO HO! MERRY SMITHMAS!"
Exclusive New Wave inspired rubber die cut Christmas ornaments will go on sale this Friday! I'll be revealing the set of ten ornaments throughout the week. Keep checking back!"
Absolutely love these! They will go on sale here tonight at Midnight eastern, 11 PM central, 10 PM Mountain, and 9 PM pacific.
Update (Nov. 25th, 2016): Complete sets, along with Robert & Bowie ornaments, are sold out. Rest are still available individually. Matt says a restock is possible, but will take 3-5 weeks.
Update (Nov. 29th, 2016): 2nd run of the ornaments are now on sale. This run will NOT arrive before Christmas, but if you missed out on the 1st run, here's a second chance to get them.
Update (Dec. 20th, 2016): 4th run of the ornaments (sets only) will go on sale at 8PM eastern tonight. These sets won't ship until late January. BTW, got my set back on Dec. 7th, and they are even better than the photos make them out to be.
By Clive Young
NEW YORK, NY—The Cure first played Madison Square Garden in 1987, and 29 years later, the stalwart pop-goth band returned once again to the fabled venue to play the last indoor shows of its 2016 North American tour. The 26-date run took the production through a variety of venues, from arenas in Dallas and Chicago, to amphitheaters in Miami and Denver, to theaters in Kansas City and Las Vegas—and the journey isn’t over yet, as now the European leg is currently underway, running through December.
Working with the group every step of the way, much as it has since 1979, is UK audio provider Britannia Row, which fielded a full audio system for North America rather than pick up a stateside PA. FOH engineer Paul Corkett, who’s respectively engineered and co-produced two Cure albums with bandleader Robert Smith, explained, “Robert puts a lot of time and attention into rehearsals, listens to everything and he’s very hands-on and articulate about what he wants, so I think he wanted to carry one consistent rig with him.”
And what Smith wants coming out of that rig, it turns out, is an open-sounding show built around the dynamics of the carefully plotted arrangements. In many ways, “The band mixes themselves,” conceded monitor engineer Rob Elliot.