Buzzcocks co-founder Pete Shelley dies at 63

LONDON -- Pete Shelley, the singer-songwriter and co-founder of the punk band the Buzzcocks, has died at age 63.

On Thursday, the band confirmed "with great sadness" his death and called him "one of the U.K.

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