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Hailing from Australia, Nick Cave has proven himself in the showbiz both as a singer and a songwriter. He is one of the most renowned showbiz figures in Australia.
Nick Cave was raised an Anglican which clearly explains the influence of religion and bible in his work. While completing his early education, he became a member of the school choir. That was his earliest exposure to any form of music. He was only 19 years old when his father passed away. This tragedy left him in great grieves and became a turning point in his life both professionally and other wise.
After finishing his secondary school in 1976, he joined Caulfield Institute of technology where he studied fine arts. Here he met Mick Harvey, with whom he founded The Boys Next Door. This a high-school band rcame up with the cover of These Boots Are Made for Walking and then released an album titled Door Door. Later in 1980 the band’s name was changed from The Boys Next Door to The Birthday Party and the group moved to London from Australia.
The band released a string of albums of raw-boned blues and created quite a wave on the British rock scene. The Birthday Party had this new addition of raw emotion and wit in their music which really took time to break through and gain the attention required. The band became quite notorious for its energetic live performances with heart pounding rock music which was lauded by many.
Nick Cave wrote most of the songs for the band which mostly contained Old Testament imagery of sin, damnation and curses which gave its music a gothic vibe. In 1981 the band released its album Release the Bats which was intended as a sardonic parody of the rock scene however it became highly influential in the genre.
In 1983 the band broke up and Nick separated his ways and began writing script for a film. The film manifested as a prison ghost movie with director John Hilcoat and Evan English. In 1984 Nick Cave joined another band named The Bad Seeds as the lead vocalist and the frontman. With the electic hybrid of blues and vivid musical backdrops the band is classified as pure punk rock band that has been constantly changing its sound from one album to next. The band gained its widest exposure when it collaborated with Kylie Minogue and PJ Harvey on the single Where The Wild Roses Grow, which was a mainstream chart success.
In 2006 he formed Grinderman with himself on vocals, piano, and guitar. It was inspired by Memphis Slims song Grinder Man Blues. Band’s first album was released in 2007 and its second and last one in 2010. He received ARIA Award for best male artist of the year in 2008. He toured Australia and US in 2006 as a solo artist and a massive public attention.
Nick Cave has recently released his album Push the Sky Away with the bad seeds. He has announced a UK and Europe tour this autumn, kicking off on 26th October with two starting shows at London. The group’s live performances are meant to be experienced first-hand. So witness the extraordinary live performance by Nick Cave and The bad seeds by grabbing your Nick Cave tickets now.