Nick Cave and Colin Greenwood: An Unforgettable Musical Collaboration in Athens


Nick Cave, renowned musician and frontman of the Bad Seeds, is set to grace the stage in Athens for a trio of intimate performances alongside Radiohead's Colin Greenwood at the Onassis Foundation's Main Stage on June 1, 2, and 3. This rare collaboration promises to showcase Cave's emotive vocals and piano skills, accompanied by Greenwood's signature bass lines.

Nick Cave

Fresh off a successful tour in the US and Australia, where audiences and critics alike lauded their captivating performances, Cave and Greenwood are poised to deliver unforgettable renditions of songs spanning Cave's extensive musical career.

Expressing his anticipation for the upcoming concerts, Nick Cave remarked, "I'm looking forward to performing this special concert, accompanied by the great Colin Greenwood. It is an honor to share the songs with the audience in this way - stripped back and unadorned, revealing their essential nature."

Nick Cave's artistic journey extends beyond music, encompassing roles as an actor, author, and editor of the interactive platform "The Red Hand Files." Most recently, Cave has ventured into the realm of ceramics, adding yet another dimension to his multifaceted career.

Meanwhile, Colin Greenwood, hailing from Oxford, England, has been a pivotal figure in Radiohead since the band's inception in 1985. With over 30 million records sold worldwide, Radiohead boasts a plethora of accolades, including six Grammy Awards, four Ivor Novello Awards, and induction into the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Their groundbreaking album, "OK Computer" (1997), has even been preserved in the National Library of Congress of the United States.

Tickets for these highly anticipated shows will be available for pre-sale starting Friday, April 12 at 10:00 a.m. (ET).


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