Date: Sunday 29th October 2017
The Start to ’77 – an evening with Rick Buckler
2017 will be the 40th anniversary of The Jam’s first 2 albums “In The City” and “This Is The Modern World”.
In this graphic novel The Jam’s drummer Rick Buckler tells the story of the bands evolution from the early days up until the end of 1977.
This evening also puts the spotlight on his NEW book THE START TO ’77..again a unique book in the fact its illustrated in comic book style…can this band get any better.
Copies of the book along with other goodies will be available on the night…so get with it and get along.
This will be a collectable book and a must have for any Jam fan as it is limited to just 1000 paperback copies and 100 hardbacks and all hand numbered and signed by Rick.
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