Fresh from their three month ‘Setting Sons’ tour Mod legends From The Jam are playing an intimate four-date tour this month, with special guests Nine Below Zero.
And one of the dates is Grimsby Auditorium.
From The Jam includes original The Jam bassist Bruce Foxton and the show will see the band performing classic The Jam hits such as ‘Down in the Tube Station at Midnight’, ‘Going Underground’, ‘Town Called Malice’ and ‘The Modern World’ as well as other favourites and songs from Bruce’s own solo career.
Bruce’s power and force in playing still drives the classics with the same fullness and intensity as they have for the last three decades, fifteen years of which were spent playing with the equally iconic Stiff Little Fingers.
He also had hits with singles ‘Freak’, This Is The Way’ and ‘It Makes Me Wonder’ as a solo artist.
Bruce is joined by frontman Russell Hastings, who also covers guitar and is the only frontman other than Weller to have worked with both Bruce Foxton and former The Jam drummer Rick Buckler.
And the latest addition to the already solid duo is drummer Steve “Smiley” Barnard, who can boast to being the backbone to some incredible performers - including Joe Strummer, Robbie Williams, Lily Allen, Steve Cropper to name but a few.
From The Jam will be joined by blues masters Nine Below Zero for the tour, which comes to Grimsby Auditorium on Saturday January 24.
For tickets call 0844 871 3016 or visit atgtickets.com/Grimsby; alternatively call in at the box office and pay cash with no fees.