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    Widely regarded now as the Uk’s most authentic and leading tribute to The Jam, The Jam’d are totally committed to giving an unforgettable, authentic performance with all the energy, passion and style of the Woking 3. As full time touring professional musicians, and massive Jam fans themselves, the band don’t “try to be” or “pretend to be” The Jam, but rather put on a performance from the heart and soul, drawing on all their memories, experiences and love of what was the country’s biggest band in their day. Gigging up and down the UK at outdoor festivals, scooter rallies and some of the UK’s top tribute venues & events! The show also includes the only replica of Rick Bucklers ‘Great White’ drum kit & features their own brass section!… You won’t be disappointed! Every effort is placed into reproducing the sound, arrangements and energy of a Jam gig. Those who saw The Jam live will remember the electricity, aggression, passion, and even fashion on stage, something not always prevalent in today’s world, but to The Jam’d, it is a passion, a mission, and an honour to play for fans of “the best band in the f#@*ing world!”

    Plus support SAVANNAH the old school British Rock band from Dawley, Shropshire grafting it round the country at the deep end of the pool since 2013. Reviving and inspiring the impending rock and roll revolution one person, venue, pub or club at a time through passionate commitment to the sweet cause of music. Endorsed by BBC Indroducing Shropshire, Listened to by Lamacq, supported by our amazing loyal followers and conquers of the Wrekin. Our world is SAVANNAH, welcome to it & enjoy the abundance of music we have been lucky enough to share with the world #eyupjockey


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