David J of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets tours Europe for intimate shows in June

By on June 4, 2015
davidjmooreAuthor Alan Moore in a unique performance with David J.

Seminal musician David J, one quarter of the force known as Bauhaus and one third of the psychedelic rock jam known as Love and Rockets, further celebrates his autobiography “Who Killed Mister Moonlight? Bauhaus, Black Magick, and Benediction,” with a sturdy reading and show at New York’s Joe’s Pub before embarking on a month-long May tour, visiting London, Prague, and Berlin before returning to the States for shows in Philadelphia, Grand Rapids, Detroit, San Francisco, and Denver.

davidjshowDavid J in concert at Joe’s Pub, with Paul Wallfisch on piano and Heather Paauwe on violin.

With the first edition now sold out, Who Killed Mister Moonlight? enters its second printing as David J. Haskins reads salubrious passages from the book while missing in songs both known and new. New York’s visit included the uber-classic Bela Lugosi’s Dead, accompanied by piano and violin, with renditions of LCD Soundsystem’s New York I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down and a rocking highlight of Iggy Pop’s Dum Dum Boys.

davidjbooksDavid J greeting fans and offering tomes after the show.

Haskins has been performing exclusive “Living Room Shows” here and there, highly intimate events with audiences as small as 25, sitting floor or cushions, and truly being right in the moment along with the progenitive rocker. Check his calendar to see when you might be fortunate enough to attend one of these limited-ticket events. For fans of Bauhaus, Love and Rockets, and David J, “Who Killed Mister Moonlight?” is the inside story of one of the greatest bands of all time, and the generative works that followed.

David J Tour Schedule June thru July 2015

June 1 – The Clissoid (The Kinks Room) London, UK
June 2 – Massolit – Reading & Performance w/ David J., Michael Berg – Krakow, Poland
June 4 – Shakespeare & Son – Reading & Performance w/ David J, Michael Berg – Prague, Czech Republic
June 5 – Shakespeare & Sons – Reading & Performance w/ David J, Michael Berg – Berlin, Germany
June 6 – Urban Spree – Reading & Performance w/ David J, Michael Berg – Berlin, Germany
June 9 – LIVING ROOM SHOW w/ David J, Michael Berg – Berlin, Germany
June 11 – Salao Brazil – Coimbra, Portugal
June 12 – Fontoria Club – Solo w/ David J, Rui Maia
June 13 – Sister Ray – Reading & Performance – Porto, Portugal
June 18 – LIVING ROOM SHOW – PRIVATE – Philadelphia, PA
July 10 – Hop Cat w/ members of Planet D Nonet – Grand Rapids, MI
July 11 – Huma Room w/ members of Planet D Nonet – Detroit, MI
July 21 – LIVING ROOM SHOW w/ David J, Darwin – San Francisco, CA
July 31 – Syntax Physic Opera

Order “Who Killed Mister Moonlight?” here

About Shade Rupe

Shade Rupe is the author of Funeral Party 1 and 2, and Dark Stars Rising, a collection of interviews with Divine, Crispin Glover, Gaspar Noe, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Tura Satana, and many more. He produced and directed the live recording of Teller of Penn & Teller’s off-Broadway show Play Dead. He was a featured guest on all three presentations of Bravo’s Scariest Movie Moments alongside Stephen King, John Landis, Guillermo Del Toro, Peter Jackson, and more. He appears often at international film festivals and is now working on an updated edition of Dark Stars Rising to include new interviews with Norman Reedus, William Friedkin, John Boorman, and more. Visit him at shaderupe.com.