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Mudhoney

Mudhoney Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 120,966
Category Grunge, Alternative
Concerts
Aug
30
Club Manufaktur e. V.
Schorndorf
Tickets
Aug
31
Mudhoney
Den Haag
Tickets
Sep
06
Aieteko Parkea
Donostia / San Sebastián
Tickets
Sep
08
Jaguar (Lula Club)
City Center
Tickets
Sep
09
Razzmatazz 2
Barcelona
Tickets
Sep
11
Largo Venue
Roma
Tickets
Sep
12
Viper Theatre
Firenze
Tickets
Sep
13
Santeria Toscana 31
Milano
Tickets
Sep
14
Capitol
Pordenone
Tickets
Sep
19
Fleda club
Brno
Tickets
Sep
20
Proxima
Warsaw
Tickets
Sep
22
Ampere
München
Tickets
Sep
23
SO36
Berlin
Tickets
Sep
25
Knust
Hamburg
Tickets
Sep
26
Gebäude 9
Cologne
Tickets
Sep
27
Concorde 2
Brighton
Tickets
Sep
28
New Century Hall
Manchester
Tickets
Sep
29
St Luke's
Glasgow
Tickets
Oct
01
O2 Academy Bristol
Bristol
Tickets
Oct
02
Electric Ballroom
Camden
Tickets
Oct
04
Mudhoney
Bruxelles
Tickets
Oct
05
Effenaar
Eindhoven
Tickets
About Mudhoney
Mudhoney is an alternative band that formed in Seattle, Washington in 1988. They have been an inspiration and influence on many alternative rock musicians, most notably Kurt Cobain of Nirvana. Mudhoney's career is chronicled in Our Band Could Be Your Life by Michael Azerrad, a study of several important American underground rock groups. Lineup: * Mark Arm - vocals, guitar * Steve Turner - Guitar * Dan Peters - drums * Matt Lukin - bass (1988-1999, 2000-2001) * Wayne Kramer - bass (2000) * Steve Dukich - bass (2001) * Guy Maddison - bass (2001-present) Band history Mr. Epp and the Calculations The very beginnings of Mudhoney start out in Bellevue, Washington, a suburb of Seattle. While at Bellevue Christian High School, Mark McLaughlin (later known as Mark Arm) and some friends started Mr. Epp and the Calculations, a band named after a math teacher of his. The band was more a joke band than a real band; their first "show" was in class singing Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give It Up" and using rolled up maps as guitars because they couldn't play real instruments. "Mr. Epp" finally played their first show three years after they formed in 1981. Around this time Mark Arm and a friend of his, Steve Turner formed a more serious yet still humorous band, Limp Richerds. Mr. Epp appeared on KZAM-AM radio and were introduced being called "the worst band in the world". They played their last show on February 3, 1984 with Malfunkshun at the Metropolis in Seattle. Green River Green River was formed in 1984 when Mark Arm and Steve Turner pulled together and recruited Alex Vincent, who had previously played with Turner in Spluii Numa. Looking for a bass player the band asked Jeff Ament to join their band. Ament had recently arrived in Seattle with his band Deranged Diction who had come out of Montana. Another one of Turner's former bandmates, Stone Gossard, also decided to play with them. Steve Turner left the band after the recording of Come on Down due to his distaste in the heavy metal leanings of the band. He was replaced by another Derranged Diction member, Bruce Fairweather. After recording two EPs and a full-length album, the band decided to call it quits in 1987. Gossard, Ament, and Fairweather went on to join Mother Love Bone. Following lead singer, Andrew Wood's death, Gossard and Ament went on to form Pearl Jam and Fairweather joined Love Battery. Arm reunited with Steve Turner to form Mudhoney. Sub Pop (1988–1991) Steve Turner wanted to start a band that actually rehearsed before they played. He and Mark Arm began working on some music along with Bundle of Hiss drummer Dan Peters. The trio decided that Matt Lukin, who had recently left The Melvins, should join them as the bassist. They named themselves Mudhoney after a Russ Meyer film that none of the band members had actually seen. Mudhoney's partial success led to a number of other Seattle bands, such as Soundgarden, Nirvana, and Tad, gaining some recognition. In the early '90s, Sub Pop was not making very much money. As a result, many of its bands left the label to search for backing by major labels. Mudhoney decided to stay and they released their second album, Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge in 1991. However, after this album was released they were offered a deal with Reprise Records and they left Sub Pop to join their new major label in 1992. Reprise (1992–1999) As grunge was becoming more mainstream, Mudhoney shifted away from their early grungy music sound. Many of the bands that they were friends with (Nirvana and Pearl Jam) were having huge success and gaining popularity worldwide. Their first album on Reprise was Piece of Cake, which was an album that sounded much more like garage rock than grunge. Despite the fact that the band had signed on to a major label, they still kept their quirkiness and non-careerist attitude with them. In 1995, when grunge was in its last days in the mainstream, Mudhoney decided to go back to the sound that they used to have. With their album My Brother the Cow they managed to mix both their early heavy dirge songs and some of their more punk rock songs on the same album. The song "Into Your Shtik" is said to be a song which bashes Courtney Love, saying that she should blow her head off too like her husband Kurt Cobain. The album is a fan favorite and is considered one of their finest albums. Two years later they released Tomorrow Hit Today. The album showed that Mudhoney still had their garage rock roots in them as well as including new blues rock type songs. In 1996, Mudhoney appeared in the comedy movie Black Sheep, starring Chris Farley and David Spade. Mudhoney was shown playing at an MTV concert and then speaking with Farley backstage. After a few years of touring, Reprise decided to release Mudhoney from their label. One of the reasons was Mudhoney's record sales had reached a career low despite the fact their live shows were drawing more people than ever before. Subsequently, bassist Matt Lukin called it quits, saying that he didn't like touring. The band released March to Fuzz, a retrospective compilation of songs from throughout their career. Many fans thought that the band was going to stop playing music altogether, although they did play a few shows around the Northwest area. Return to Sub Pop (1999— ) These shows were doing so well that Mudhoney decided to resurrect their careers. They found permanent bassist Guy Maddison (of Monroe's Fur, Lubricated Goat) who had played with Mark Arm in one of his many side projects, Bloodloss. After Arm and Turner spent time with their side project, The Monkeywrench, the band recorded and released Since We've Become Translucent in 2002. In late 2005, the band opened Pearl Jam's south american tour, with concerts in Santiago de Chile, Buenos Aires, Porto Alegre, Curitiba, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. In March of 2006, the band released the well received LP, Under a Billion Suns. The band has promoted the album by touring in Europe and the U.S. with bands such as Jennifer Gentle, The Holy Soul and Comets on Fire. Band members * Mark Arm - vocals, guitar * Steve Turner - guitar * Dan Peters - drums * Guy Maddison - bass (2001—) Former members * Wayne Kramer - bass (2000) * Steve Dukich - bass (2001) * Matt Lukin - bass (1988–1999, 2000–2001) Touring members * Garrett Shavlik - Drums (During summer 2006) Discography Albums Year Title Label 1989 Mudhoney Sub Pop Records 1990 Superfuzz Bigmuff Plus Early Singles Sub Pop Records 1991 Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge Sub Pop Records 1992 Piece of Cake Reprise Records 1995 My Brother the Cow Reprise Records 1998 Tomorrow Hit Today Reprise Records 2000 March to Fuzz Sub Pop Records 2000 Here Comes Sickness: The Best of the BBC Fuel 2000 2002 Since We've Become Translucent Sub Pop Records 2006 Under a Billion Suns Sub Pop Records 2007 Live Mud Sub Pop Records 2008 The Lucky Ones Sub Pop Records Singles/EPs Year Title Label 1988 "Touch Me I'm Sick"/"Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More" Sub Pop Records 1988 Superfuzz Bigmuff EP Sub Pop Records 1988 Sonic Youth-"Touch Me I'm Sick"/Mudhoney-"Halloween" Sub Pop Records 1989 "You Got It (Keep It Outta My Face)"/"Burn It Clean" Sub Pop Records 1989 "This Gift" Sub Pop Records 1990 "You're Gone" Sub Pop Records 1991 Let It Slide EP Sub Pop Records 1991 Mudhoney-"She's Just Fifteen"/Halo Of Flies-"Jagged Time Lapse" Amphetamine Reptile Records 1992 Mudhoney-"You Stupid Asshole"/Gas Huffer-"Knife Manual" Empty Records 1992 "Suck You Dry" Reprise Records 1993 "Tonight I Think I'm Gonna Go Downtown/"Blinding Sun" (w/Jimmie Dale Gilmore) Reprise Records 1993 Five Dollar Bob's Mock Cooter Stew EP Reprise Records 1994 Buckskin Stallion Blues EP (w/Jimmie Dale Gilmore) Sub Pop Records 1994 Mudhoney-"Pump It Up"/George Clinton & Parliament-"Stomp" Fox Records 1995 "Into Your Schtick"/"You Give Me The Creeps" Super Electro Records 1995 "Generation Spokesmodel" Reprise Records 1995 Mudhoney-"Goat Cheese"/The Strapping Fieldhands-"Porn Weasel" Amphetamine Reptile Records 1998 "Night of the Hunted"/"Brand New Face" Super Electro Records 1999 "Butterfly Stroke"/"Editions Of You" Sub Pop Records 2002 "Sonic Infusion (Edit)"/"Long Way To Go" Sub Pop Records 2006 "It Is Us"/"Dig Those Trenches" Sub Pop Records Compilation/Soundtrack contributions Year Title Label 1988 "Hate The Police" on Mondo Stereo Away From The Pulsebeat 1988 "The Rose" on Sub Pop 200 Sub Pop Records 1991 "Come To Mind" on The Grunge Years Sub Pop Records 1992 "Overblown" on the Singles Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Epic Records 1993 "Freak Momma" (w/Sir Mix-a-Lot) on the Judgement Night Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Epic Records 1994 "Run Shithead Run" on the With Honors Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Maverick/Warner Bros. Records 1994 "Pump It Up" on the PCU Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Fox Records 1996 "1995 (Live)" on Bite Back: Live At The Crocodile Cafe PopLlama Records 1996 "Touch Me I'm Sick (Live)" on Hype! The Motion Picture Soundtrack Sub Pop Records
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Genres
Grunge, Alternative
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What fans are saying
Damian
5 / 5
Mudhoney we’re awesome ! Brought back great memories of my teenage years! I wouldn’t have found the concert without bands in town and invasor paid to say that ;)
Paloma Nimes, France
Sep 22, 2022
Ben
5 / 5
I've been wanting to witness Mudhoney for years. So glad I finally got the chance to see them live. A raw power set that did not disappoint.
Hotel Westwood Footscray, Australia
Apr 25, 2023
Geoff
5 / 5
Fun show at an intimate club!! The band played with a lot of energy. It amazes me that they never got more recognition!! Fun time!!
Club Congress Tucson, AZ
Nov 12, 2023
Brent
5 / 5
One of my favourite bands since I was about 15 in 1989, Mudhoney did not disappoint. 30 years of practice makes for a great show.
White Oak Music Hall Houston, TX
Mar 24, 2019
Devin
5 / 5
The best time. Only a few decades late, but WORTH THE WAIT and as good as they've ever been by all accounts
Slowdown Omaha, NE
May 06, 2022
brian
5 / 5
Amazing as usual. They sound great both in playing and singing. It’s always an awesome to see them play.
The Magic Bag Ferndale, MI
Oct 24, 2023
Bill
5 / 5
The legends were amazing! Big shout out to the Crescent staff! So awesome how they take care of concertgoers!
Crescent Ballroom Phoenix, AZ
Nov 11, 2023
Jill
4 / 5
Great show with an even bigger surprise at the end of the night with an appearance by Kim Thayil!!
Baltimore Soundstage Baltimore, MD
Oct 30, 2019
Timothy
5 / 5
Was an amazing show. Wouldn't have expected a better show from any point in their career.
The Independent San Francisco, CA
Feb 10, 2019
Courtney
4 / 5
SO FUCKIN AWESOME!!!! PLEASE COME BACK TO AZ SO I CAN BRING MY FRIENDS!!!
191 Toole Tucson, AZ
Jan 12, 2023
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Mudhoney Tour Cities
Cologne, Germany Roma, Italy Firenze, Italy Donostia / San Sebastián, Spain Brussels, Belgium Manchester, United Kingdom Pordenone, Italy Eindhoven, Netherlands Camden, United Kingdom Berlin, Germany Barcelona, Spain München, Germany Glasgow, United Kingdom Brno, Czech Republic Brighton, United Kingdom Schorndorf, Germany Warsaw, Poland City Center, Spain Bristol, United Kingdom Milano, Italy The Hague, Netherlands Hamburg, Germany

Frequently Asked Questions About Mudhoney

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Mudhoney on tour?

Yes, Mudhoney is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Mudhoney concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Mudhoney tour is scheduled for 22 dates across 22 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Mudhoney scheduled to play?

Mudhoney is scheduled to play 22 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Mudhoney tour start?

Mudhoney’s tour starts Aug 30, 2024 and ends on Oct 05, 2024. They will play 22 cities; their most recent concert was held in Schorndorf at Club Manufaktur e. V. and their next upcoming concert will be in Roma at Largo Venue.

What venues is Mudhoney performing at?

As part of the Mudhoney tour, Mudhoney is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Aug 30 - Schorndorf, Germany @ Club Manufaktur e. V.
Aug 31 - Den Haag, Zuid-Holland @ PAARD
Sep 06 - Donostia / San Sebastián, Spain @ Aieteko Parkea
Sep 08 - City Center, Spain @ Jaguar (Lula Club)
Sep 09 - Barcelona, Spain @ Razzmatazz 2
Sep 11 - Roma, Lazio @ Largo Venue
Sep 12 - Firenze, FI @ Viper Theatre
Sep 13 - Milano, MI @ Santeria Toscana 31
Sep 14 - Pordenone, Friuli-Venezia Giulia @ Capitol
Sep 19 - Brno, South Moravian @ Fleda club
Sep 20 - Warsaw, Mazowsze @ Proxima
Sep 22 - München, BY @ Ampere
Sep 23 - Berlin, Germany @ SO36
Sep 25 - Hamburg, Germany @ Knust
Sep 26 - Cologne, Germany @ Gebäude 9
Sep 27 - Brighton, Brighton @ Concorde 2
Sep 28 - Manchester, England @ New Century Hall
Sep 29 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ St Luke's
Oct 01 - Bristol, England @ O2 Academy Bristol
Oct 02 - Camden, United Kingdom @ Electric Ballroom
Oct 04 - Bruxelles, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode @ Le Botanique
Oct 05 - Eindhoven, 06 @ Effenaar
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