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Timeline of punk rock

This is a timeline of punk rock, from its beginnings in the early 1960s to the present time. Bands or albums listed before 1974 are of diverse genres and are retrospectively called "protopunk". Over the years 1974 and 1975, the scene emerged that developed into punk, and it had acquired this name by the start of 1976.

Contents

  • Protopunk 1
    • 1960s 1.1
      • 1960 1.1.1
      • 1962 1.1.2
      • 1963 1.1.3
      • 1964 1.1.4
      • 1965 1.1.5
      • 1966 1.1.6
      • 1967 1.1.7
      • 1968 1.1.8
      • 1969 1.1.9
    • 1970s 1.2
      • 1970 1.2.1
  • Early punk 2
    • 1971 2.1
    • 1972 2.2
    • 1973 2.3
    • 1974 2.4
    • 1975 2.5
  • Punk rock 3
    • 1976 3.1
    • 1977 3.2
    • 1978 3.3
    • 1979 3.4
    • 1980s 3.5
      • 1980 3.5.1
      • 1981 3.5.2
      • 1982 3.5.3
      • 1983 3.5.4
      • 1984 3.5.5
      • 1985 3.5.6
      • 1986 3.5.7
      • 1987 3.5.8
      • 1988 3.5.9
      • 1989 3.5.10
    • 1990s 3.6
      • 1990 3.6.1
      • 1991 3.6.2
      • 1992 3.6.3
      • 1993 3.6.4
      • 1994 3.6.5
      • 1995 3.6.6
      • 1996 3.6.7
      • 1997 3.6.8
      • 1998 3.6.9
      • 1999 3.6.10
    • 2000s 3.7
      • 2000 3.7.1
      • 2001 3.7.2
      • 2002 3.7.3
      • 2003 3.7.4
      • 2004 3.7.5
      • 2005 3.7.6
      • 2006 3.7.7
      • 2007 3.7.8
      • 2008 3.7.9
      • 2009 3.7.10
    • 2010s 3.8
      • 2010 3.8.1
      • 2011 3.8.2
      • 2012 3.8.3
      • 2013 3.8.4
      • 2014 3.8.5
      • 2015 3.8.6
  • References 4

Protopunk

1960s

1960

1962

1963

1964

  • Albums

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970s

Mount Lehman Grease Band 
Notorious Smorg Brothers
Young Canadians

1970

Early punk

1971

1972

1973

1974

  • Events

1975

Punk rock

1976

  • Events
    • Ramones first non-US appearance supporting Flamin' Groovies. Considered as a galvanizing event for UK punk scene.
    • Sniffin' Glue, Mark Perry's punk fanzine published. Perry soon formed band, Alternative TV.
    • Stiff Records is created in London signing almost exclusively punk and punk-inspired musicians.
    • Sex Pistols, Damned, and The Clash begin Anarchy Tour. Most of the previously booked gigs refuse to let the bands play.
    • Malcolm McLaren ran a two-day punk festival. London shows included: Siouxsie & the Banshees, Clash, Sex Pistols, Vibrators, The Damned, and Buzzcocks.
    • Sex Pistols, members of Bromley Contingent (including Banshees Siouxsie Sioux, Steve Severin) appear live on ITV. Host Bill Grundy hits on Sioux, band unleashes a torrent of curse words.
    • Daily Mirror runs headline "The Filth And The Fury!". A reaction to previous nights live ITV interview with Sex Pistols, Bromley Contingent.
    • Andy Czezowski booked 3 Roxy gigs. 14th December, Generation X. 15th, Heartbreakers. 21st, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Generation X.

1977

1978

  • Events
    • SST Records is established. Black Flag, Greg Ginn (guitarist/founder) creative outlet to release his band's music.
    • Sex Pistols' disastrous January US tour ends. Johnny Rotten walks off stage at Winterland in San Francisco, famously uttering "Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?"
    • Colin Brunton, The Last Pogo. Filmed in Toronto featuring local and nationals, such as The Scenics, Cardboard Brains, The Secrets, The Mods, The Ugly, The Viletones, and Teenage Head. The show ends in a riot, signaling the original first-wave end.
    • Sid Vicious (Sex Pistols) is charged with murder and the stabbing death of then girlfriend Nancy Spungen, found the morning of 12 October 1978 at New York's Hotel Chelsea.
    • The Boomtown Rats attain the first official UK number one single by a punk/new wave band.
    • Rough Trade Records (music store originally opened in London 1976) becomes a working record label and signs almost exclusively punk inspired bands.
    • Derek Jarman (Film director) releases Jubilee, cult punk-themed film, featuring Adam Ant, Toyah Willcox, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and Jordan.
    • Blondie achieve worldwide success with, Parallel Lines, mixing styles of 1960s vocal pop, garage and punk rock energy. Debbie Harry becomes an icon for younger generations.

1979

1980s

1980

1981

1982

1983

  • Reformed bands

1984

1985

  • Events
    • D. Boon of Minutemen dies in a car accident
    • Revolution Summer

1986

1987

1988

  • Events

1989

1990s

1990

1991

1992

1993

  • Events
    • Bad Brains released their first album without the original line-up.
    • Buzzcocks reform.
    • GG Allin dies of accidental heroin overdose.
    • The Gits, Mia Zapata is found raped and murdered.
    • Reagan Youth lead singer Dave Insurgent commits suicide.

1994

  • Disbandments

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

  • Disbandments
    • Choking Victim

2000s

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010s

2010

2011

5 seconds of summer

2012

2013

2014

2015

References

  1. ^ Martin C. Strong; Strong, M. C.; Peel, John (2002). The Great Rock Discography (Great Rock Discography (Paperback)). Edinburgh: Canongate Pub.  
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