Ian McCulloch Tickets

Enigmatic singer Ian McCulloch is best known for fronting psychedelic post punk band Echo & The Bunnymen, but also has progressed to enjoy a very successful solo career. He continues to write and record and thrill audience with live performances.

See him headline an exciting show at Cambridge Junction 2 on Saturday 29th of April, 2017.

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The Scouse wonder shot to fame at the beginning of the 80’s with his band Echo & The Bunnymen. Avant-garde, intense and exhilarating, the band bridged the gap between artistic credibility and pop sensibilities to offer a credible and popular alternative in the charts to the manufactured detritus that too often dominated the airwaves.

McCulloch had already released the single September Song as a solo artist prior to the bands split in 1988. He quickly followed the split with the release of his debut solo album Candleland which revealed a more mature outlook on the world. Released only a year later which hit #18 in the charts. This would be followed in 1992 with the popular record Mysterio.

In 1997 he resurrected Echo & The Bunnymen who immediately began to smash the upper ends of the charts. They continue to play live.

His latest solo work includes the records Slideling and Pro Patria Mori plus the live album Holy Ghosts. He has also appeared on Manic Street Preachers album Postcards From A Young Man on which he provided a duet with James Dean Bradfield on the single Some Kind Of Nothingness.

Given his cult status, Ian McCulloch concert tickets are expected to sell incredibly quickly so you need to book them well in advance or risk missing out altogether. Gigantic always has the very best gig tickets so always stick with us.

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