i'm not like everybody else
An iconic figure in musical history, Dave Davies is one of rock and roll's deservedly respected guitarist and vocalists. As one half of The Kinks and a successful Solo artist he has won critical and commercial acclaim since the early 1960s and returns to North America to play a handful of unmissable dates.
he ain't heavy, he's my brother
Alongside big brother Ray, Mick Avory and Pete Quaife, The Kinks were one of the 1960s most experimental and explosive acts, with songs reaching from dozens of genres and a sharp style to match. They performed relentlessly, where Dave became known for his furious approach to the music and sometimes his bandmates. Personal pressures aside, their stunning and extensive back catalogue includes some of the 20th century's most recognized and beloved classics, including 'Lola', 'Sunny Afternoon', 'Waterloo Sunset' amongst many many more. Expect to hear a few of them and also to delve into Davies' own solo career, which began in 1967 with 'Death of A Clown' and has extended well into the last decade, with 2014's retrospective sounding 'Rippin' up time' and last year's Open Road, a collaboration with son Russ.