Stereophonics

On tour: Yes

The Stereophonics are an indie and alternative rock band from Wales, founded in 1992 by three childhood friends. Read more about the Stereophonics.
In summer and autumn 2018, the Wallisian musicians will be on tour again in the UK, Canada and the USA. Buy your tickets here conveniently online and on the go.

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Upcoming events

Saturday 06 July 2019, 17:00

Stereophonics - Lytham Festival 2019 - Thursday

with Stereophonics

Venue Dublin, Ireland, Trinity College Park
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Saturday 06 July 2019, 19:00

Stereophonics

with Stereophonics, Tom Grennan

Venue Dublin, Ireland, Trinity College
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Friday 12 July 2019, 12:00

Kylie Minogue - Lytham Festival 2019 - Friday

with Kylie Minogue, Lytham Proms, Michael Ball, Rod Stewart, Sheridan Smith, Stereophonics

Venue Lancashire, United Kingdom, Lytham Green
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Saturday 13 July 2019, 15:30

Stereophonics

Venue Sketty, United Kingdom, Singleton Park
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Sunday 14 July 2019, 17:00

Lytham Festival

with Kylie, Michael Ball, Rod Stewart, Sheridan Smith, Stereophonics, The Human League

Venue Lytham, United Kingdom, The Proms Arena
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About Stereophonics:

 

In 1992, the friends Kelly Jones, Richard Jones and Stuart Cable founded the band Tragic Love Company in the village of Cwmaman in South Wales, with which they mainly performed cover songs.
Later, inspired by the gramophone of Stuart Cables' grandmother, they renamed themselves Stereophonics.
In 1996 they were signed on the new label V2 and released their first album "Word Gets Around". Early on, they already celebrated their first success with their gloomy guitar pop and in 1998 they received the Brit Award in London in the category Best New Band.
The following five albums all reached number one in the British album charts, making the Stereophonics one of the UK's most successful bands.
After the release of the album "You Gotta Go There To Come Back" in 2003, the drummer Stuart Cable left the band due to internal conflicts with the other members and was first replaced by Steve Gorman and then by Javier Weyler. For the following tour, the Stereophonics got the guitarist Adam Zindani on board.
On June 7, 2010, former drummer Stuart Cable was found dead in his home in Llwydcoed at the young age of 40. The band, deeply hit, eventually decided to continue their music to the joy of their fans. In 2012, Javier Weyler finally left the band. Their new drummer was Jamie Morrison.
In 2017, the tenth studio album "Scream Above The Sounds" was released.
Enjoy Stereophonics' greatest hits: