Adrian Belew Concert Moves from Foundry to Crescent Ballroom

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Adrian Belew has an extensive résumé. The art-rocker has played with the avant-garde vanguard, clocking in time with King Crimson, Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie, The Talking Heads, Frank Zappa, Brian Eno, as well as playing straight up power pop with his band The Bears.

Lately Belew has been touring with The Adrian Belew Power Trio, and on Sunday, October 23, he'll be appearing with another King Crimson member, Tony Levin, at Crescent Ballroom.

Originally scheduled to go down at Foundry on First, the venue movement was announced last Friday. Tickets sold for the Foundry performance will be honored at Crescent Ballroom, which opened last week.

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