Los Angeles Times reported "Buzzcocks co-founder Pete Shelley dies at 63" on Friday
 It did not elaborate on the details of Shelley's death but said that more information would be released later Their energy and intensity were worthy of punk, but they also had a melodic streak, with the song Everybody's Happy Nowadays sounding at times like a punk version of the Beach Boys Devoto left in 1977 and Shelley took over as lead singer On Thursday, the Buzzcocks confirmed "with great sadness" the death of Pete Shelley.
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Buzzcocks lead singer dies at 63 Media player Media playback is unsupported on your device Buzzcocks lead singer dies at 63 Pete Shelley performed the punk classic Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've), with the Buzzcocks He is thought to have died from a suspected heart attack at his home in Estonia on Thursday
Buzzcocks singer Pete Shelley dies from suspected heart attack aged 63 The lead singer of punk pioneers Buzzcocks has died at the age of 63 from a suspected heart attack Their reach was evident in the number of musicians paying tribute to the singer on social media I am totally shocked and saddened to just hear of the untimely death of Pete Shelley 'But after all life's only death's recompense.'
Buzzcocks singer Pete Shelley dies at 63 Their management told the BBC that Shelley died on Thursday in Estonia where he was living Skip Twitter post by @normanblake not been on here for a while, but I can't not mark the passing of Pete Shelley Shelley's alternately funny and anguished lyrics about adolescence and love were some of the best and smartest of his era
Buzzcocks singer-songwriter Pete Shelley dies The band had recently announced that it was set to release 40th anniversary re-issues of its first two albums, Another Music in a Different Kitchen and Love Bites, on Friday 25th January 2019 He worked with producers such as Martin Rushent and Stephen Hague to craf dance floor friendly synth pop