September 14, 2022 was supposed to be a big night in New Haven. A special evening for those of us who enjoy the dark and mysterious genre of music classified as Goth. One of the Gods of Goth, Bauhaus, were scheduled to play College Street Music Hall that evening, but alas, we have to shrink back into our all-black, and wait more years. The show unfortunately has been cancelled.

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According to College Street Music Hall via Bauhaus, Bauhaus vocalist Peter Murphy is entering a rehab facility, and the September 14 New Haven show, as well as the rest of the performances Bauhaus had scheduled for their North American tour, have all been cancelled. If you have tickets, refunds will automatically take place and be returned to the original payment method within the next 30 days.

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The statement goes on to say that Murphy "Will be entering a rehabilitation facility to attend to his health and well-being". I'm glad as a fan that he's strong enough to accept the help that has been offered to him. Also as a fan, I have to ask Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins, and David J. to think about still coming to College Street on September 14, 2022, and play their favorite Love and Rockets songs for us? I know New Haven is no Coachella, but mull it over. Manic Mark, we're counting on you, and thank you for bringing our heroes to us every year.

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