Bilbao BBK Live 2012


The Cure will be, along with Radiohead, one of the headliners of the seventh edition of the Bilbao BBK Live.

The Cure-Robert Smith (vocals, guitar), Simon Gallup (bass), Jason Cooper (drums) and Roger O’Donnell (keyboards) – will focus this summer by the major European festivals with a very special show: more than two hours performance with a set of songs chosen from their 14 studio albums, including his epic themes album ‘Wish’, which marks 20 years this 2012.

In addition to The Cure, Corizonas, The Inspector Cluzo & The FB’s Horns, Tribes and Zoe will also be at the Bilbao BBK Live 2012.

Corizonas is a sum, but it seems a multiplication because what’s under the name that brings together musicians from Raising Arizona and The Coronas is a true celebration of country, folk and sounds border. So testify his album, ‘The News Today’, and its direct incendiary.

For its part, the French duo The Inspector Cluzo (& The FB’s Horns) returns to Bilbao BBK Live to present ‘The 2 Mousquetaires’, an album dedicated to the Gascons and his defense of tradition.  With just a street EP produced by Mike Crossley (Arctic Monkeys, The Kooks) Tribes caught the attention of Frank Black (Pixies), who personally invited to open for them in London. Camden quartet arrives in Bilbao with ‘Baby’, his first feature.

Finally, Zoe can be considered the fathers of Mexican indie rock. They shaping her style since 1997, but was with “Rockanlover” his second album, and name with which the band refers to their fans when they found their own sound. With obvious influences from bands like The Charlatans and Stone Roses

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