Music |
2nd April 2015

Thu 2 Apr | Doors 7.30pm

Read interview by Cumbria Live with band members September 2014  – HERE  

Following 2012’s ‘In The City’ tour and 2013’s ‘All Mod Con’s’ tour, Bruce Foxton and From The Jam announce the ‘Setting Sons’ Tour

The Brewery will be transported back to the late seventies as From The Jam, featuring former The Jam bassist Bruce Foxton and Russell Hastings, will be performing the classic 1979 album ‘Setting Sons’ in its entirety. As well as  ‘Eton Rifles’ and ‘Little Boy Soldiers’ the band are also excited about playing ‘Wasteland’ and the Foxton written track ‘Smithers-Jones’.  “We can’t wait to be performing live the whole of ‘Setting Sons’. The album has been noted as another one of the band’s best albums along with ‘All Mod Cons’. It seems that even the obscure album tracks like ‘Little Boy Soldiers’ and ‘Thick As Thieves’ are as popular when we play them live as the hit singles,” says Hastings.

Bruce is a part of the English Rock 'n' Roll establishment having played bass in legendary bands 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 and this gig will feature all of the Jam's most influential tracks. This is a standing and dancing gig so get yourself down and lose yourself in the music of one of the biggest British bands of all time.

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Venue: Malt Room standing and dancing. 
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.


2nd April 2015

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