Nick Cave to perform at Istanbul Jazz Festival
Over its 35-year career, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds have garnered a devoted following through songs “Into My Arms,” “Henry Lee,” “O’Children,” “Where the Wild Roses Grow” and “The Weeping Song.” Since its 1984 album, “From Her to Eternity,” the group has released 16 albums, many of which were showered in awards, including “The Boatman’s Call,” “Push the Sky Away” and “Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!”
Cave will be accompanied onstage in Istanbul by Warren Ellis, who is considered Cave’s musical soulmate, as well as old timers Thomas Wydler, Martyn P. Casey and Jim Sclavunos. Newcomers George Vjestica and Toby Dammit, who joined the Bad Seeds in 2015, will also take place alongside frontman Nick Cave during the concert.
Discounted tickets for the concert at Küçükçiftlik Park can be bought via Biletix and at the main İKSV ticket office, starting Jan. 26 at 10:30 a.m., for a limited time.