US rockers Wheatus set for gig at Gloucester Guildhall
US pop-rock gods Wheatus bring their brand of angsty, rebellious pop-rock to Gloucester Guildhall next week as they continue their UK tour.
The New York natives were catapulted to worldwide fame back in 2000 with their cult anthem and most well-known hit, Teenage Dirtbag.
The track appeared on the soundtrack to the 2000 American romantic comedy film, Loser.
Their follow-up single, A Little Respect, also charted highly in the UK charts and became a global success with their eponymous debut album selling more than three million copies worldwide.
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With a career impressively spanning over a decade, Wheatus continue to write, record and tour extensively around the world and now release all of their material independently.
Their upcoming tour will accompany the release and promotion of their latest album The Valentine LP, which founding member Brendan B Brown claims is similar to their first two albums. Tickets for next Wednesday’s gig cost £12. Call 01452 503050.
n Tickets are sold out for Johnny Marr’s gig at the Guildhall tonight.
Those who have been lucky enough to get their hands on tickets can expect some classics from Johnny’s time with the Smiths – one of the legendary bands of all time.
He’s been been known to revisit classic track, How Soon Is Now? – and some of his recent solo work including single, New Town Velocity.