Gogol Bordello

Today, international punk band Gogol Bordello announces their Casa Gogol Fall U.S. Tour with special guests Puzzled Panther and Crazy & The Brains. Tickets are on sale to the public this Friday, May 3 with members only presale on new fansite beginning Wednesday, May 1. Tour dates here.

Today, international punk band Gogol Bordello announces their West Coast Tour this May, kicking off in San Diego on May 18 hitting Bottlerock Festival and Punk Rock Bowling & Music Festival on the way. Tickets are on sale this Friday, March 1.

With the recent launch of Casa Gogol Records (Rolling Stone), Eugene Hütz, frontman of NYC’s celebrated Gogol Bordello, is on a mission to amplify a New New York sound. His new band Puzzled Panther is led by principal songwriter Victoria Espinoza, Kay Bontempo, Brian Chase (Yeah Yeah Yeahs) and Alex Ryaboy.

Tibet House US has announced that iconic singer, songwriter and activist Joan Baez has joined the lineup for this year’s Annual Benefit Concert along with legendary Ukrainian punk rock band Gogol Bordello. One of the longest-running and most renowned live cultural events in New York City, the concert will return to The Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall on February 26 at 7:30PM.

In a groundbreaking collaboration, Gogol Bordello, led by Ukrainian frontman Eugene Hütz, and Bernard Sumner from the legendary bands Joy Division and New Order, have come together to release their cover of “Solidarity” by Angelic Upstarts. This release is available on Eugene Hütz’s label, Casa Gogol Records.

Today, international punk band Gogol Bordello & friends, led by Ukrainian frontman Eugene Hütz, release a collaborative single for charity, “United Strike Back.” Out on Hütz’s own label, Casa Gogol, the track features punk & hardcore heavy hitters like Tre Cool (Green Day), Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys), Joe Lally (Fugazi, The Messthetics), Roger Miret (Agnostic Front), Monte Pittman (Ministry), Sasha (Kazka) and Puzzled Panther.

Today, VICE News announced the world premiere of Scream of My Blood: A Gogol Bordello Story at Tribeca Film Festival on June 13th. An intimate, career-spanning portrait of Ukrainian immigrant and punk legend Eugene Hütz, Scream of My Blood chronicles Hütz’s childhood journey to the U.S., his rise to fame with punk band Gogol Bordello and his defiant return to Ukraine after the Russian invasion.

Today, international punk band Gogol Bordello announced a European tour, set to kick off in the UK on May 25. Led by Ukrainian frontman Eugene Hütz, this comes on the heels of four sold out New Year’s Eve shows in the US, a tradition they’ve celebrated for 15 years. The band recently performed for Rolling Stone and WNYC’s Soundcheck, with Eugene continuing to be a “flagbearer of the cultural resistance…as the one-year mark of the war in Ukraine approaches” - listen to his interview on CBC Radio's The Sunday Magazine here.

International punk band Gogol Bordello is celebrating 15 years of their infamous New Year’s Eve shows this year at Brooklyn Bowl New York & Philadelphia from December 28-31. Led by Ukrainian frontman Eugene Hütz, the band just announced lineups for the Brooklyn shows, toasting the unbreakable spirit of NYC: hardcore legends Murphy’s Law are joined by Incendiary Device and fresh faces Balaklava Blues (whose debut single “Gimme” already reached 1M+ YouTube views), Crazy & The Brains and Puzzled Panther.

Coming on the heels of the release of “Zelensky: The Man With The Iron Balls,” a track written by Les Claypool of Primus and Eugene Hütz of Gogol Bordello, and featuring Stewart Copeland, Sean Lennon, Billy Strings, and Sergey Ryabtsev, Fandiem has partnered with Claypool and Hütz on a fundraising sweepstakes campaign to benefit Nova Ukraine.

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