An Evening with Devin Townsend (acoustic)

Bush Hall, London.

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14+ only. 14s to 15s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £38.50 (£35.00) Transaction fee applicable * Sold out

 

Guests with access requirements who need to attend with a personal assistant are eligible for a complimentary ticket for their PA, please email notes@bushhallmusic.co.uk to make the arrangements, and you can visit www.bushhallmusic.co.uk/access for more info

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Over the course of Devin Townsend’s storied career, a single constant has persevered: change. As far back as Steve Vai’s Sex & Religion, which Townsend fronted, to 2001’s landmark full-length Terria to the multi-instrumentalist’s country rock outfit Casualties of Cool to his stunning album Transcendenceand the recently released ‘ Ocean Machine; Live at the Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv’,  the Canadian isn’t too interested in keeping an even musical keel. To stay the proverbial course is, well, anathema. For certain, he’s far too impatient to write the same Strapping Young Lad song over and over—which is why he folded the band in 2007—and it’s likely there will never be a fourth or fifth Ziltoidalbum (a third if we’re lucky) because by that point he’ll be in a totally different frame of mind for galactic puppets gone awry. To understand why Townsend, consciously and subconsciously, favors change is to know the man and his music today.

After having disbanded the Devin Townsend Project earlier this year, Devin is now fully focused on this new turn in his career and is currently working on his next studio album ‘Empath’ which is expected to be released Worldwide 2ndquarter of 2019 on HevyDevy Records / InsideOut Music.