The Buzzcocks performed in concert on December 2nd at The Forum in London, England. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
The Buzzcocks performed at the Century Theatre on Saturday (September 9) in Sydney, Australia. Check out pictures from WireImage.
The Levellers, Buzzcocks, and Steel Pulse performed during day three of the Beautiful Days Festival 2006 on August 20th at Escot Park in Devon, England. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Buzzcocks performed in concert at Warsaw in Brooklyn, New York on July 11th. Watch a clip of the band performing ‘Ever Fallen In Love?’ during the gig via YouTube below and check out pictures from RexFeatures.
Rock acts on television this week include Taking Back Sunday, woh perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ on Monday and ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ on Friday; Buzzcocks, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ on Monday; the Flaming Lips, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Monday; Rock Kills Kid, who perform on ‘Last Call’ on Tuesday; The Elected, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Tuesday; Everclear, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show’ on Thursday; Sammy Hagar, who performs on ‘The Late Late Show’ on Thursday; Dashboard Confessional, who performs on ‘Today’ on Thursday; and Seether, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show’ on Friday.
Buzzcocks performed in concert on July 14th at Shelter in Detroit, Michigan. Check out pictures from WireImage.
Buzzcocks are out with the video to their new single ‘Wish I Never Loved You’, from the album ‘Flat-Pack Philosophy’. Watch it via YouTube below.
Mark Radcliffe brought live coverage of the UK Music Hall of Fame 2005 on Radio 2 Wednesday (November 16), featuring the Buzzcocks, Damon Albarn of Blur, Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath, New Order, and Pink Floyd. Listen to a replay of the show, and check out pictures, from BBC.co.uk.
While singer Pete Shelley and his Buzzcocks bandmates are clearly excited by the resurgence of interest in the group that followed their tour opening for Pearl Jam, it hasn’t been easy for the former enfants terribles to get used to being known as punk’s elder statesmen. “Yes, this whole ‘godfathers of punk’ thing is a bit strange, but I suppose that’s better than grandfathers of punk,” he told Tim Perlich of the Now Toronto. “If I had my choice, I think I’d rather the Buzzcocks be known as the eccentric uncles of punk.” Read more.