Buzzcocks 2014 Tour Schedule
Without the Buzzcocks, the landscape of punk rock throughout the past several decades
would be completely different. This British outfit was one of the very first punk rock bands to emerge on the music scene
in the mid-1970s, and they forever altered the course of punk rock music with their edgy lyrics and heavy guitar riffs. The
Buzzcocks produced catchy and irresistible pop tunes that have endured the test of time, such as "Love Battery" and "Walking
Distance". The group was initially inspired by the effervescent energy of the Sex Pistols, and they used this inspiration
to create some of the best punk rock songs of the '70s.
Although the Buzzcocks went on hiatus for most of the '80s,
they have been rocking out continuously for the past several decades, and now they're ready to bring their awesome punk rock
hits to a stage near you! The Buzzcocks are hitting the road this September with their British punk rock attitude, stopping
in cities like Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Detroit, and Solana Beach. With so many exciting shows lined
up this September, you definitely shouldn't miss out on this opportunity to see the incredible Buzzcocks perform live! Relive
some of the best music of the '70s, as well as their more current tunes, and grab your Buzzcocks tickets on StubHub today!
Act quickly, though, as these tickets are bound to sell out fast!
The Buzzcocks officially
formed in 1976 at the Bolton Institute of Technology. The initial lineup consisted of Pete Shelley, Howard Devoto, Peter McNeish,
Garth Davies, and Mick Singleton. In 1976, Shelley and Devoto both traveled to London in order to see a band that had been
receiving a great deal of attention – the Sex Pistols. The two musicians were immediately enamored with the infectious
energy and excitement that the Sex Pistols brought to the stage, and they decided that this energy is exactly what their band
needed, and in July 1976, the Buzzcocks opened for the Sex Pistols in Manchester.
By the end of 1976, not only had the
Buzzcocks performed on the same stages at the Sex Pistols, but they had also become the first punk group to form an independent
record label to release their own music. Later, when the group underwent some lineup changes and signed to United Artists
Records, they started to release some of their most popular singles, including "What Do I Get?" and "Shot By Both Sides".
In 1981, the Buzzcocks disbanded when Shelley decided to embark on a solo career. For almost an entire decade, the various
members of the Buzzcocks pursued other musical projects. When they reunited in 1989, the band was better and more excited
than ever to bring their punk rock anthems to the world. While the group's lineup has changed numerous times throughout the
years, the current lineup is said to be the best yet, and includes Pete Shelley, Steve Diggle, Chris Remmington, and Danny
The Buzzcocks were instrumental in the emergence of punk rock in the '70s, and they have been major power players
in the music scene for the past several decades, which is why you shouldn't miss out on this opportunity to see this awesome
band perform live at one of their upcoming shows! Head to StubHub right away to secure your Buzzcocks tickets and get ready
for an unforgettable punk rock show!
Over the course of the Buzzcocks' career, the band
has released eight studio albums, 13 compilation albums, and 24 singles. Some of their most popular hits include songs like
"What Do I Get?", "Love You More", "Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've", "Promises", and "Everybody's Happy
Nowadays". Their first two studio albums – Another Music in a Different Kitchen (1978) and Love Bites (1978) both made
it onto the top 20 on the UK music charts, and have remained some of their most successful albums to date.
repertoire contains some of the best punk rock songs in music history, and you definitely don't want to miss seeing this incredible
band performing live in concert if you have the chance. Head to StubHub right away to secure your tickets to an upcoming Buzzcocks
The Buzzcocks' first single, "Orgasm Addict" was so sexually explicit that the BBC refused
to play it.
Get ready for some angst-filled, biting punk rock tunes that have wildly infectious
pop beats, because the Buzzcocks are headed back out on tour this September! Make your way to StubHub today to grab your tickets
to one of the exciting upcoming Buzzcocks shows and prepare for one of the most entertaining punk rock shows ever! With their
hit songs from the '70s and their more current music, you are bound to be entertained all night long! So what are you waiting
for? Head to StubHub now!