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Robyn Hitchcock

Tuesday 3rd Sep 2024

location_city The Common Room of The Great North, Newcastle-upon-Tyne


Robyn Hitchcock

English rock/art-rock surrealist singer, songwriter and guitarist - formerly a frontman of various supporting musicians under the names of The Soft Boys, The Egyptians and Venus 3.

He released his debut album, "Black Snake Diamond Röle" in 1981, followed by: "Groovy Decay" (1982), "I Often Dream of Trains" (1984), "Fegmania!" (1985), "Element of Light" (1986), "Globe of Frogs" (1988), "Queen Elvis" (1989), "Eye" (1990), "Perspex Island" (1991), "Respect" (1993), "Moss Elixir" (1996), "Jewels for Sophia" (1999), "Luxor" (2003), "Spooked" (2004), "Olé! Tarantula" (2006 - with the Venus 3), "Goodnight Oslo" (2009 - with the Venus 3), "Propellor Time" (2010 - with the Venus 3), "Tromsø, Kaptein" (2011), "Love from London" (2013), "The Man Upstairs" (2014), plus 2017's: "Robyn Hitchcock".

The Common Room of The Great North

Neville Hall
Westgate Road
Tyne and Wear