Founding member of the Velvet Underground, and the man who introduced avant-garde into rock music, John Cale's career is one of the most essential in history. He plays the National Concert Hall on June 16.
He's recorded almost 20 studio albums, collaborated with Brian Eno & Terry Riley, soundtracked many films, and this show will include songs from the Velvet Underground, solo material, as well as the proto-minimalist songs of The Dream Syndicate - his collaboration with La Monte Young and others.
Tickets, priced from €30-€40, are available from NCH.ie. Doors open at 8pm.