Thursday, July 9, 2009

TRENT REZNOR ANNOUNCES NINE INCH NAILS' LAST U.S. SHOWS (FOR REAL!)

The summer tour with Jane's Addiction was supposed to be Nine Inch Nails' final U.S. dates (actually Bonaroo was supposed to be the last one) but Trent Reznor has decided that the last shows shouldn't be (a) shows with short settimes due to co-headlining and (b) shows in daylight. So he has just announced some final club shows in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago on nin.com. Of course, one of Trent's biggest influences is David Bowie, who has "retired" a few times.

I presume that he isn't retiring Nine Inch Nails to reunite with The Exotic Birds. Check out this 1985 TV interview!

2 comments:

Shotyoung said...

Very cool video. I didn't realize Reznor came up through the 80's electronica pop scene. Changes my whole perspective of him and probably not in a better way....

Minority said...

hey, lots of people started out one way, and developed into something else.