Interview with Andy Bell of Erasure

The iconic musical duo of Andy Bell and Vince Clarke, which make up Erasure, will be performing two nights at the Bayou Music Center (520 Texas Ave) in Houston on Friday, Oct. 10 and Saturday, Oct. 11 beginning at 8p.m. Tickets are $55-$35 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster outlets.

To purchase tickets for Friday, Oct. 10 show – click HERE

To purchase tickets for Saturday, Oct. 11 show – click HERE

Dangerous Muse will open.

From England, Erasure returns in support of their latest record The Violet Flame – available now for purchase. “Refreshed” and “rejuvenated” are some of the adjectives used to describe the record but I instantly thought it’s typical Erasure — awesome.

Erasure will celebrate their 30-year anniversary next year and what a musical journey it’s been. With more than 25 million albums sold, Erasure turned heads in the United States beginning in 1985 with a string of radio hits like “Oh L’amour,” “Who Needs Love Like That,” “Sometimes,” “Victim of Love,” “Chains of Love,” “A Little Respect,” “Always,” “Blue Savannah” and “Stop,” just to name of few. Not only were they radio hits but dance clubs around the country were pumping the tunes making them even bigger stars.


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David Block

David is an award winning photographer from Texas. He's considered to be one of the greatest undiscovered performance photogs in the world. While living the undiscovered life style, David works as a mediocre web developer. He's one finger short of being perfect. He believes that when Morrissey sings, it's solely directed to him.  David is head over heels in love with Dita Von Teese.

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