“Just warming up again… look darling, what a surprise!” A wry comment from Cy Curnin, front man for English New Wave band The Fixx, in the middle of a rare second encore during their amazing show at Assembly Music Hall last night, about half way through their current U.S. tour supporting their latest studio album, Beautiful Friction. The iconic band, best known for a string of 80s hits like “One Thing Leads To Another”, “Saved By Zero”, and “Red Skies”, played a great mix of old and new, and the band certainly showed that they can still record great music as well as play it live.
New Wave Pioneers The Fixx Embark on U.S. Tour in July
England New Wave band The Fixx will be playing a little over a dozen shows across the U.S. next month. Best known for 80s classics like “One Thing Leads To Another”, “Red Skies”, and “Saved By Zero”, the group is likely to play newer material as well from last years studio album, Beautiful Friction. [Read more…]