Sick On The Bus

Biography/History

UK National Flag Image

(Diskery - Artist Biography Accessible and Printable Version)
[Return to Standard View]
Sick On The Bus (1990-present): a Punk band from London, UK.
Sick On The Bus formed in late 1990 from the then disbanded Varukers with Biff on guitar, Brian on bass, Kev on drums and Doug on vocals. 8 weeks after getting together, the band did their first gig at the Vine in Newark with about 8 of their own songs and a few Damned and UK Subs covers to fill the set; in a cruel twist of fate, however, after only 4 songs they were told to tone down or get off. They did neither and 10 minutes later the landlady was in tears, the promoter was soaked in his own beer, the toilets were a foot deep in water, half the P.A. was in the band's van and the police were on the way!

Five studio albums later, 'The Bus was still rolling! By then the act had been seen around the world, even picking up tours with the likes of GBH and The Damned along the way featuring the line-up of: Biff(guitar/vocals), Tony-Rhythm (guitar), Brian-bass (guitar) and Skum (drums) to release Suck On Fuck Heads (1997), Punk Police (1999), Set Fire To Someone In Authority (2000), Go To Hell (2002) and If It Ain't Broke... Break It! (2011).


Dashboard for Sick On The Bus

Nation UK
City London
Promotional Address Unknown
Genre Punk
Formations 1
Web Unknown
Active Years 1990-
E-Mail Unknown
Last Modified 2022-11-25
Diskery ID 1409


Artists Linked With Sick On The Bus

G.B.H. The Damned UK Subs






© Diskery Project Consortium
www.diskery.com