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Formed: 1976 (38 years ago)


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The Jam exploded onto the punk scene in 1977. Led by guitarist/singer Paul Weller, a young, sharp suited mod, who was inspired by Otis Redding, Dr Feelgood, The Who and the Sex Pistols in equal measure, with Bruce Foxton, the Motown influenced bassist and Rick Buckler, the metronome time keeper, they delivered their ferocious mission statement – In The City, a musical tribute to London over three minutes of aggressive urgency.

The Jam went on to produce 9 Top 10 UK singles and 4 Top 10 UK albums including ‘The Gift’ which reached Number 1 in 1982. From their debut in 1977 through to their ... Read more

The Jam exploded onto the punk scene in 1977. Led by guitarist/singer Paul Weller, a young, sharp suited mod, who was inspired by Otis Redding, Dr Feelgood, The Who and the Sex Pistols in equal measure, with Bruce Foxton, the Motown influenced bassist and Rick Buckler, the metronome time keeper, they delivered their ferocious mission statement – In The City, a musical tribute to London over three minutes of aggressive urgency.

The Jam went on to produce 9 Top 10 UK singles and 4 Top 10 UK albums including ‘The Gift’ which reached Number 1 in 1982. From their debut in 1977 through to their break up at the height of their success in December 1982, the group had 19 consecutive Top 40 singles in the UK, an astonishing achievement which has led them to be seen as one of the most successful and ground –breaking out of all of the punk rock bands from the late 70’s and early 80’s.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The Jam exploded onto the punk scene in 1977. Led by guitarist/singer Paul Weller, a young, sharp suited mod, who was inspired by Otis Redding, Dr Feelgood, The Who and the Sex Pistols in equal measure, with Bruce Foxton, the Motown influenced bassist and Rick Buckler, the metronome time keeper, they delivered their ferocious mission statement – In The City, a musical tribute to London over three minutes of aggressive urgency.

The Jam went on to produce 9 Top 10 UK singles and 4 Top 10 UK albums including ‘The Gift’ which reached Number 1 in 1982. From their debut in 1977 through to their break up at the height of their success in December 1982, the group had 19 consecutive Top 40 singles in the UK, an astonishing achievement which has led them to be seen as one of the most successful and ground –breaking out of all of the punk rock bands from the late 70’s and early 80’s.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The Jam exploded onto the punk scene in 1977. Led by guitarist/singer Paul Weller, a young, sharp suited mod, who was inspired by Otis Redding, Dr Feelgood, The Who and the Sex Pistols in equal measure, with Bruce Foxton, the Motown influenced bassist and Rick Buckler, the metronome time keeper, they delivered their ferocious mission statement – In The City, a musical tribute to London over three minutes of aggressive urgency.

The Jam went on to produce 9 Top 10 UK singles and 4 Top 10 UK albums including ‘The Gift’ which reached Number 1 in 1982. From their debut in 1977 through to their break up at the height of their success in December 1982, the group had 19 consecutive Top 40 singles in the UK, an astonishing achievement which has led them to be seen as one of the most successful and ground –breaking out of all of the punk rock bands from the late 70’s and early 80’s.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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