Adam Ant Visits Museum
After playing a sold out show at 4th and B as part of his first US tour in 17 years, legendary pop icon and Grammy nominee Adam Ant visited the San Diego Air & Space Museum to see the spacecraft Gumdrop, from the 1969 Apollo 9 space mission that inspired Adam’s 1985 hit song “Apollo 9” from his “Vive Le Rock” album. The goal of the mission was to test the Apollo spacecraft and space suits in preparation for the ultimate goal of landing on the moon.
Adam visited the Museum, chatted with fans and posed for photos during a day off from the US leg of “The Blueblack Hussar” tour. With his band, The Good, The Mad and the Lovely Posse, Adam is a playing a 22-city tour in support of his upcoming album “Adam Ant is The Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner’s Daughter”.
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