steveharnett.com

group agency

For the
THE VIBRATORS
GLEN MATLOCK
999
GIRLS ON TOP
CHELSEA
SPLODGENESSABOUNDS
GARY LAMMIN
NO DIRECTION
THE DUEL
THE RAMONAS
DEVILISH PRESLEY
GMT
WAR MACHINES OF LOVE
TEASING LULU
THE DERELLAS
SLAUGHTER AND THE DOGS

"COMING SOON"

DAVE EVANS AND DIRTY DC
ORIGINAL AC/DC VOCALIST!

plus here's a page of links

History of the agency.

The Steve Harnett Group Promotion and Agency was formed in 1988 and went official in April 1989 through the then Government Enterprise Allowance Scheme.

Steve had previously managed his brother's punk rock outfit, 'Reality' and worked as a record plugger for companies such as RCA, working the King's Lynn area. Steve's plugging portfolio included singles by acts such as Sting, The Cult, Charlie Sexton, Bing Crosby and The Miami Vice Theme. In order to continue his involvement with music, Steve uprooted from his Norfolk home and took up residence in London at the end of 1986.

The agency started booking a handful of unknown acts and two years later, was in full swing. Steve's days were then spent booking gigs for a total of 30 bands. These included XENTRIX, TEN POLE TUDOR, CHELSEA, GBH, RADICAL DANCE FACTION, The Pirates, Scottish Sex Pistols, The Lurkers, Demented Are Go and many others. Around this time, Steve played a major role in the launch of Madness offshoot band, THE NUTTY BOYS.


Glen didn't want to pay up! (photo: Simone Stenfors)

An unrivalled personal service to bands and promoters alike has resulted in bookings in venues in Spain, France, Holland, Portugal, Austria, Canada, United States, Scandinavia, Japan, Germany and an established circuit of venues in the UK.

The current roster is featured on this site and to book any of the acts or to receive information, just drop us an email. Enjoy!



If you want to contact the Hun agency -


THE VIBRATORS
999
GLEN MATLOCK
GIRLS ON TOP
CHELSEA
SPLODGENESSABOUNDS
GARY LAMMIN
NO DIRECTION
THE DUEL
THE RAMONAS
GMT
WAR MACHINES OF LOVE
TEASING LULU
THE DERELLAS
SLAUGHTER AND THE DOGS

Also archive site for '80s punk band:

and

NUCLEAR SOCKETTS


Last update: 2 July 2011
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