Murray Head live at Paris Olympia - postponed to June 2020

Published by Caroline J. · Updated on 25 May 2020 at 19h07 · Published on 18 March 2020 at 09h52
Following the coronavirus epidemic, Murray Head's show initially planned on March 28th, 2020 at the Olympia is postponed to Tuesday June 30th, 2020.
Following the latest measures set up to curb the coronavirus pandemic, Murray Head's show - initially planned at the Olympia on  March 28th, 2020, is postponed to Tuesday June 30th, 2020.

Tickets for March 28th remain valid for the new date. For others, please contact your point of sale where you bought your ticket.

Calling all Murray Head fans! The British artist has announced a tour and a show in Paris on Tuesday June 30, 2020 at the legendary venue, the Olympia. The singer will make the most of it to perform his cult album “Say It Ain’t So”. Released in 1975, this album has definitely marked the spirits. He’s one of those a generation listened non-stop and that keeps on seducing the youngest.

During this tour, Murray Head will be accompanied on stage by his loyal musicians, guitarist Phil Palmer, violinist Geoffrey Richardson, bassists Jennifer Maidman, saxophonist Harry Fausing Smith and drummer Ally McDougal.

For the record, Murray Head quickly proved he was a complete artist. In addition to his musical career, Murray Head is also a talented actor. At 20 years old, he plays his first major role in a movie. He also played in 1971 in “Sunday, Bloody Sunday”. Since then, Murray Head counts up about twenty movies and as many TV series. He also stands out in the writing field with the release of his autobiography in 2010.

To rediscover this legendary artist live, let’s meet on June 30, 2020 at the Olympia.

Practical information


28 Boulevard des Capucines
75009 Paris 9

à partir de: €51

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