Gary Numan: Intruder Online Concert
Cultural super icon Gary Numan is all set to release his brand new album 'Intruder’, and succeeding this will play an explosive global online concert experience, where fans can see and hear the songs played live for the first time.
Since coming to prominence with era-defining hits such as Cars and Are Friends’ Electric? (Tubeway Army), Gary Numan has remained consistently creative and released a huge catalogue of work. His impact on electronic and alternative music has been hailed by pioneers such as Prince, David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails, and remains as relevant today, with Kanye West and Lady Gaga both crediting him as an influence.
This concert is also available as a Deluxe 30 Day On-Demand Pass. Enjoy the concert as Gary Numan performs it, and as many times as you want afterward, with exclusive access to bonus content, featuring exclusive tracks and behind the scenes footage.
Watch Gary Numan's Live Online Concert exclusively on stabal.com
Virtual doors open at 7.45pm, the show starts at 8pm.
Please note: All live stream events are subject to change. Not all events listed are live performances by the artist - they also include archived concerts, DJ sets, masterclasses, Q&As and more.
One of the founding fathers of synth pop, Gary Numan's influence extends far beyond his lone American hit, Cars, which still stands as one of the defining new wave singles. That seminal track helped usher in the synth pop era on both sides of the Atlantic, especially his native UK, where he was a genuine pop star and consistent hitmaker during the early '80s. Even after new wave had petered out, Numan's impact continued to make itself felt; his dark, paranoid vision, theatrically icy alien persona, and clinical, robotic sound were echoed strongly in the work of many goth rock and (especially) industrial artists to come. For his part, Numan just kept on recording, and by the late '90s he'd become a hip name to drop; prominent alt-rock bands covered his hits in concert, and a goth-flavored brand of industrial dance christened darkwave looked to him as its mentor. Over the years many high profile bands have covered his songs including Hole, Smashing Pumpkins and Foo Fighters, with Nine Inch Nails also citing him as a major influence for their work. 2017 saw the release of Numan's 21st album proving that this 80s legend is still relevant in the 21st century.
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