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Gary Numan | Middlesbrough Empire | The Middlesbrough Empire | Saturday, 17. March 2018

Gary Numan, best known for tracks such as Cars and Are 'Friends' Electric?, has added dates to his Savage tour 2018,

Numan's only gig in the North East in 2018 will be in Middlesbrough, on March 17th at 7:00pm.
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Starting his music career in 1977, as the lead singer of Tubeway Army, the band released two albums, before splitting in 1979. Numan went on to release his debut solo album, ‘The Pleasure Principle’ in 1979, which contained the #1 single Cars. His second album, ‘Telekon’, released in 1980, also topped the UK Albums Chart, with ‘Dance’ in 1981, reaching #3 and ‘I, Assassin’, hitting #8 and ‘Warriors’ peaking at #12. He released his twelfth album, ‘Splinter (Songs from a Broken Mind)’, in 2013. 2014 saw the next album, 'Terrestrial Channels', followed by 2017's 'Savage (Songs From a Broken World)', most of which were interspersed with live album releases.

2017 saw the electro pioneer play Liverpool’s Exhibition Centre in July, supported by John Foxx and The Maths, as part of ’50 Summers of Love’. He additionally head out on a UK tour in October, and across Europe and North America later in the year.

Now, Gary Numan has announced The Savage Tour Part 2 for March 2018.