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DESCENDENTS Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Official Merchandise - Milo Outline T...
$19.99
Somery
$53.90
Classic Milo - Official Merchandise P...
$36.59
Everything Sucks
$23.98
Official Merchandise - Classic Milo T...
$19.99
I Don't Want to Grow Up
$47.99
Everything Sucks - OFFICIAL MERCH T-S...
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Hypercaffium Spazzinate
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DESCENDENTS's tour

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DESCENDENTS at Indianapolis, IN in Old National Centre 2023
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Fan Reviews

Troy
June 20th 2023
Descendents absolutely destroyed The Roxian. Milo was amazing on the mic. Crowd was into it 15 seconds into “Everything Sux”. Best concert of the year!!! \m/ \m/
McKees Rocks, PA@
Roxian Theatre
Jared
November 26th 2022
Bill and the gang ripped! They sounded so beyond great! As always. It was cool to catch up with my cousin Bill and my brothers in the tour bus after the show. Great memories.
Pomona, CA@
The Glass House
September 16th 2022
The Descendents' show at the Admiral in Omaha was great. It started on time with Cliffdiver, about 20 minutes to switch to Surfbort, and 20 after Surbort before the Descendents started. I was unfamiliar with Cliffdiver's material. They weren't unpleasant, but in the end I would not seek out further performances. Similarly unfamiliar with Surfbort; interesting enough that I would try to see them if they performed near me. I am very familiar with Descendents' material. They performed very well. I will continue to seek out their performances. The Admiral was clean, pleasant, appropriate temperature, adequate ventilation. The performance volume was appropriate. Did not cause me any trouble, but the mosh pit/circle slamming took up too much floor space and reduced ones ability to focus on the performers.
Omaha, NE@
The Admiral Theater
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About DESCENDENTS

Formed in L.A.’s South Bay in 1978, Descendents began as a power trio featuring bassist Tony Lombardo, drummer Bill Stevenson, and guitarist Frank Navetta (d. 2008). The band recruited vocalist Milo Aukerman in 1980 and began establishing themselves as major players in the Southern California Punk movement. Over the years, the band has sustained a potent chemistry and shared vision, further cementing them as punk legends.

In 2002, the original four-piece lineup — Frank Navetta, Tony Lombardo, Bill Stevenson, and Milo Aukerman — got back into the studio to finally record their first-ever songs. The songs were written by the band from 1977 through 1980, before recording the Fat EP (1981) and the Milo Goes to College LP (1982). Put simply, this is the Descendents’ earliest material, representing a “lost” pre-MGTC album. Most of these songs have not been heard—until now.

Every element of Descendents’ genre-creating sound is here: Stevenson’s hyper-caffeinated surf-beats, Lombardo’s intrepid bass, Navetta’s crunching attack, Aukerman’s impassioned, infinitely relatable singing—and all those great melodies and harmonies. There are classic punk rave-ups (“Sailor’s Choice,” “I’m Shaky”), antisocial bursts (“You Make Me Sick”), and the kinds of poppier gems the band would, very soon, put on the map (“Mohicans,” “Nightage”).

“9th & Walnut is where our first practice room was, in Frank’s sister’s garage,” Stevenson recalls. “His brother and sister lived there, and “The Pagan Babies”, Frank’s band with his brothers, played there too. Some of these songs were written when Frank was only 14 years old.” When the band reconvened to record them, it was just like the earliest days: “We just fell right into our old mode. It was so natural.”

Also included are freshly recorded versions of the MGTC outtake “Like the Way I Know,” Descendents’ debut tracks “Ride the Wild” and ”It’s a Hectic World” (heard here for the first time with vocals by Milo), and the Dave Clark Five’s “Glad All Over”—given the full Descendents treatment.
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Genres:
Punk, Chainsaw Pop, Nerdcore
Band Members:
Karl Alvarez - Bass, Frank Navetta - Guitar, Stephen Egerton - Guitar, Tony Lombardo - Bass, Milo Aukerman - Vocals, Doug Carrion - Bass, Ray Cooper - Guitar, Bill Stevenson - Drums
Hometown:
Hermosa Beach, California

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past
Concerts Near You

Live Photos of DESCENDENTS

DESCENDENTS at Indianapolis, IN in Old National Centre 2023
View All Photos

DESCENDENTS merchamazonview store

Official Merchandise - Milo Outline T...
$19.99
Somery
$53.90
Classic Milo - Official Merchandise P...
$36.59
Everything Sucks
$23.98
Official Merchandise - Classic Milo T...
$19.99
I Don't Want to Grow Up
$47.99
Everything Sucks - OFFICIAL MERCH T-S...
$19.99
Hypercaffium Spazzinate
$17.11
Mens Spazzhazard T-Shirt
$24.99
All
$38.75
View All
DESCENDENTS's tour

Fan Reviews

Troy
June 20th 2023
Descendents absolutely destroyed The Roxian. Milo was amazing on the mic. Crowd was into it 15 seconds into “Everything Sux”. Best concert of the year!!! \m/ \m/
McKees Rocks, PA@
Roxian Theatre
Jared
November 26th 2022
Bill and the gang ripped! They sounded so beyond great! As always. It was cool to catch up with my cousin Bill and my brothers in the tour bus after the show. Great memories.
Pomona, CA@
The Glass House
September 16th 2022
The Descendents' show at the Admiral in Omaha was great. It started on time with Cliffdiver, about 20 minutes to switch to Surfbort, and 20 after Surbort before the Descendents started. I was unfamiliar with Cliffdiver's material. They weren't unpleasant, but in the end I would not seek out further performances. Similarly unfamiliar with Surfbort; interesting enough that I would try to see them if they performed near me. I am very familiar with Descendents' material. They performed very well. I will continue to seek out their performances. The Admiral was clean, pleasant, appropriate temperature, adequate ventilation. The performance volume was appropriate. Did not cause me any trouble, but the mosh pit/circle slamming took up too much floor space and reduced ones ability to focus on the performers.
Omaha, NE@
The Admiral Theater
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About DESCENDENTS

Formed in L.A.’s South Bay in 1978, Descendents began as a power trio featuring bassist Tony Lombardo, drummer Bill Stevenson, and guitarist Frank Navetta (d. 2008). The band recruited vocalist Milo Aukerman in 1980 and began establishing themselves as major players in the Southern California Punk movement. Over the years, the band has sustained a potent chemistry and shared vision, further cementing them as punk legends.

In 2002, the original four-piece lineup — Frank Navetta, Tony Lombardo, Bill Stevenson, and Milo Aukerman — got back into the studio to finally record their first-ever songs. The songs were written by the band from 1977 through 1980, before recording the Fat EP (1981) and the Milo Goes to College LP (1982). Put simply, this is the Descendents’ earliest material, representing a “lost” pre-MGTC album. Most of these songs have not been heard—until now.

Every element of Descendents’ genre-creating sound is here: Stevenson’s hyper-caffeinated surf-beats, Lombardo’s intrepid bass, Navetta’s crunching attack, Aukerman’s impassioned, infinitely relatable singing—and all those great melodies and harmonies. There are classic punk rave-ups (“Sailor’s Choice,” “I’m Shaky”), antisocial bursts (“You Make Me Sick”), and the kinds of poppier gems the band would, very soon, put on the map (“Mohicans,” “Nightage”).

“9th & Walnut is where our first practice room was, in Frank’s sister’s garage,” Stevenson recalls. “His brother and sister lived there, and “The Pagan Babies”, Frank’s band with his brothers, played there too. Some of these songs were written when Frank was only 14 years old.” When the band reconvened to record them, it was just like the earliest days: “We just fell right into our old mode. It was so natural.”

Also included are freshly recorded versions of the MGTC outtake “Like the Way I Know,” Descendents’ debut tracks “Ride the Wild” and ”It’s a Hectic World” (heard here for the first time with vocals by Milo), and the Dave Clark Five’s “Glad All Over”—given the full Descendents treatment.
Show More
Genres:
Punk, Chainsaw Pop, Nerdcore
Band Members:
Karl Alvarez - Bass, Frank Navetta - Guitar, Stephen Egerton - Guitar, Tony Lombardo - Bass, Milo Aukerman - Vocals, Doug Carrion - Bass, Ray Cooper - Guitar, Bill Stevenson - Drums
Hometown:
Hermosa Beach, California

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