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NORWICH PUNK AND ALTERNATIVE FESTIVAL: SHAM 69 (1977 Lineup) + UK SUBS + RUTS DC + EXTREME NOISE TERROR + MORE

Friday 25th May 2018
Show: 6:00 PM Doors: 6:00 PM

Please Note: 14+ Doors at 6pm

The Waterfront | 139-141 King Street, Norwich, NR1 1QH, United Kingdom

NORWICH  PUNK  AND  ALTERNATIVE  FESTIVAL

SHAM 69 (1977 Lineup) + UK SUBS + RUTS DC + EXTREME NOISE TERROR + MORE

Friday 25th May 2018

Doors 6pm

Curfew 10pm

14+ Only

£28 ADV

DAY 2 FT THE EXPLOITED + THE MEMBRANES + SPEAR OF DESTINY + CRISIS + ANDY BLADE (EATER SET) + MORE TBA  >> https://thewaterfront.ticketabc.com/events/exploited-membranes/

1st of the dates announced for the punk and alternative festivities over the two may bank holiday weekends. 

2 floors, 2 stages, 3 bars, beer garden and full 1 hour+ sets from Sham 69, UK Subs, Ruts DC, Extreme Noise Terror (plus more bands to be announced).

Anyone that witnessed the original Sham 69 perform at the Waterfront last tour will know this is going to be one hell of a great event.

SHAM 69 

Original 1977 Lineup (Pursey, Parsons, Treganna…)

In July 1977 Jimmy met with Miles Copeland (manager of The Police) who was running Step Forward & Illegal records. Jimmy scored a slot headlining the Acklam Hall on 21st July 1977. The support bands; Chelsea, The Lurkers & The Cortinas were all on Step Forward records, it was inevitable that Sham 69 would put out the first single on Step Forward and released 'I Dont Wanna' in August 1977. Sham 69 were soon packing venues and due to the success of the 'I Dont Wanna' single, Polydor Records signed Sham 69 for a 4 album contract. Albie Slider was replaced by Dave Treganna (Kermit) after a fight broke out in the recording studio when Dave Parsons replaced Albert's bass. January 1978 Polydor released the 'Borstal Breakout' single which didn't chart but a month later the 'Tell Us The Truth' album was released and reached No 25. April 30th 1978 Jimmy joined The Clash on stage at Victoria Park for Rock Against Racism. Later that week Polydor released their 2nd Sham 69 single 'Angels With Dirty Faces' which got the band on Top Of The Pops. In July 1978 the release of the single 'If The Kids Are United' catapulted Sham 69 into the media spot-light. That summer Sham played the Reading Festival along with The Jam. October 1978 saw the release of the 2nd Sham 69 album 'That's Life' and a new single 'Hurry Up Harry' which charted making the top 10. Questions & Answers was released in March 79 which was another hit and in July 79 the 'Hersham Boys' single was released which became Sham 69's biggest hit. 

Official website

http://www.theevolutionofpunk.com 

Sham 69 facebook

@sham69.net

Sham 69 - Jimmy Pursey Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/SHAM-69-Jimmy-Pursey-169683163090992/

Twitter

@JimmyPursey

UK  SUBS

There’s not many bands that have the respect of EVERYONE on the punk scene. But Charlie Harpers UK SUBS is that exception. Formed in 1976, the mainstay of the band has been vocalist Charlie Harper, originally a singer in Britain's R&B scene (now venerated as the godfather of UK punk) the band has continued and thrived. 2010 marked the fifth decade in which the U.K. Subs had continually graced the Punk Rock scene, widely recognised as one of the most consistently and visibly successful punk bands - they maintain and pioneer the true spirit of punk rock, without the compromise and watering-down that has affected so many of their contemporaries. 

Official website

http://www.uksubstimeandmatter.net/

Facebook

@uksubs

Twitter

@UKSubs

RUTS DC

FROM THE BEGINNING
1977-1980 Owen-Fox–Jennings-Ruffy

The Ruts were a reggae-influenced British punk rock band, formed in 1977 at the height of the Punk revolution. They finally released their first single ‘In A Rut’ in early 1979 on the People Unite label . This 7” vinyl was much played and highly regarded by the UK BBC Radio 1 D.J, John Peel. From then on and over the years, the record rightly became what can be considered to be a Punk anthem. There were more to follow, with the singles ‘Babylons Burning’,’ Something that I Said’, ‘Jah War’ (all from the debut album ‘The Crack’) and ‘Staring at the Rude Boys’, ‘West One’ (both featured on the album ‘Grin and Bear It’).The band were quickly established as a major force in U.K music, but by 1980, The Ruts were over. The history and tragedy surrounding the band is much documented – see Wikipedia and the book Love in Vain.

THE CIRCLE
DA CAPO Fox-Jennings-Ruffy

The 3 remaining Ruts felt that they had to continue with their mission. To differentiate between incarnations, they added the initials D.C (Da.Capo) – a musical term for back to the beginning. After 2 albums – ‘Animal Now’ and later ‘Rhythm Collision Volume 1’ with legendary dub producer “Mad Professor” they parted ways to follow their own musical paths. And so it remained until 2007 when sad news of Paul Fox’s illness brought them back together. It was decided to do “One last gig”. With Henry Rollins taking over the lead vocals, the set of timeless classics served as both a celebration of Foxy’s unique talent but also as a belated tribute to original vocalist Malcolm Owen. The second circle was complete.

A NEW REVOLUTION
Jennings–Ruffy-Heggarty

In 2008, Ruffy and Segs returned to “Mad Professors” studio to start a new project -it became ‘Rhythm Collision Vol. 2’. Mixed by Brighton genius “Prince Fatty” – RC2 was released in 2011 and new cycle was set into motion. Enlisting the help of Leigh Heggarty on guitar the new Ruts DC performed in the U.K, Europe, Australia and New Zealand which in turn led to the inevitable step of writing new songs. RutsDC took to the studio once again ,this time to record and create a brand new more “rock” based album. “Music Must Destroy” was released in September 2016, and was extremely well received making No1 – Album of the Year in Vive Le Rock magazine and elsewhere being hailed as “a return to form”. Going from strength to strength, March 2017 will see them as special guests to The Stranglers on a sell out U.K. tour followed by their own gigs in September and November. Revolving and evolving - the circle is unbroken

 Official website

http://www.theruts.co.uk/

 Facebook

@theruts

 Twitter

@therutsdc

EXTREME NOISE TERROR

Extreme Noise Terror are an English hardcore punk band originally formed in Ipswich in 1985. They are considered one of the earliest and most influential European grindcore bands, particularly in the crustgrind fusion genre. Noted for one of the earliest uses of dual vocalists in hardcore, and for recording a number of sessions for BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel, Extreme Noise Terror started as a crust punk band and helped characterise the early, archetypal grindcore sound with fiercely political lyrics, grinding guitars, extremely fast tempo and often very short songs. the band has a huge history in the underground scene. you can read that here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extreme_Noise_Terror . the band have toured Mexico, Brazil, Chile and Japan in recent years, so this will be a rare east anglian show as headliner to the second stage.

Website

https://extremenoiseterror.bandcamp.com

 Facebook

@extremenoiseterroruk
Twitter@extremenoiset

 

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NORWICH PUNK AND ALTERNATIVE FESTIVAL: SHAM 69 (1977 Lineup) + UK SUBS + RUTS DC + EXTREME NOISE TERROR + MORE, Friday 25th May 2018

NORWICH  PUNK  AND  ALTERNATIVE  FESTIVAL

SHAM 69 (1977 Lineup) + UK SUBS + RUTS DC + EXTREME NOISE TERROR + MORE

Friday 25th May 2018

Doors 6pm

Curfew 10pm

14+ Only

£28 ADV

DAY 2 FT THE EXPLOITED + THE MEMBRANES + SPEAR OF DESTINY + CRISIS + ANDY BLADE (EATER SET) + MORE TBA  >> https://thewaterfront.ticketabc.com/events/exploited-membranes/

1st of the dates announced for the punk and alternative festivities over the two may bank holiday weekends. 

2 floors, 2 stages, 3 bars, beer garden and full 1 hour+ sets from Sham 69, UK Subs, Ruts DC, Extreme Noise Terror (plus more bands to be announced).

Anyone that witnessed the original Sham 69 perform at the Waterfront last tour will know this is going to be one hell of a great event.

SHAM 69 

Original 1977 Lineup (Pursey, Parsons, Treganna…)

In July 1977 Jimmy met with Miles Copeland (manager of The Police) who was running Step Forward & Illegal records. Jimmy scored a slot headlining the Acklam Hall on 21st July 1977. The support bands; Chelsea, The Lurkers & The Cortinas were all on Step Forward records, it was inevitable that Sham 69 would put out the first single on Step Forward and released 'I Dont Wanna' in August 1977. Sham 69 were soon packing venues and due to the success of the 'I Dont Wanna' single, Polydor Records signed Sham 69 for a 4 album contract. Albie Slider was replaced by Dave Treganna (Kermit) after a fight broke out in the recording studio when Dave Parsons replaced Albert's bass. January 1978 Polydor released the 'Borstal Breakout' single which didn't chart but a month later the 'Tell Us The Truth' album was released and reached No 25. April 30th 1978 Jimmy joined The Clash on stage at Victoria Park for Rock Against Racism. Later that week Polydor released their 2nd Sham 69 single 'Angels With Dirty Faces' which got the band on Top Of The Pops. In July 1978 the release of the single 'If The Kids Are United' catapulted Sham 69 into the media spot-light. That summer Sham played the Reading Festival along with The Jam. October 1978 saw the release of the 2nd Sham 69 album 'That's Life' and a new single 'Hurry Up Harry' which charted making the top 10. Questions & Answers was released in March 79 which was another hit and in July 79 the 'Hersham Boys' single was released which became Sham 69's biggest hit. 

Official website

http://www.theevolutionofpunk.com 

Sham 69 facebook

@sham69.net

Sham 69 - Jimmy Pursey Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/SHAM-69-Jimmy-Pursey-169683163090992/

Twitter

@JimmyPursey

UK  SUBS

There’s not many bands that have the respect of EVERYONE on the punk scene. But Charlie Harpers UK SUBS is that exception. Formed in 1976, the mainstay of the band has been vocalist Charlie Harper, originally a singer in Britain's R&B scene (now venerated as the godfather of UK punk) the band has continued and thrived. 2010 marked the fifth decade in which the U.K. Subs had continually graced the Punk Rock scene, widely recognised as one of the most consistently and visibly successful punk bands - they maintain and pioneer the true spirit of punk rock, without the compromise and watering-down that has affected so many of their contemporaries. 

Official website

http://www.uksubstimeandmatter.net/

Facebook

@uksubs

Twitter

@UKSubs

RUTS DC

FROM THE BEGINNING
1977-1980 Owen-Fox–Jennings-Ruffy

The Ruts were a reggae-influenced British punk rock band, formed in 1977 at the height of the Punk revolution. They finally released their first single ‘In A Rut’ in early 1979 on the People Unite label . This 7” vinyl was much played and highly regarded by the UK BBC Radio 1 D.J, John Peel. From then on and over the years, the record rightly became what can be considered to be a Punk anthem. There were more to follow, with the singles ‘Babylons Burning’,’ Something that I Said’, ‘Jah War’ (all from the debut album ‘The Crack’) and ‘Staring at the Rude Boys’, ‘West One’ (both featured on the album ‘Grin and Bear It’).The band were quickly established as a major force in U.K music, but by 1980, The Ruts were over. The history and tragedy surrounding the band is much documented – see Wikipedia and the book Love in Vain.

THE CIRCLE
DA CAPO Fox-Jennings-Ruffy

The 3 remaining Ruts felt that they had to continue with their mission. To differentiate between incarnations, they added the initials D.C (Da.Capo) – a musical term for back to the beginning. After 2 albums – ‘Animal Now’ and later ‘Rhythm Collision Volume 1’ with legendary dub producer “Mad Professor” they parted ways to follow their own musical paths. And so it remained until 2007 when sad news of Paul Fox’s illness brought them back together. It was decided to do “One last gig”. With Henry Rollins taking over the lead vocals, the set of timeless classics served as both a celebration of Foxy’s unique talent but also as a belated tribute to original vocalist Malcolm Owen. The second circle was complete.

A NEW REVOLUTION
Jennings–Ruffy-Heggarty

In 2008, Ruffy and Segs returned to “Mad Professors” studio to start a new project -it became ‘Rhythm Collision Vol. 2’. Mixed by Brighton genius “Prince Fatty” – RC2 was released in 2011 and new cycle was set into motion. Enlisting the help of Leigh Heggarty on guitar the new Ruts DC performed in the U.K, Europe, Australia and New Zealand which in turn led to the inevitable step of writing new songs. RutsDC took to the studio once again ,this time to record and create a brand new more “rock” based album. “Music Must Destroy” was released in September 2016, and was extremely well received making No1 – Album of the Year in Vive Le Rock magazine and elsewhere being hailed as “a return to form”. Going from strength to strength, March 2017 will see them as special guests to The Stranglers on a sell out U.K. tour followed by their own gigs in September and November. Revolving and evolving - the circle is unbroken

 Official website

http://www.theruts.co.uk/

 Facebook

@theruts

 Twitter

@therutsdc

EXTREME NOISE TERROR

Extreme Noise Terror are an English hardcore punk band originally formed in Ipswich in 1985. They are considered one of the earliest and most influential European grindcore bands, particularly in the crustgrind fusion genre. Noted for one of the earliest uses of dual vocalists in hardcore, and for recording a number of sessions for BBC Radio 1 DJ John Peel, Extreme Noise Terror started as a crust punk band and helped characterise the early, archetypal grindcore sound with fiercely political lyrics, grinding guitars, extremely fast tempo and often very short songs. the band has a huge history in the underground scene. you can read that here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extreme_Noise_Terror . the band have toured Mexico, Brazil, Chile and Japan in recent years, so this will be a rare east anglian show as headliner to the second stage.

Website

https://extremenoiseterror.bandcamp.com

 Facebook

@extremenoiseterroruk
Twitter@extremenoiset

 

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