Peter Hook And The Light Tickets
Peter Hook, the musician, bass player, entrepreneur, author and singer has been rocking the music industry since 1976. He currently leads the band Peter Hook and the Light as bassist and vocalist. In the mid of 70s, Hook founded Joy Division, the folk punk band along with his fellow musician Bernard Sumner in Salford. Joy Division consisted of Hook, Bernard, Ian Curtis and Stephen Morris. When they released an EP in 1978 titled “An Ideal for Living” they were noticed by Tony Wilson, a television personality. A year later, their debut album “Unknown Pleasures” hit the market and received critical acclaim, providing Hook and his band with their first success.Peter Hook and the Light tickets for his last show got sold very quickly..
Although Joy Division was on the road to success, the lead singer Curtis was struggling hard in his personal life and with his health. The band was embarking on their very first American tour, when on the eve of it Curtis committed suicide. After that the band released their second album ‘Closer’. Its single Love Will Tear Us Apart became their highest charting song. The words "Love Will Tear Us Apart" are engraved on Curtis’ gravestone as well. After his death, the band continued under the name of "New Order". For a long time, Hook continued to play bass for them, until he left it in 2007.
Peter Hook decided to honor the genius of Ian Curtis as well as his first band in the May of 2010. He brought the opportunity of hearing the band’s masterpiece albums "Closer" and "Unknown Pleasures" live to the fans. Along with his The Light band, Hook celebrated the successes of Joy Division and celebrated Curtis’ life in several live concerts. The journey that started out with one sold out concert soon multiplied into a series of concerts worldwide. Eventually, Hook along with his band started to appear at famous festivals and gigs across the globe.
Peter Hook and the Light has recently been on full tours of New Zealand, the United States and Australia. In the start of 2011, Hook continued to tour heavily throughout Scandinavia and Europe. In June of the same year, the band made debut performance in Brazil and traveled to Canada and Mexico. After traveling across the globe, the band returned to America and toured the region once again.
Peter Hook and the Light started off 2012 with yet another European tour, visiting the countries they hadn’t before. In May, the band completed Joy Division performances by singing live "Still" the compilation album for the first time. The band toured city to city for the rest of the year as well. Their first UK tour was a part of these tours, which received positive reviews as well. In September it was announced that the band will now move on to New Order’s first two albums, "Power, Corruption & Lies" and "Movement" for their upcoming performances.
Peter Hook and the Light began these new series of concerts in January of 2013 in London and Manchester. The shows were booked two months in advance. Rave reviews were received from the critics as well as fans. In March and April of 2013, the band performed more of the Closer and Unknown Pleasures concerts as well. The band continued to tour across the world, their shows divided between the debut albums of Joy Division as well as New Order. Peter Hook and the Light tickets for these shows sold like hot cakes.