Mid-may music: An Aladdin’s Cave of creativity

May 9th, 2015

This article is more than 8 years old.

Nick Cave

Tue & Wed, May 12-13, 20:00; Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen, Emil Holms Kanal 20, Cph S; tickets: from 490kr; nickcave.com

Emotionally intense and armed with an absurd lyrical obsession with death, religion, love and violence, rock musician Nick Cave is often referred to as the ‘Prince of Darkness’.

Best known as the frontman of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, the singer has created a name for himself as a singer, poet and gifted lyricist.
He’s a man of many talents, and you’d be foolish to miss this gig … if you can get a ticket. Despite playing two concerts at Koncerthuset, the situation isn’t looking good as it’s waiting list only, so maybe your best option is to search online. (PM)

Lydia Loveless
Sun May 10, 20:00; Ideal Bar Vega; 110kr

Alternative country singer- songwriter Lydia Loveless is excited about making her Danish debut with an intimate concert at Vega. Country runs in her blood, since she grew up on a farm in Ohio. (JK)

(photo: Franzthemogul89)

(photo: Franzthemogul89)

Douglas Dare

Wed May 13, 20:00; Ideal Bar Vega; 140kr

London-based singer-songwriter Douglas Dare has a lot to offer: he combines beautiful piano playing with electronic sounds and rich vocals that are made up of his own poems. (JK)

(photo:Markus Felix)

(photo:Markus Felix)

Ladylion & The Polarshift
Fri May 15, 20:00; Ideal Bar Vega; 90kr

Ladylion & The Polarshift are the combined forces of the indie folk songwriter Randi Lovendahl from Aarhus and the pop band The PolarShift, whose music is both melodic and dramatic at times. (JK)

(photo:Lady Lion's Facebook Page)

(photo:Lady Lion’s Facebook Page)

Jacob Whitesides
Sun May 17, 20:00; Lille Vega; 165kr

Jacob Whitesides, a 17-year-old pop singer from Tennessee, taught himself to play the guitar and apparently did a good job as he has more than 10 million views on YouTube. (JK)

(photo: Kelly West)

(photo: Kelly West)

The Johnny Cash Roadshow feat Clive John & Jill Scoonjans
Thu May 21, 20:00; Amager Bio; 200kr

This Britain-based band is the largest existing tribute to Johnny Cash. Their show will take us on a melodic ride from the beginning of the icon’s career in the 1950s to his death in 2003. (PM)

(photo: JohnnnyCash Roadshow Facebook Page)

(photo: JohnnnyCash Roadshow Facebook Page)


Subscribe to our newsletter

Sign up to receive The Daily Post

Latest Podcast