Jam man Bruce back at Castle
Former Jam man Bruce Foxton is back in the county on Sunday for a night which will feature some of the iconic mod band's biggest hits.
The show, titled The Public Gets What The Public Want, will see Bruce and his band From The Jam playing a selection of the classic hits and great album tracks from across their back catalogue.
Expect to hear the likes of All Around The World, Strange Town, Going Underground, Town Called Malice, Beat Surrender and many more.
During their career, The Jam had amazing chart success with 18 singles and seven albums making the top 40 in the UK from their debut in 1977 to their break up in 1982.
Their last five albums were all top ten hits and their last eight singles made it into the top 10.
Foxton, who was recently voted by readers of NME as the seventh most influential bass player.
His new album, Smash The Clock is out next month.
The album has been successfully funded via Pledge Music and with different purchase options still available.
Bruce Foxton plays the Wellingborough venue on Sunday, May 1. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets cost £20 before fees. This standing gig at the venue.
Next Thursday, The hits of Buddy Holly and The Cricketers will be brought to life at the Castle.
The show stars some of the finest actor-musicians in the UK whose combined West End credits include Buddy, Lennon, Forbidden Planet and Jailhouse Rock.
Expect hits including That’ll Be The Day, Peggy Sue, Heartbeat, It Doesn’t Matter Anymore and Raining In My Heart.
Tickets for the show on Thursday, May 5, cost £17.50 in advance before fees.
Tickets are also on sale for Scottish act Manran who play the venue on May 20.
Tickets cost £14 in advance with concessions also available.
For more details about all forthcoming shows at the venue, call 01933 270 007 or visit www.thecastle.org.uk