In 1994, The Bluetones released as their debut single Bluetonic which paved the way for the UK’s most endearing enduring pop band.

To this day, Mark Morriss (voice/guitar), Eds Chesters (drums), Adam Devlin (lead guitar) and Scott Morriss (bass/backing vocals) are still greeted like alternative-universe Smiths by their long devoted and new fans alike. A music obsessed last gang in town, they have retained their independence through years of ups, downs and battles against the dark side and in recent years have emerged as a a band of the thriving UK underground.

Still triumphing, expect new material next year.

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Last session: Sat 17 Feb 2007 at 8:00 PM - This event has now passed

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