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Peter Hook And The Light at Gloucester Guildhall

Peter Hook And The Light are an English rock band, consisting of Peter Hook, his son and bass-player Jack Bates, guitarist David Potts, keyboarder Andy Poole, and drummer Paul Kehoe. Scroll down to see all ticket options and prices. See a full list of Peter Hook And The Light events...

Joy Division’s Peter Hook unveils new Ian Curtis mural in Macclesfield town centre

Peter Hook helped unveil a new mural of Joy Division bandmate Ian Curtis in Macclesfield town centre this afternoon (March 26). The bassist and co-founder of New Order cut the ribbon alongside Akse, the Manchester-based street artist who painted the mural, telling those in attendance: “I am actually very honoured to be here, and to do this, because to me it’s about time Ian came home.”
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Mark Lanegan Remembered: Peter Hook, Garbage, Greg Dulli, Moby and More Pay Tribute

On Tuesday, the music world was rocked by Mark Lanegan‘s death on Tuesday at his home in Ireland. At this time, no cause of death is stated and the public is being urged to respect the family’s privacy at this time. Musicians and fans alike took to Twitter today to grieve and send their condolences to those who are mourning the death of Lanegan.
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Peter Hook on his 5 best bass albums

The Joy Division and New Order co-founder looks back through his back catalog and reflects on the tragedy and triumph of New Order, and the recording of a true survival record. Peter Hook was born Peter Woodhead in 1956, and was the towering talent on the bass guitar behind the seminal bands Joy Division and New Order, as well as projects including Monaco, and the short-lived three-bassist group, Freebass.

Janice Long death: Peter Hook, Tim Burgess, Jeremy Vine and Jo Whiley lead tributes after radio DJ dies aged 66

Musicians, fellow broadcasters and listeners are paying tribute to BBC radio presenter Janice Long, following her death aged 66.The radio DJ, who became the first woman to have her own daily show on Radio 1 and the first regular female presenter on Top of the Pops, was hailed as a “trailblazer”. Her agent said she died at home on Christmas Day after a short illness.Over a career spanning 40 years, Long helped to launch the careers of future stars including The Smiths, Amy Winehouse and Adele.Peter Hook of Joy Division and New Order, and The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess...

Peter Hook to tour Joy Division albums: Where to buy tickets, schedule, dates, set list

Although they were only active for a few short years in the late 1970s, Joy Division’s impact looms so large that a revival tour is set to traverse the States in 2022. The post-punk band was co-founded by Peter Hook and Ian Curtis in 1976. Following Curtis’ untimely passing in 1980, Hook went on to form New Order and now fronts the group Peter Hook and the Light.

Peter Hook & The Light Add 2022 Tour Dates: Ticket Presale Code & On-Sale Info

Peter Hook, bassist and founding member of Joy Division and New Order, has added 2022 tour dates to his schedule along with his current band known as The Light. The newly announced concerts are scheduled in the USA and Canada from August into September. On tour, Peter Hook & The Light will be performing both of Joy Division's studio albums — Unknown Pleasures and Closer — in their entirety in addition to "singles, B-sides, AND a New Order set to open in a near 3 hour show!" as shared on Peter Hook's social media.
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Peter Hook & The Light Announce “Joy Division: A Celebration” Tour

Peter Hook & The Light have unveiled a 26-date North American tour that will take place August and September of 2022. The outing is called “Joy Division: A Celebration” and will see the group playing the albums Unknown Pleasures and Closer. To further sweeten the pot, the band will perform an opening set of New Order material, effectively covering much of Hook’s discography through each night.

Peter Hook and The Light announce 2022 tour dates

Peter Hook of Joy Division and New Order has announced that his band Peter Hook and The Light will be touring North America in 2022. The tour is called "Joy Division: A Celebration" and the band will be performing Joy Division songs including playing their albums Unknown Pleasures and Closer in full. The band will also be playing an opening set of New Order songs. Check out the tour dates below.

Peter Hook playing Joy Division & New Order songs on 2022 North American tour

Former Joy Division and New Order bassist Peter Hook will be performing the music of both of his old bands on a North American tour next year. For the outing, Hook and his band The Light will be playing Joy Division’s two studio albums, 1979’s Unknown Pleasures and 1980’s Closer, in full, along with various singles and B-sides. That’ll be the main set; the opener will be Hook playing a collection of New Order material.

Peter Hook and the Light to Play Joy Division Albums on 2022 North American Tour

Peter Hook and the Light are set to tour North American next year, and they’ll be playing Joy Division’s two classic albums, Unknown Pleasures and Closer.  The 26-date North American leg of the Joy Division: A Celebration tour will kick off with two shows at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on August 11th and 12th. It’ll wrap on September 14th at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver. On top of playing Unknown Pleasures and Closer in their entirety, Hook and the Light will perform Joy Division’s early Warsaw material, tracks from their compilation Still, and the final songs the band wrote —...