The universal appeal of the music of The Clash, together with the passion and experience of this band, have gained Broadway Clash accolades wherever they play- and this is not only from ardent Clash fans. The core of the band have been playing together since 1977, headlining and supporting bands including The Damned and Eddie & The Hot Rods along the way.
Hear the best loved songs of The Clash, as well as some rarely heard gems, played live again- as they should be. By Clash fans, for Clash fans.
Broken Idols are a London-based 4 piece, playing post-punk inspired original songs. Their raking guitar lines, driving bass and metronomic drums would not have been out of place at The Roxy in ’77, or the 100 Club in 1980. You like the Clash- you’re going to love Broken Idols.
Dave Underhand (ex-Lightning Strike) will be playing a selection of songs acoustically, from the Band of the Underhand’s album ‘A Long Way Home’. Described as “lyrical punk for those who still listen” – “if Springsteen came from South London, he would sound like this”.