Bryan Ferry is an English pop rock singer-songwriter and musician, from Washington, in Country Durham. He is best known as the front man of Roxy Music but has had an extensive solo career too.
Starting his music career in 1970, Ferry, among other formed Roxy Music, an art-pop and glam-rock band based in Newcastle. They released a whopping eight studio albums together, achieving three number one albums and ten Top 10, singles before calling it a day and disbanding in 1982.
Ferry had been working on a solo career in parallel to the band, and after they disbanded he continued to do so with his sixth album, 'Boys and Girls', in 1985. His debut, 1973's ‘These Foolish Things’, hit #5 in the UK Albums Chart, and he released many albums until his most recent record, ‘Avonmore’ in 2014.
Bryan Ferry will take his 2019 world tour to London in June 2019, following shows in Australia and New Zealand in February and March, and then Europe from May and the US in the summer. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
From the very first notes this show oozed style and talent. It wasnt all about Bryan Ferry this time, who was incredible I might add, a special mention should be given to his backing orchestra who were outstanding musicians. Ferry is still as sauve and sophisticated as he was back in the early 980's - the set included a great mix of songs spanning his entire career. The last half hour made me feel like I was 18 again!