Blueprint 76

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Blueprint 76
Origin Detroit
Genres Punk rock
Pop punk
Melodic hardcore
Hardcore punk
Years active 2002 (2002)-2005 (2005)
Labels Broken Spoke Records
Associated acts The Suicide Machines
Members Royce Nunley
Steve Toth
Joe Reilly

Blueprint 76 was a Detroit pop punk group started in 2002 by Royce Nunley after eight years in The Suicide Machines. The band's original lineup consisted of Royce Nunley on lead vocals and bass guitar, Steve Toth on guitar and Joe Reilly on drums. Joe Reilly "Joey Danger" AKA "Joey B-Side" moved back to his hometown of Nashville to drum tech for "The Pink Spiders" who had just been signed to Geffen Records and was filled in by "Porno Bob" for the final tour and Warped Tour dates. Blueprint also lost member Steve Toth and added "Jon Berz" on guitar who also fronts "The Cast, The Camera" and is a multi-instrumentalist for Blasé Splee. Blueprint added Dan Powers as the new bassist and Royce finished out their last years as lead singer.


  • Into the Flames (2002)
  • Better Late Then Never (2004)
  • Later Demo (2005)

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