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From The Jam (UK) Tickets QLD
7:30pm, Fri 1st February, 2013
The Hi-Fi - Brisbane, QLD
ON SALE FRIDAY 30 NOVEMBER + guests. From The Jam gained an immediate reputation for the kind of incendiary ‘live’ performances that sealed the reputation of The Jam all those years ago and 2012 has been another very busy year for the band.
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The band now include a Special Guest, drummer and founder member of BIG COUNTRY, MARK BRZEZICKI in place of Rick Buckler. This new line-up continues to gain terrific 'live' reviews -
"Brzezicki, Foxton and Hastings took things to new heights..." (Dundee Courier)
Recently reconciled following family bereavements, Paul Weller's single 'Fast Car/Slow Traffic' from his most recent album, also featured Bruce on bass. There were also incredible scenes when Bruce recentlyappeared 'live' alongside Paul - for the first time in 28 years - to perform The Jam classics 'The Eton Rifles' and 'The Butterfly Collector' as well as 'Fast Car/Slow Traffic' at the second of Weller's five night residency at the Albert Hall. Subsequently, the two worked together on the sleeve notes of the 30th Anniversary release of 'Sound Affects' by The Jam.
PAUL WELER now appears as one of two Very Special Guests on the new FOXTON album, 'Back In The Room', along with Stax and Blues Brothers legend, STEVE CROPPER. The albu contains a total of 12 tracks, all written by Bruce Foxton and From The Jam vocalist/guitarist, Russell Hastings
The Jam had amazing chart success with 18 singles and 7 albums to make the top 40 in the United Kingdom from their debut in 1977 to their break up in 1982. Their last 5 albums were all top ten hits and their last 8 singles made it into the top 10.' Just Who Is the 5 O'Clock Hero?' made the charts at no 8 as an import and remains the best-selling import singles of all time in the UK.
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