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UK Prog Legends Nektar To Tour Europe In January 2014

SOURCE: Published: 2013-12-08
Nektar London, UK - Hot on the heels of a successful US tour and the release of their critically acclaimed new album 'Time Machine', UK prog legends Nektar are preparing to tour Europe in early 2014! After a bit of an absence from European stages, Nektar is sure to be a treat for concert-goers who will be fortunate enough to catch one of the shows!

Nektar founding member Roye Albrighton (guitars/lead vocals) says, “We can promise you high quality performances wherever we play. I know I speak on behalf of the band when I say we are all looking forward to it.”

Nektar, featuring Albrighton, founding drummer Ron Howden, keyboardist Klaus Hentasch and bassist Lux Vibratus, although mostly British were formed in Hamburg, Germany in 1970. Their early albums featured a heady, exhilarating mix of progressive, experimental rock sounds that soon caught on worldwide at the height of the international prog-rock boom. Touring the world behind numerous album releases throughout the '70s & '80s helped to cement the band’s reputation as an influential prog-rock legend. Having undergone a variety of personnel changes over the past decade or so, the band now boasts its strongest lineup in years and is ready to prove so yet again to its many fans throughout Europe.

Nektar’s new album, 'Time Machine', featuring the band’s first album of new original material in several years, was released on Cleopatra Records in the USA on June 18, 2013.

Nektar Tour Dates:

Jan 8 – UK, London - Borderline

Jan 9 – Germany, Dortmund - Piano Bar

Jan 10 – Germany, Bonn - Harmony

Jan 11 – Germany, Frankfurt - Das Bett

Jan 12 – Germany, Berlin - White Trash

Jan 13 – Germany, Hamburg - Marxx

Jan 14 – Denmark, Copenhagen - tbc

Jan 16 - Austria

Jan 17 - Austria, Ried Kik

Jan 18 - Austria, Greifenburg Kultursaal


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