I Don't Mind; Fast Cars; Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've); Get on Our Own; Sixteen; Moving Away From
the Pulsebeat; Fiction Romance; Love You More; Real World; Breakdown;
Noise Annoys; What Do I Get?; Autonomy; Boredom; Oh Shit!
band line up
Pete Shelley (guitar'/vocs) Steve
Diggle (guitar) John Maher (drums) Steve Garvey (bass)
Pauline Murray (vocs)
Robert Blamire (bass) Gary Smallman Neale Floyd Fred Purser
gig poster and flyer (click to
Thanks to Graham Britten for
the NME cuttings
Buzzcocks split in 1981 which Shelley and
Diggle pursuing solo careers. They have since reformed, initially with the
above line up but now the core duo of Shelley and Diggle remain. John
Maher runs a Volkswagen racing team.
This classic line up
reunited for two gigs in 2012
went on to headline Friars twice and called it quits after their last
appearance in 1979. They reformed twenty odd years later still with
Pauline and Rob and still play. Their performance at Friars in 2009 was
odds and trivia
Did you know the band got it's name from a
review of seminal 1976 TV show Rock Follies? The review, in reference to
Julie Covington's streetwise character, headlined its' review, "It's a
Ludus' Linder Sterling
was an artist/designer involved in early Buzzcocks/Magazine covers.
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