21-25 St John's Hill, Clapham Junction,
SW11 1TT LONDON
From The Jam "Setting Sons" 35th Anniversary Concert. Buy tickets at Eventim.
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The Jam became one of the biggest selling bands in British history. 2014 marks the 35th anniversary of this seminal album. From the Jam featuring original Jam member Bruce Foxton will perform the debut album in it's entirety on this one off, never to be repeated concert at the Clapham Grand. From the Jam will also perform a selection of classic hits and albums tracks following the "Setting Sons" album.
This is a concert any self respecting fan of The Jam will not want to miss.
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From The Jamstars, from 2 Fan reports
London - KOKO
Good fun from Frenchy, 02/07/13Saw Bruce Foxton at KOKO in Camden. was a good set, there is a definite difference from the crowd when he played the Jam hits as opposed to his own stuff. All in all was a good night. Im too young to have seen The Jam in their Heyday - but From The Jam came pretty close.
Islington Empire -
From The Jam from Essex Loyal, 23/11/11Bruce is showing his age with mood swings and I would never waste my money on watching the band again after Bruce walked off stage at the Islington Empire claiming someone threw beer, which in truth did happen but never landed anywhere near him or the stage. Bruce if you can't live up to Weller then stay at home put your slippers on and watch X Factor !
About this Artist
Bruce Foxton is a part of the English Rock and Roll establishment. A musician who is most commonly recognised as the bass player in legendary The Jam and Stiff Little Fingers. In The Jam, he and drummer Rick Buckler were the driving force, power and rhythm section behind singer, guitarist, and songwriter Paul Weller. Bruce’s versatility is evident,...