The Chameleons are an English post-punk outfit that hail from Middleton. Formed in 1981, the group originally featured front man Mark Burgess, guitarists Reg Smithies and Dave Fielding, and drummer John Lever (who replaced original drummer Brian Schofield).
The band released six records over the years before their split, including their 1983 debut 'Script Of The Bridge', 'What Does Anything Mean? Basically' in 1985, and 'Strange Times' in 1986. They returned in 2000 with 'Strip', followed by 'Why Call It Anything' in 2001 and 'This Never Ending Now' in 2002, as well as various compilation albums and live albums.
The Chameleons would build up a large and loyal fanbase, who are still treated to occasional shows from vocalist, bassist and principle composer Mark Burgess in the new formation of Chameleons Vox - is the continuation of the legendary Chameleons, arguably the most influential band ever to come out of Manchester.
Chameleons Vox have UK tour plans in December 2018, celebrating 35 years of 'Script Of The Bridge'. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.