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The Vibrators

January 22, 2015, START: 20:00

INPUT: 200 - / spot 250 -

Stage and floor Fléda will vibrate under the onslaught echtovní British punk classics! In Brno is on her tour stops legendary trio The Vibrators, one of the bands that stood along the Sex Pistols or the UK Subs at the cradle of punk. Appeared on the scene in 1976 and since then has steadily energy to spare, so wait unadulterated punk whirlwind authentic administration. In addition, now brings his latest album with the Czech and Moravian audience quite understandable entitled "On The guestlist."

The band effectively support Brno Oldskulls with their "dirty covers over 'punk, metal and hardcore classics.

Concert British legends The Vibrators, which Oldskulls forward angle, starting at the club Fléda January 22 from 20 hours in advance tickets is 200 CZK, the place will be available for 250 CZK.

The Vibrators was founded in 1976, the original assembly consisted of vocalist Ian 'Knox' Carnochan, bassist Pat Collier, guitarist John Ellis and drummer John 'Eddie' Edwards. Appeared on the legendary 100 Club Punk Festival as a band Chris Spedding to them, as a respected guitarist and producer, helped to successfully start. The first single We Vibrate and Pogo Dancing delivered a legendary DJ John Peel, and in 1977 also opened for a UK tour Iggy Pop. Their debut album Pure Mania is listed in The Guinness Encyclopedia of Popular Music among the 50 best punk albums of all time. The band has weathered a series of personnel changes, and stayed the same energy to this day: Indeed, John 'Eddie' Edwards is driving this punk whirlwind of drum stool from the beginning until today.

Oldskulls, who opened the evening playing his own words, "the seeds of the golden age of punk, metal, thrash metal, hardcore. It's all in our 'dirty' submission, because not classical revival band ... "The band also plays host to taste singers from other bands: Kucinich (Pangram), Poly (Insania) and Igor (My Dead Cat).