[CANCELLED] ‘Good to See You’ Malaysia! Henry Rollins of Black Flag is Coming to KL to Share His Wild Stories
Dubbed THE jack-of-all-trades, punk rock legend-spoken word artiste Henry Rollins will be coming to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for his Good to See You tour!
Not to be mistaken as a music gig, Henry instead will be sharing his stories at the spoken word show. To be fair, his autobiography album Get in the Van: On the Road with Black Flag (1994), did win a Grammy – so that just shows how interesting this man is.
Here are the details of the Good to See You show in KL:
Henry Rollins : Good To See You 2022 Tour Live in Kuala Lumpur!
23 October 2022, 8:30pm | Plenary Theatre, KL Convention Centre
Live Nation Pre Sale
2 & 3 August 2022
General On Sale
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The phrase, “Lived many lives” is completely an understatement as Henry is an American musician, writer, actor, radio host, activist, spoken word artiste, and comedian.
However, it’s his presence in the punk rock scene in the past that many still talk about. Mostly known as the singer of hardcore punk band Black Flag and later the Rollins Band, Henry has had many solo projects and collaborations (too many to list here) since the early 1980s. More than a singer, his bottle-capped angsty persona is equally legendary.
Check out his point-of-exploding moments in the ’80s and ’90s in the YouTube compilation below:
Henry gradually moved from punk rock to the big screen, you may have seen his face in perhaps his own show, The Henry Rollins show which aired from 2006 to 2007, or featuring on popular series like Portlandia, Dreamland, or Sons of Anarchy. If you’re a millennial, maybe you’ve seen him on TV shows like American Dad, Legend of Korra, or Adventure.
Here’s a spoken word stand-up he did for Comedy Central based on his real life experience:
Without a doubt, this man is the real deal. Not a manufactured careerist-artiste, just one very honest, angry and funny guy.
So, what are you waiting for? Tickets prices start from RM258 to RM288 and will be available for sale starting 4 August at 10 am. Click here, to get your hands on ’em!
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