A seminal force in British music and one of the biggest-selling bands the country has ever seen, The Jam were frontrunners of the UK’s punk/mod revival scene in the late 70s and early 80s. Sharply dressed angry young men, they brought us iconic tunes like That’s Entertainment, Going Underground and Town Called Malice, becoming the voice of a disenchanted generation and leaving an indelible imprint in the history of British rock.
There’s a special treat in store for fans of the band this month as From The Jam, which features original band member Bruce Foxton (joined by Russell Hastings and ‘Smiley’ on drums) play Cambridge Junction on 19 September. 35 years after the release of Sound Affects, From The Jam will play this classic album in its entirety, as well as a selection of The Jam’s finest singles and album tracks.
Tickets are £21 in advance.