For a small group of lucky fans back in 2014 Kylie Minogue may remain an unexpected idol. The pop singer, known in her early career as the Madonna from Melbourne joined the darkest man in rock and roll, Nick Cave, to perform their iconic 1996 duet ‘Where The Wild Roses Grow’ and create a moment in history.
The Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds gig at the Koko in London was being filmed as part of the band’s live film 20,000 Days on Earth and they offered Kylie to chance to make some lucky fans’ dreams come true. The ‘Locomotive’ singer duly obliged and delivered a show-stopping performance.
“During the making of our film 20,000 Days on
The pair, however unlikely a pairing they may seem, have often leaned on each other during trying times and often cite the other as a huge source of inspiration. But despite their chemisty off-stage, the real magic happens on stage and can be seen perfectly in this beautiful moment.