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Dr. Feelgood Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Dr. Feelgood Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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George
November 27th 2023
Awesome
Glasgow, United Kingdom@
Oran Mor
Timothy
March 5th 2023
Exceptional performers 👌
Southampton, United Kingdom@
The Joiners
Penny
March 4th 2023
Very enjoyable
Hitchin, United Kingdom@
CLUB 85
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About Dr. Feelgood

Dr. Feelgood formed in 1971. The classic line-up included Lee Brilleaux (b. 1953, d. 7 April 1994; vocals/harmonica), Wilko Johnson (b. John Wilkinson, 1947; guitar), John B. Sparks (b. 1953; bass) and John 'The Big Figure' Martin. Initially based in Canvey Island, Essex, on the Thames estuary, Dr. Feelgood broke into the London circuit in 1974. Brilleaux's menacing personality complemented Johnson's propulsive, jerky stage manner, while the guitarist's staccato style dominated the group's idiosyncratic brand of angular rhythm and blues. Their debut album, Down By The Jetty, was released in 1974, but despite critical approbation, it was not until the following year that the quartet secured due commercial success with Stupidity. Recorded live in concert, this raw, compulsive set topped the UK charts and the group's status seemed assured. However, internal friction led to Johnson's departure during sessions for a projected fourth album and although his replacement, John 'Gypie' Mayo, was an accomplished guitarist, he lacked the striking visual image of his predecessor. Dr. Feelgood then embarked on a more mainstream direction which was only intermittently successful. 'Milk And Alcohol' (1978) gave them their sole UK Top 10 hit. After the punk explosion their raw, jerky sound and clean-cut image provided inspiration to the post-punk generation (John Lydon being a big fan).
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Genres:
Rock, Blues, Rhythm
Band Members:
Phil Mitchell, Robert Kane, Kevin Morris, Steve Walwyn

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Dr. Feelgood to play in your city
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Concerts and tour dates

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Live Photos of Dr. Feelgood

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Dr. Feelgood's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

George
November 27th 2023
Awesome
Glasgow, United Kingdom@
Oran Mor
Timothy
March 5th 2023
Exceptional performers 👌
Southampton, United Kingdom@
The Joiners
Penny
March 4th 2023
Very enjoyable
Hitchin, United Kingdom@
CLUB 85
View More Fan Reviews

About Dr. Feelgood

Dr. Feelgood formed in 1971. The classic line-up included Lee Brilleaux (b. 1953, d. 7 April 1994; vocals/harmonica), Wilko Johnson (b. John Wilkinson, 1947; guitar), John B. Sparks (b. 1953; bass) and John 'The Big Figure' Martin. Initially based in Canvey Island, Essex, on the Thames estuary, Dr. Feelgood broke into the London circuit in 1974. Brilleaux's menacing personality complemented Johnson's propulsive, jerky stage manner, while the guitarist's staccato style dominated the group's idiosyncratic brand of angular rhythm and blues. Their debut album, Down By The Jetty, was released in 1974, but despite critical approbation, it was not until the following year that the quartet secured due commercial success with Stupidity. Recorded live in concert, this raw, compulsive set topped the UK charts and the group's status seemed assured. However, internal friction led to Johnson's departure during sessions for a projected fourth album and although his replacement, John 'Gypie' Mayo, was an accomplished guitarist, he lacked the striking visual image of his predecessor. Dr. Feelgood then embarked on a more mainstream direction which was only intermittently successful. 'Milk And Alcohol' (1978) gave them their sole UK Top 10 hit. After the punk explosion their raw, jerky sound and clean-cut image provided inspiration to the post-punk generation (John Lydon being a big fan).
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Blues, Rhythm
Band Members:
Phil Mitchell, Robert Kane, Kevin Morris, Steve Walwyn

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