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The Vibrators

Doors:

New Cross Inn

323 New Cross Road SE14 6AS London

Gig Description

The Vibrators are back for their annual shindig.

£10 ADV / £12 OTD

First wave U.K. Punk Rock since 1976. Still touring and recording.
With a career lasting 40+ years, vocalist/guitarist IAN "KNOX" CARNOCHAN, bassist PAT COLLIER, guitarist JOHN ELLIS and drummer EDDIE originally formed the VIBRATORS in February 1976, and their first gig was supporting THE STRANGLERS at Hornsey Art College in North London. They supported THE SEX PISTOLS at the 100 CLUB and were one of the bands playing at the now legendary 100 CLUB PUNK ROCK FESTIVAL, where as well as doing their own set they supported guitar hero CHRIS SPEDDING. CHRIS recommended the band to his then record company, RAK. The band's debut single "WE VIBRATE" came out in November (one of the first punk singles) and was followed two weeks later by CHRIS SPEDDING'S "POGO DANCING" single with the VIBRATORS as the band on that.
http://www.thevibrators.com

with support from:

Guitar Gangsters
Melodic punk of the user friendly variety - even your wife/girlfriend/boyfriend/other will like us.
https://youtu.be/ItQwjCUyjAk

Unorfadox
Up-beat, alternative rock band from and around Bromley Kent. It’s rock but not as we know it Jim!
http://www.unorfadox.net

Midwich Cuckoos
Explosive Rock’n rolling punk metal experiment put together by friends from around the world.
http://www.midwichcuckoos.com

Rock n Roll Suicidez
Based in Camden, we do songs about our lives from Being Wasted on London’s Underground to Living with Autism.Punk to Reggae, Pop to Rock, we are difficult to pigeon hole, as individuals we bring our own individuality in to the mix. We are RocknRoll Suicidez.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHKYSQhr6PfiQ-Lr0Of55Yw

Daddy Those Men Scare Me
Glorious English punk balladry est. 1994.
http://www.daddythosemenscareme.co.uk/

Saturday 23rd March
Doors: 5pm https://www.facebook.com/events/468201086992601/

Source: New Cross Inn website

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