The Nuns of Brixton make a habit of rocking hard! They're not here to scold you and rap you with rulers. The only thing
The Nuns of Brixton came to do is rock, hard, and they do it at each and every show. Touting themselves as the only Clash
cover band that matters, an homage to their idols, they prove this at every concert, regaling audiences with all their favorite
Clash hits in brilliant detail. If you're debating between staying or going now, the choice is clear: The Nuns of Brixton
rock, and if you love The Clash, you need to see the Nuns. Get your Nuns of Brixton concert
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The only Clash cover band worth mentioning, The Nuns of Brixton hail from the seediest underbellies in South London and
take their mission quite seriously: to embody the punk thunder of The Clash and to deliver crushing live renditions from that
iconic band's repertoire with unbridled recklessness for the huddled masses yearning to breathe in the sweet smell of seditious
punk anthems. The Nuns of Brixton do not compromise, do not equivocate, do not kowtow. They just rock, and they don't let
anything stand in their way.
Fronted by Jah StrummeNun, a punk veteran on the Denver music scene, The Nuns of Brixton have been building a steady following
of punk-desperate fans since early 2010. StrummeNun saw a void, a hole in the music scene, a power vacuum that came to be
after punk's star began to fade. This did not sit well with the gifted musician, and thus was born The Nuns of Brixton, a
coming together of hyper talented punk musicians who want nothing more than to show audiences what it means to truly rock
Sure they're five guys dressed up like nuns, but The Nuns of Brixton take their job as the leading Clash cover band gravely
seriously. The Nuns do a great service both to the spirit and the music of The Clash, vigorously motoring through material
from the Clash's 1977 self-titled debut, Give Em Enough Rope, London Calling and Sandinista at every show to give audiences
the punk thrills they so desperately crave. The band is made up of Denver punk veterans who know how to rock, and they give
it everything they've got when they don their habits and inhabit the spirit of Joe Strummer and the gang, and audiences can't
get enough of that punk attitude and tunes!
In the hustle and bustle, in the desire to make good art, and of course in the innate desire for attention and compensation,
it's easy to forget live music is supposed to be about entertainment. It's supposed to be wild, unexpected, goofy, happy,
wave-your-hands-in-the-air-like-you-just-don't-care good times. Fortunately, the Nuns of Brixton, Denver's habit-wearing Clash
cover band, haven't forgotten how to have a good time. Their shows are testaments to punk, to The Clash and to music, to that
endless pursuit of a good time through music. If you're looking for a show that truly rocks, purchase rock tickets at StubHub to The Nuns of Brixton, a live music
performance in the truest sense!