Prof. Nomad plays The Cure
Prof. Nomad has payed many beautiful tributes to different artists over the years. P60 opens each new year with the well known Bowie tribute. This time, the group unites to pay tribute to the new wave band The Cure! With Carol van Dyk (Bettie Serveert) as Robert Smith.
Since 1979, The Cure have sold millions of records and all their hits will be played during this show. Songs such as Killing an Arab, Caterpillar, Boys Don't Cry from their abrasive New Wave time and the later more poppy songs such as Love Cats, Why Can't I Be You and Friday I'm In Love.
This ode to The Cure has already earned its striped. The show has been played on many Dutch stages and was the highlight of festivals such as Zwarte Cross and Oerol.
Carol van Dyk (Bettie Serveert) vocals;
Stephan van der Meijden (Independent) on drums,
Bartel Bartels (Prof Nomad) on bass,
Peter Visser (Bettie Serveert) on guitar
Thijs Heij (TAXIKAT) on keys