Joe Strummer and John Peel Remembrance Sunday
A tribute to a man who inspired us all.....

Sunday, 14 November 2004
2pm - midnight at CONCORDE 2, Madeira Drive, Brighton (on the seafront east of Brighton Pier)
Tickets 10 in advance from:
Concorde 2 (01273) 673311
Rounder Records (01273) 325440
Brighton Dome Box Office (01273) 709709
and on the door.

Following on from last year's successful Joe Strummer Remembrance Sunday, which raised 2,140 for the Strummerville charity, here's the replay! Another fine line up, all donating their services to raise money for the charity set up in Joe's memory by his family to help kids from disadvantaged backgrounds get involved in music.

All profits to Strummerville - The Joe Strummer Foundation for New Music
"Another great day. Thanks to everyone who played, helped and attended! It was very much more a local event this year, and to be honest the publicity wasn't all it could have been (all the listings just put 'Joe Strummer Remembrance Sunday' and didn't say who was playing, which was a pity!) Nevertheless, we raised 845 for Strummerville. Well done everybody!" Attila


2.05-2.40 BEST LEFT DEAD - Peacehaven wild kids!
2.50-3.25 GARAGELAND - Local musicians with their own material: they play Joe's songs really well, and hardly ever, but they will today, in his honour.
3.35-4.10 COMBAT SHOCK - uncompromising melodic punk rock..
4.20-4.55 ANAL BEARD - unique Brighton based punk/jazz/noise experience!
5.05-5.40 THE LOVELY BROTHERS - Shoreham's finest and most surreal, somewhere between Flanders and Swann and Half Man Half Biscuit!
5.50-6.05 HARRY ZEVENBERGEN witty Dutch poet
6.15-6.50 THE FISH BROTHERS - local legends, punk meets music hall in a welter of scatological excess
9.00-9.35 JIM BOB - half of multi hit factory Carter USM, huge hit at last year's event
7.00-7.20 HELEN McCOOKERYBOOK - leader of Brighton's seminal Chefs...
7.30-8.05 MISS BLACK AMERICA - Cambridgeshire mob carrying on Strummer's legacy and then some!
8.15-8.50 ANDY BARON & THE BELIEVERS - wonderful, dance your socks off reggae
9.45-10.20 CHRIS T-T - up and coming songwriter and bandleader getting loads of media acclaim for his "London Is Sinking" album - also wrote "Eminem Is Gay" so is obviously a total hero
10.30-11.05 McDERMOTT'S TWO HOURS - legendary Brighton folk-rockers
11.15-11.50 ZOUNDS - legendary, visionary anarcho-punk pioneers led by Steve Lake
ATTILA THE STOCKBROKER - your host, will do the odd poem in between sets
Plus DJ playing punk/reggae..

Download poster for the event

There will be a warm-up gig on Saturday, November 13 at The Junction, Burgess Hill (01444 258072) featuring Andy Baron & The Believers, Miss Black America and Random Negative.
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