Kate Bush Plans To Perform Again After 35 Years Of Retirement

Photo Credit: Zana Najjar/THZ

Photo Credit: Zana Najjar/THZ

If you’re a fan of 70’s music, you might want to know about this one. Kate Bush, who unofficially retired in 1979, has announced plans to return to the stage once more after 35 years.

She stopped for various reasons, some of which included her crippling fear of flying and the accidental death of her lighting director, Bill Duffield. She only has plans, so far, to play 15 concerts at the Hammersmith Apollo in London. The first is set for Aug. 26.

So, if you’re a fan you may want to snatch up a ticket (and a plane ticket) quickly. The London Telegraph reports that her tickets have been the most searched for on Viagogo, a ticket selling website, in the past few days. She beat out huge name artists like Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.

Concerts like these, when the artists haven’t been on the stage for a while, are more special than the rest. There is something about seeing a performer’s stunned expression, looking out at the crowd that makes it all the better. I can’t imagine what her first show back will be like.

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