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Neil
December 17th 2023
Excellent energetic live performance but they always do provide.
Birmingham, United Kingdom@
O2 Academy Birmingham
Peter
December 9th 2023
Excellent as always well worth leaving the EVil DEAD MONASTERY Connemara Galway.
Manchester, United Kingdom@
O2 Ritz Manchester
Michael
November 16th 2023
Friendly helpful staff. Great position of venue High Ticket price Sound wasn’t great. Possibly because of the low ceiling and aluminium ventilation system
Leeds, United Kingdom@
The Old Woollen
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About The Wonder Stuff

The Wonder Stuff are a band originally based in Stourbridge, in the Black Country, West Midlands, UK.

The original line-up was Miles Hunt (whose uncle Bill Hunt was keyboard player with Wizzard), Malcolm Treece, Rob "The Bass Thing" Jones (d. 1993) and Martin Gilks (d. 2006). The group originated from an earlier collaboration with group members of Pop Will Eat Itself (aka PWEI), called From Eden, which had Miles Hunt on the drums.

In 1990, Martin Bell (aka, Fiddlie), an accomplished fiddle and banjo instrumentalist, joined the band and Paul Clifford replaced Rob Jones on the bass.

The band initially split on July 14, 1994 at the Phoenix Festival near Stratford-on-Avon, with Miles Hunt forming Vent 414 and Malc Treece, Martin Gilks and Paul Clifford teaming up with ex-Eat frontman, Ange Dolittle, to form We Know Where You Live.

Following the split of Vent 414, Miles Hunt took to touring an acoustic solo show performing old favourites and new material. During this period, he toured and released an album under banner of The Miles Hunt Club, featuring Stuart Quinnel and Andres Karu (who would later featuring in subsequent line-ups of The Wonder Stuff) as well as Michael Ferentino fom the Amazing Meet Project.

The band later reformed for a few live tours from 2000 onwards including a sell out 5 night residency at The Forum, London. For this incarnation, Stuart Quinnel took over on bass from Paul Clifford.

Their first new album for over a decade, Escape From Rubbish Island, was released in September 2004. The line-up for this album was Hunt and Treece plus Andres Karu and Mark McCarthy (formally of Radical Dance Faction).

This line-up (plus Erica Nockalls on violin) continued into 2006 with the release of their new album Suspended By Stars.
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Genres:
Alternative, Indie

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Fan Reviews

Neil
December 17th 2023
Excellent energetic live performance but they always do provide.
Birmingham, United Kingdom@
O2 Academy Birmingham
Peter
December 9th 2023
Excellent as always well worth leaving the EVil DEAD MONASTERY Connemara Galway.
Manchester, United Kingdom@
O2 Ritz Manchester
Michael
November 16th 2023
Friendly helpful staff. Great position of venue High Ticket price Sound wasn’t great. Possibly because of the low ceiling and aluminium ventilation system
Leeds, United Kingdom@
The Old Woollen
View More Fan Reviews

About The Wonder Stuff

The Wonder Stuff are a band originally based in Stourbridge, in the Black Country, West Midlands, UK.

The original line-up was Miles Hunt (whose uncle Bill Hunt was keyboard player with Wizzard), Malcolm Treece, Rob "The Bass Thing" Jones (d. 1993) and Martin Gilks (d. 2006). The group originated from an earlier collaboration with group members of Pop Will Eat Itself (aka PWEI), called From Eden, which had Miles Hunt on the drums.

In 1990, Martin Bell (aka, Fiddlie), an accomplished fiddle and banjo instrumentalist, joined the band and Paul Clifford replaced Rob Jones on the bass.

The band initially split on July 14, 1994 at the Phoenix Festival near Stratford-on-Avon, with Miles Hunt forming Vent 414 and Malc Treece, Martin Gilks and Paul Clifford teaming up with ex-Eat frontman, Ange Dolittle, to form We Know Where You Live.

Following the split of Vent 414, Miles Hunt took to touring an acoustic solo show performing old favourites and new material. During this period, he toured and released an album under banner of The Miles Hunt Club, featuring Stuart Quinnel and Andres Karu (who would later featuring in subsequent line-ups of The Wonder Stuff) as well as Michael Ferentino fom the Amazing Meet Project.

The band later reformed for a few live tours from 2000 onwards including a sell out 5 night residency at The Forum, London. For this incarnation, Stuart Quinnel took over on bass from Paul Clifford.

Their first new album for over a decade, Escape From Rubbish Island, was released in September 2004. The line-up for this album was Hunt and Treece plus Andres Karu and Mark McCarthy (formally of Radical Dance Faction).

This line-up (plus Erica Nockalls on violin) continued into 2006 with the release of their new album Suspended By Stars.
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Indie

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