Alle concerten van of festivals met Supersuckers


Totaal aantal bezochte concerten en/of festivaldagen met Supersuckers: 1

DatumMediaActBandsLocatieGezelschap
15-10-2019Video's van Airbourne op 15-10-2019 in Melkweg - The MaxAirbourne setlistSupersuckers setlistMelkweg - The MaxThois
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Geplande optredens van Supersuckers


DatumLocatiePlaats en land
vr 3 februari 2023Four Quarter BarNorth Little Rock, United States
za 4 februari 2023The Hi-Tone CafeMemphis, United States
zo 5 februari 2023Eastside BowlNashville, United States
di 7 februari 2023The Southgate House RevivalNewport, United States
wo 8 februari 2023Cherry Street TavernChattanooga, United States
do 9 februari 2023Tribble's BarPiedmont, United States
vr 10 februari 2023Neighborhood TheatreCharlotte, United States
za 11 februari 2023Reggie's 42nd Street TavernWilmington, United States
di 14 februari 2023Royal AmericanCharleston, United States
wo 15 februari 2023Jack Rabbits LiveJacksonville, United States
do 16 februari 2023Will's PubOrlando, United States
vr 17 februari 2023Iron Oak PostMelbourne, United States
za 18 februari 2023Hooch and HiveTampa, United States
zo 19 februari 2023Respectable StreetWest Palm Beach, United States
di 21 februari 2023Outlaw Country Cruise 2023Andover, United States
vr 10 maart 2023Crown & Anchor HotelAdelaide, Australia
za 11 maart 2023Cherry BarMelbourne, Australia
do 16 maart 2023Crowbar SydneyLeichhardt, Australia
vr 17 maart 2023Vinnies DiveSouthport, Australia
za 18 maart 2023The ZooFortitude Valley Qld, Australia

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Biography van Supersuckers

The Supersuckers are an American garage punk band. They are the self-proclaimed "Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World." Following the relative success of their 1997 foray into country music with the release of Must've Been High, they have also been known to play country shows under various names, including, of course, The Supersuckers. As of April 2005, the members are Eddie Spaghetti on bass and lead vocals along with Rontrose Heathman and Dan "Thunder" Bolton on guitars. Drummer and original member Dancing Eagle recently parted ways with the band while guitarist Dan "Thunder" Bolton is on temporary hiatus. But now he is back after taking a long needed break from the road. Dusty from Agent Orange handled drums for a bit, but the new, permanent drummer is Scott Churrilla from The Reverend Horton Heat. The Supersuckers formed in 1988 as The Black Supersuckers in Tucson, AZ. The original line-up was Eddie Spaghetti on bass, Dan "Thunder" Bolton and Rontrose Heathman on guitars, Dancing Eagle on drums, and Eric Martin as the lead singer. In 1989, they moved to Seattle, WA. Here, Eric Martin left the band. The remaining members decided to continue as a four piece with Eddie Spaghetti taking over the vocalist role. They recorded numerous singles for various small labels before being signed to Sub Pop. A sampling of these are collected on the 1992 release The Songs All Sound the Same. Their first album with Sub Pop, The Smoke of Hell, was released in 1992. In 1995, guitarist Rontrose Heathman temporarily left the band. He was replaced by Rick Sims of the band Didjits for the recording of their third album, The Sacrilicious Sounds of the Supersuckers, and the subsequent tour. He returned for the recording of their fourth album, Must've Been High, which, as their first country album, was a major turning point for the band. Their fifth and final album with Sub Pop was their greatest hits release, 1999's How the Supersuckers Became the Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World. That same year they released their fifth studio album, The Evil Powers of Rock 'N' Roll. In 2001, the band formed their own record label, Mid-Fi Recordings. In addition to numerous singles and several live recordings, the band released their sixth studio album, Motherfuckers Be Trippin' on this label. In May of 2005, they released the singles collection Devil's Food. The Supersuckers latest release is a 2006 EP called Paid. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.