The Dead 60s has over 234097 followers across LastFM, YouTube Music and Songkick. Currently we track 3 digital music and social platforms for The Dead 60s. When AVR-Music Stats last calculated the current growth of The Dead 60s's social media following, it was roughly 105 followers per day. We collect data on 10,000’s of rappers, singers, musicians, producers, bands & DJs from around the world across multiple genres including edm, rock, hip hop, grime, pop, jazz, folk and many more. Found something missing? You can add data for The Dead 60s here.
The Dead 60s's Music Bio
The Dead 60s formed in Liverpool, United Kingdom in 2003, they comprised of Matt McManamon (Vocals, Guitar), Ben Gordon (Guitar, Organ), Charlie Turner (Bass Guitar), Bryan Johnson (Drums). Named after the saying 'Dead 60s sounding' from Liverpool. Their name was a two fingers up to the usual happy pop tunes that originate there.
Their sound was an eclectic mixture of punk rock, large meoldies and reggae bass lines. They had been compared with The Clash and The Specials, with influences also including King Tubby. Read more on Last.fm
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