The former frontman of Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry, will return in 2020 to Belgium. At this time it means that he has to stop at the OLT Rivierenhof (28/06) and the Kursaal (from 30/06). Bryan Ferry, the man behind hits like ‘More Than This’, ‘Slave To Love’ and ‘Let’s Stick Together’, the band’s greatest hits from his legendary career as a soloartiest, and as the lead singer of Roxy Music.
A legendary personality, and a body of work for You. The career of the 74-year-old Ferry, it began 48 years ago when he and Brian Eno, Phil Manzanera, Andy Mackay, Paul Thompson and Graham Simpson-artrockgroep, Roxy Music, and an artist. They scored international hits with songs such as “Love Is The Drug’, ‘Avalon’, ‘More Than This’, and the wonderful John Lennon cover “Jealous Guy’.
In 1983, it took the band had a creative break, which is only less than eighteen years of age, it would take a while, so the Ferry is much more able to focus on his prominent award. Since making his debut with Roxy Music, in 1972, that is If the Ferry is internationally acclaimed as one of the most innovative and stylish musicians in the pop and rock music.