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Shelley, Pete

LC control no.n 94110357
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML420.S5363 Biography
Personal name headingShelley, Pete
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Variant(s)Shelley, Peter, 1955-2018
McNeish, Peter Campbell, 1955-2018
See alsoCorporate body: Buzzcocks (Musical group)
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Birth date1955-04-17
Death date2018-12-06
Field of activityPunk rock music
Profession or occupationPunk rock musicians
Special noteDo not confuse with: Shelley, Peter, 1943-
Found inSome kind of wonderful, p1987: label (Pete Shelley)
Allmusic, via WWW, Sept. 26, 2011: (Pete Shelley; leader of punk band The Buzzcocks; b. Peter McNeish [no usage], Apr. 17, 1955; hit solo single: Homosapien)
Ever fallen in love (with someone you shouldn't've), 1987: title page (Peter Shelley)
Guardian WWW site, viewed Dec. 7, 2018 (Pete Shelley (Peter Campbell McNeish), musician, singer and songwriter, born 17 April 1955; died 6 December 2018; born Peter McNeish in Leigh, Lancashire; Pete Shelley and his band Buzzcocks became indelibly linked to the UK's punk movement when they played their first gig supporting the Sex Pistols at the Lesser Free Trade Hall in Manchester in July 1976, but they never conformed to any of punk's cliches about rage, anarchy and rebellion)
Associated languageeng