The Jamm and the Paul Weller Connexion bring their excellent tribute show to the Corn Hall, Cirencester, on Saturday, June 24.
Since their first show in 1996, The Jamm have been delighting fans of The Jam in many sell out performances.
The Jam – Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler - emerged from the punk explosion of 1977 and scored huge chart success with a string of memorable singles including When You’re Young, The Eton Rifles, That’s Entertainment, Going Underground and Start.
The group played their last gig in 1982, leaving thousands of fans dreaming of the day that they would reform.
They never have . . . but this tribute show, packed with the experience of over 2,000 live performances, will take you back to the height of New Wave with more than 30 songs, covering the whole Jam era. The band’s lead singer, John Southern, critically acclaimed as the number one look-a-like and sound-a-like, opens the show with his tribute to Weller’s solo career - The Paul Weller Connexion. CDC Events Officer Rik Husdan said: “This band are an incredible tribute to The Jam. Whether you just loved the band or the more recent music of Paul Weller, you really can’t lose here. The Jamm will play everything from In The City to Beat Surrender – and many of the greatest hits in between.” Tickets cost £10 in advance and are available from Cirencester Tourist Information Centre 01285 654180 or Swindon Tourist Information 01793 530328). Tickets are also available on the door for £12.