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Level 42 Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Level 42 Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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• 17 Upcoming Shows
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Fan Reviews

Nathan
November 6th 2023
Been a fan of Level 42 since the early 80's and have always leaned toward the older stuff. However, the feel good factor of the later songs certainly made me forget that. An amazing performance in every regard, with everyone on their feet! They certainly 'still have it' and I look forward to seeing them again... ASAP!
London, United Kingdom@
Eventim Apollo
Chris
October 29th 2023
First time seeing Level 42 live and they didn’t disappoint. Played all the big hits and some lesser known as well.
Oxford, United Kingdom@
New Theatre Oxford
Barrie
October 28th 2023
If anything could have had a few more of their well known hits
Bath, United Kingdom@
The Forum
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About Level 42

Internationally popular Brit-funk quartet best known in the UK for their hits 'Lessons in Love', 'Something About You' and 'The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up)'. Level 42 started life on the Isle Of Wight, Though their membership has fluctuated throughout the years, the original and perhaps best-known lineup consisted of Mark "Thunderthumbs" King (vocals & bass), Mike Lindup (vocals & keyboards) and brothers Boon Gould (guitar) and Phil Gould (drums). After the success of the Running In The Family album, Phil & Boon left the band, citing musical differences & nervous exhaustion as their respective reasons. They were replaced by Gary Husband on drums and former Go West & Kate Bush guitarist, Alan Murphy.

At the end of the 80s, Mark King was recognized as one of the best bass players in the world having pioneered the 'slap and pull' technique, treating the bass as a percussion instrument. His style and virtuosity still are hugely influential, considering he also sang while he played very difficult basslines.

King and Lindup continued under the Level 42 name, picking up new musicians along the way (including Gary Husband and the late Alan Murphy, who passed away after suffering from an AIDS related illness in October 1989) from the late 1980s through to 1994, when Forever Now became their last commercially-released album.

King continued to perform with an new lineup under the Level 42 name until recently. He and Lindup again joined forces in the autumn of 2006 to release their first album in over a decade called Retroglide.
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Genres:
Pop, 80s, Decades

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Live Photos of Level 42

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Level 42'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

Nathan
November 6th 2023
Been a fan of Level 42 since the early 80's and have always leaned toward the older stuff. However, the feel good factor of the later songs certainly made me forget that. An amazing performance in every regard, with everyone on their feet! They certainly 'still have it' and I look forward to seeing them again... ASAP!
London, United Kingdom@
Eventim Apollo
Chris
October 29th 2023
First time seeing Level 42 live and they didn’t disappoint. Played all the big hits and some lesser known as well.
Oxford, United Kingdom@
New Theatre Oxford
Barrie
October 28th 2023
If anything could have had a few more of their well known hits
Bath, United Kingdom@
The Forum
View More Fan Reviews

About Level 42

Internationally popular Brit-funk quartet best known in the UK for their hits 'Lessons in Love', 'Something About You' and 'The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up)'. Level 42 started life on the Isle Of Wight, Though their membership has fluctuated throughout the years, the original and perhaps best-known lineup consisted of Mark "Thunderthumbs" King (vocals & bass), Mike Lindup (vocals & keyboards) and brothers Boon Gould (guitar) and Phil Gould (drums). After the success of the Running In The Family album, Phil & Boon left the band, citing musical differences & nervous exhaustion as their respective reasons. They were replaced by Gary Husband on drums and former Go West & Kate Bush guitarist, Alan Murphy.

At the end of the 80s, Mark King was recognized as one of the best bass players in the world having pioneered the 'slap and pull' technique, treating the bass as a percussion instrument. His style and virtuosity still are hugely influential, considering he also sang while he played very difficult basslines.

King and Lindup continued under the Level 42 name, picking up new musicians along the way (including Gary Husband and the late Alan Murphy, who passed away after suffering from an AIDS related illness in October 1989) from the late 1980s through to 1994, when Forever Now became their last commercially-released album.

King continued to perform with an new lineup under the Level 42 name until recently. He and Lindup again joined forces in the autumn of 2006 to release their first album in over a decade called Retroglide.
Show More
Genres:
Pop, 80s, Decades

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