Alle concerten van of festivals met Asia

Totaal aantal bezochte concerten en/of festivaldagen met Asia: 2

07-04-2009Foto's van Asia op 07-04-2009Asia setlistDe BoerderijHarry
27-05-2008Video's van Asia op 27-05-2008 in 013 - Jupiler Zaal (oud)Asia setlist013 - Jupiler Zaal (oud)Harry

Locatie(s) Asia:

Topnummers van Asia op Spotify

Albums van Asia:

Live at The Cambridge Rock Festival, Cambridge, UK, 9 August 2009 (2024)

Live at Luz de Gas, Barcelona, Spain, 19 May, 2008 (2024)

Live at HMV Forum, London, UK, 14 December 2010 (2024)

Live at the Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, Wi, USA, 23 April 2008 (2023)

Live at the International Forum, Tokyo, Japan, First Night, 12 May 2008 (2023)

Live at the Teatro Colegiales, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2011 (2023)

Live at the Carling Academy, Glasgow, Uk, 30 November 2006 (2023)

Live at the Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 25 April 1982 (2023)

Asia in Asia - Live at The Budokan, Tokyo, 1983 (2022)

Aurora (Live) (2021)

Symfonia - Live in Bulgaria 2013 (2017)

Phoenix: Special Edition (2016)

Recollections: A Tribute To British Prog (2014)

Gravitas (2014)

Omega (2010)

Fantasia: Live in Tokyo (2007)

The Definitive Collection (2006)

Gold (2005)

Aqua (1992)

Then & Now (1990)

Astra (1985)

Alpha (1983)

Asia (1982)

Geplande optredens van Asia

Helaas, Asia is niet op tour anders waren hier de tourdates weergegeven.

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Biography van Asia

When they appeared in the early '80s, Asia seemed to be a holdover from the '70s, when supergroups and self-important progressive rockers reigned supreme. Featuring members of such seminal art rock bands as King Crimson (John Wetton), Emerson, Lake & Palmer (Carl Palmer), and Yes (Steve Howe), as well as Geoff Downes from the Buggles, Asia did feature stretches of indulgent instrumentals on their records. However, they also could be surprisingly poppy, and that is what brought them to the top of the charts with their debut album, Asia, and its hit single, "Heat of the Moment." Alpha, their second album, also had a couple of hits ("Don't Cry" and "The Smile Has Left Your Eyes") but its follow-up, Astra, was a flop. The group disbanded in 1985, only to reunite in 1990 without John Wetton; John Payne took his place. After churning out a couple of new songs for a greatest-hits collection, the band hit the road, including two sold-out dates in front of 20,000 fans in Moscow. Thereafter, they toured sporadically and released Aqua (1992), Aria (1994), Arena (1996), Aura (2001), and Silent Nation (2004). The band's lineup reverted to its original form featuring Wetton, Palmer, Howe, and Downes for Phoenix (2008) and Omega (2010). In 2012, the original Asia lineup returned with the studio album XXX, featuring the single "Face on the Bridge." The following year, Howe announced his amicable departure from the group to pursue other projects, and in 2014 Asia released the album Gravitas, featuring new guitarist Sam Coulson. In January 2017, a month and a half before the scheduled beginning of an extensive U.S. tour by the band, John Wetton died from colon cancer at the age of 67. Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine There is another band with the same name: 2) Asia was an excellent hard rock band with a drive for epic, pomp-filled rock tunes. The band was from Rapid City, South Dakota and should not be confused with the famous U.K. one, which sadly outshone them and ended up rendering the U.S. group highly obscure despite the U.S. one's critical support. Going for a loose instrumental energy similar to Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin, their eventual line-up was made up of Michael English (vocals, bass, percussion), Larry Galbraith (vocals, guitars, mandolin), Mike Coates (guitars, mandolin, mellotron, piano, harpsichord, vocals), and Doug Johnson (percussion). They released two albums: 'Asia' (1979) and 'Armed to the Teeth' (1980). Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.