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USA Today reported "Pete Shelley, co-founder of punk band the Buzzcocks, dies at 63" on Friday

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Buzzcocks' Pete Shelley dead aged 63 Pete’s music has inspired generations of musicians over a career that spanned five decades and with his band and as a solo artist, he was held in the highest regard by the music industry and by his fans around the world Teenage Fanclub's Norman Blake took to Twitter to say Shelley's songs were important to me as a young man and they still are while many others from the music world paid their respects to Shelley on social media

Pete Shelley, Buzzcocks singer, dies at 63 It did not elaborate on the details of Shelley’s death but said that more information would be released later Shelley, whose real name was Peter Campbell McNeish, was born in the English town of Leigh in 1955 The band’s punk/new wave singles including Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)

Pete Shelley, lead singer of punk rock band Buzzcocks, dead at 63 Pete's music has inspired generations of musicians over a career that spanned five decades and with his band and as a solo artist, he was held in the highest regard by the music industry and by his fans around the world The Buzzcocks, with Steve Diggle (L), Pete Shelley, Steve Garvey and Danny Farrant (rear) perform at The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson at CBS Television City on July 24, 2006, in Los Angeles

Pete Shelley dead: Buzzcocks singer dies aged 63 The Buzzcocks’ official Twitter account also released a statement reading: It's with great sadness that we confirm the death of Pete Shelley, one of the UK's most influential and prolific songwriters and co-founder of the seminal original punk band Buzzcocks They continued: Pete's music has inspired generations of musicians over a career that spanned five decades and with his band and as a solo artist, he was held in the highest regard by the music industry and by his fans around the world

Pete Shelley, lead singer of Buzzcocks, dies at 63 Pete Shelley, lead singer of Buzzcocks, has died aged 63 of suspected heart attack, his bandmates have said December 6, 2018 Buzzcocks (@Buzzcocks) Pete's music has inspired generations of musicians over a career that spanned five decades and with his band and as a solo artist, he was held in the highest regard by the music industry and by his fans around the world

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Buzzcocks singer Pete Shelley dead at 63: tributes pour in for punk icon BUZZCOCKS singer Pete Shelley has died of a suspected heart attack Tributes for the iconic punk frontman have been pouring in on Twitter The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess wrote: Farewell Pete Shelley This is my favourite song by them https://t.co/5PSjuQpPM9 Tim Burgess (@Tim_Burgess) December 6, 2018 Genuinely devasted RIP Pete Shelley 💔❤️😭 thanks for the music BUZZCOCKS - Ever Fallen In Love (1978 https://t.co/3ne4cuHw4f via @YouTube sharon smith (@whiskiesmum) December 6, 2018