Chameleons Vox Tickets

Chameleons THE 40th ANNIVERSARY, HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS 2021, NOSTALGIA - 81:21 - PART ONE Plus Very Special Guests THEATRE OF HATE O2 Manchester Ritz, Manchester

Friday 17th December 2021 Doors at 18:00

Chameleons THE 40th ANNIVERSARY, HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS 2021, NOSTALGIA - 81:21 - PART TWO Plus Very Special Guests Ist Ist O2 Manchester Ritz, Manchester

Saturday 18th December 2021 Doors at 18:00
Chameleons Vox Fan Reviews (2) 5.0
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Chameleons Vox, O2 Manchester Ritz, Manchester - 14th December 2019

Brilliant again from the support band The Icicle Works who have always wanted to see C and the chameleons where in fine form

Posted anonymously on 15/12/2019

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Chameleons Vox, Academy 2, Manchester - 16th December 2017

Listened to this band since I was fifteen and even today their lyrics are so relevant to modern times/emotions. Such an amazing band, they should be up there with the Smiths and Oasis as one of the best from Manchester!

Posted by BERNIE SMITH on 17/12/2017

Performances of Chameleons Vox are becoming ever more rare since they declared they would no longer be touring extensively. Make sure you get your tickets to see this seminal post punk band.

Their current incarnation includes drummer Yves Altana, guitarists Neil Dwerryhouse, Chris Oliver and Roger Lavallee with Mark Burgess providing vocals and bass.

See them make performances at Manchester Academy 2 and Islington Assembly Hall in London during December of 2018.

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Chameleons Vox sees Burgess continue his work from The Chameleons. Formed in Middleton during 1981, The Chameleons would perform several sessions for legendary radio DJ John Peel which would see them sign to the major label Epic Records for the single In Shreds.

The band’s debut album Script Of The Bridge was released in 1983 by the label Statik. The band setup a mic and added random samples of television to the album which also included the singles Up The Down Escalator, Don’t Fall, As High As You Can Go and A Person Isn’t Safe Anywhere These Days. Their second album, What Does Anything Mean? Basically was also released through Statik in 1985.

They reached a high with the third album Strange Times. Coming out in 1986 through major label Geffen, the record was hailed by the music press for its innovation.

The Chameleons would split following the sudden death of their manager and mentor Tony Fletcher in 1990, only reuniting in 2000. The reunion would be brief, only lasting three years, but saw a flurry of creativity and the release of the three albums Strip, Why Call It Anything and This Never Ending Now.

Burgess began to play their back catalogue under the name Chameleons Vox from 2009 onwards.

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