What’s on: Win tickets to Paul Weller/Jam tribute night

11:13 26 October 2012

Modfathers

Modfathers

Archant

A PAUL Weller/Jam tribute band - recognised as the number one Weller tribute band according to the man himself! -

is set to perform at Saffron Walden Town Hall later this month.

The Modfathers have toured extensively throughout the UK and Europe. They will be performing all the early Jam hits through to Weller’s solo material. Audiences will be amazed at the uncanny resemblance in vocals, appearance and movement that lead singer Tony Brown has to the man himself. If you love Paul Weller you will love the Modfathers.

The gig is on Friday November 30. Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets, £11 in advance (£13 on the door) from saffrontickets.com or the Tourist Information Centre (01799 524002).

The Reporter has TWO pairs of tickets to giveaway for the gig. Simply answer the following question:

What band did Paul Weller play in?

A - The Marmalade

B - The Jam

C - The Gravy

E-mail your answer, and include your name and a contact telephone number, to myentry@archant.co.uk by 12noon on November 23.

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