The Meteors Bring Their Tour Home

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The Meteors are playing a small UK tour starting tomorrow night in Manchester.

The punk-rockabilly crossover band, credited with giving ‘psychobilly’ it’s distinctive sound are still going strong 25 years after front-man Paul Fenech formed them.

Fenech, though, is the only remaining original member, with he current line-up featuring Simon Linden on bass and Wolfgang Hordemann on drums.

The Meteors are also playing a special show celebrating this year’s 30th Anniversary of Punk featuring The Rezillos, The Damned, and The Beat.

You can see The Meteors at the following venues from tomorrow

Manchester Academy (November 28)
Sheffield The Boardwalk (29)
Newcastle Carling Academy (30)
Birmingham Carling Academy (December 1)
London Brixton Carling Academy (2)
Glasgow Carling Academy (3)

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