Why was Tears for Fears concert postponed?
The legendary Everybody Wants to Rule The World duo were due to play an outdoor show in
Has the Tears for Fears tour been Cancelled?
Tears for Fears cancel remaining The Tipping Point UK tour dates including Hatfield House show.
Why was Scarborough Tears for Fears Cancelled?
In a tweet updating fans on his condition, band member Curt Smith said “singing would have been impossible” and so the duo have been forced to cancel their upcoming shows.
Who is opening for Tears for Fears 2022?
(DETROIT – November 12, 2021)– Iconic British duo, Tears For Fears, have announced the first leg of “The Tipping Point World Tour” in 2022, with Garbage as support.
Why was Tears for Fears Lytham Cancelled?
Tears for Fears have been forced to pull out of their headline performance at tonight’s Lytham Festival. The English pop rock band – formed by Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith – has apologised to fans for cancelling their performance after Curt injured one of his ribs.
Who pulled out of Lytham Festival?
Alison Moyet, 61, comes to the rescue at Lytham Festival after Tears for Fears pulled out.
Who is playing Lytham 2023?
Hot off the heels of the biggest North American stadium tour of 2022 Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard will head to Lytham as one of only four UK dates to be announced for their upcoming The World Tour.
Has Lytham Tears of Fears been Cancelled?
Tears for Fears no longer headlining Lytham Festival after injury.
Why did Tears for Fears fall out?
Another factor in the break-up was the band’s manager, Paul King, who declared bankruptcy in 1990 and was later convicted of fraud in 2004. Following Smith’s departure, Orzabal kept the band name alive by releasing the 1992 hit single “Laid So Low (Tears Roll Down)”.
What happened to Tear for Fears?
The duo are back with their first album for eighteen years, The Tipping Point. Like many iconic groups they have been through some major ups and downs. In fact, they revealed they did not speak at all for almost a decade and have been battling the record industry in the past few years.