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The Damned

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About The Damned
Genres:
Punk
Band Members:
Captain Sensible - Guitar, Monty Oxy Moron - Keyboard, Pinch - Drums, Paul Gray - Bass, David Vanian - Vocals, Current Members:
Hometown:
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The Damned formed in 1976, and played their first gig supporting The Sex Pistols at the 100 Club. They were the first of the London punk bands to release a single, 'New ...
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We’re not best pleased to have to postpone our tour dates in May due to the accursed Coronavirus. We do hope though that everyone is keeping safe and we look forward to seeing y’all on the other side at rescheduled shows in Sep/Oct.

Now THAT’S something to look forward to, eh!
Posted by The Damned
8 months ago
We’re not best pleased to have to postpone our tour dates in May due to the accursed Coronavirus. We do hope though that everyone is keeping safe and we look forward to seeing y’all on the other side at rescheduled shows in Sep/Oct.

Now THAT’S something to look forward to, eh!
Posted by The Damned
8 months ago
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Fan Reviews
This was my first time seeing The Damned. I didn't know their music. I enjoyed the show and I would see them again.
The damned were great! I saw the casualties in the crowd. It was weird seeing a punk band in a place that had seats. The food was overpriced and the seats seemed to restrict movement so it was pretty tame. It’s best to see them at a festival or a bar venue.
It was an incredible night, one I will never forget, the whole band are very talented and insanely nice people!! Tha damned are better than the sex pistols ever were 🤟🤟
May 23rd 2019
Unfrocking believable- seeing the Damned in such close intimate setting phenomenal -it reminded me when they played Fenders Ballroom, Long Beach Ca back in the eighties, but only better....
October 21st 2018
They never disappoint. Dave is the greatest punk singer, and I’ll fight anyone who disagrees. It was also cool to see Ian MacKaye there watching on the side.
Sid
Houston, TX@
House of Blues Houston
March 20th 2017
Dave Vanian is completely underrated as one of the greatest frontmen and vocalists in Rock and Roll. The Damned plowed through over 20 songs; most from their early Punk albums with a splash of 80s pop and soundtrack hits and some of their well known satirical covers. Captain Sensible with a broken rib from a stage fall a few weeks ago; one upped Axl and Grohl by playing seated on a crusty toilet throne with the tank converted to a beer cooler. At 64, he still played with rigor and abandon, occasionally riffing ten seconds of everything from Pearl Jam to Billy Joel during intros. He had one false start, replaying New Rose when they were playing neat neat neat. No clue how he's doing back to back shows without rest. Oxymoron was the court jester - hippy hype man - cheering the crowd to sing along and dance. These guys have been together almost twenty years, 40 for Vanian and Sensible, and tonight wasn't even close to a punk rock show; or a greatest hits review. It was five individuals putting together a solid musical performance of Rock and Roll and radio standards. Two three song encores - and they could have gone all night. Gosh have they evolved.
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About The Damned
Genres:
Punk
Band Members:
Captain Sensible - Guitar, Monty Oxy Moron - Keyboard, Pinch - Drums, Paul Gray - Bass, David Vanian - Vocals, Current Members:
Hometown:
,

The Damned formed in 1976, and played their first gig supporting The Sex Pistols at the 100 Club. They were the first of the London punk bands to release a single, 'New ...
Read More