Bangles


Bangles

The Bangles were one of the new generation of independent all-women bands that followed The Go-Go's in the early 1980s. Consisting of Susanna Hoffs (guitar, vocals), Debbi Peterson (drums, vocals), sister Vicki Peterson (guitar, vocals,) and Annette Zilinskas, who was later replaced by Michael Steele, (bass, vocals). The band was formed in Los Angeles in 1981 as The Supersonic Bangs, later shortened to The Bangs. They were forced to change their name to the Bangles when a band from New Jersey, also named the Bangs, threatened to sue. Read more on Last.fm


Appearances

FIRST

27/02/1986
Manic Monday Studio Performance


LAST

Review of the 80s
Eternal Flame Music Video


TOTAL (incl. )

17


Artist Statistics

Below are the number of appearances made, sorted by the most popular types of performance. Repeat performances are not counted, unless stated otherwise.

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STUDIO PERFORMANCES

3

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MUSIC VIDEOS

9

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LIVE PERFORMANCES

0

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SATELLITE VIDEOS

0


Artist Appearances

Episode Performance
Review of the 80s Eternal Flame
Music Video

Christmas Day 1989 Eternal Flame
Music Video

22/06/1989 Be With You
Studio Performance

15/06/1989 Be With You
Top 40 Breaker Clip

04/05/1989 Eternal Flame
Music Video

27/04/1989 Eternal Flame
Music Video

20/04/1989 Eternal Flame
Music Video

13/04/1989 Eternal Flame
Music Video

30/03/1989 Eternal Flame
Music Video

23/03/1989 Eternal Flame
Top 40 Breaker Clip

25/02/1988 Hazy Shade Of Winter
Music Video

18/02/1988 Hazy Shade Of Winter
Top 40 Breaker Clip

15/01/1987 Walking Down Your Street
Top 40 Breaker Clip

23/10/1986 Walk Like An Egyptian
Music Video

09/10/1986 Walk Like An Egyptian
Studio Performance

13/03/1986 Manic Monday
Played Over The Charts

27/02/1986 Manic Monday
Studio Performance


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