Ian Astbury (left) and Billy Duffy founded the Cult more than 30 years ago, but the band has continued to evolve. “Music is all about being in the moment: an exhilarating situation. It’s all different every night: different audience, different environment, different culture,” he says. The Cult play Thursday, Sept. 29, at the VooDoo.
Ian Astbury (left) and Billy Duffy founded the Cult more than 30 years ago, but the band has continued to evolve. “Music is all about being in the moment: an exhilarating situation. It’s all different every night: different audience, different environment, different culture,” he says. The Cult play Thursday, Sept. 29, at the VooDoo. Tim Cadiente
Ian Astbury (left) and Billy Duffy founded the Cult more than 30 years ago, but the band has continued to evolve. “Music is all about being in the moment: an exhilarating situation. It’s all different every night: different audience, different environment, different culture,” he says. The Cult play Thursday, Sept. 29, at the VooDoo. Tim Cadiente
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