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This summer, Somerset House, in collaboration with Nice Time Inc Productions, is proud to present...
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This summer, Somerset House, in collaboration with Nice Time Inc Productions, is proud to present The Jam: About the Young Idea. With unprecedented access to The Jam’s archive, Somerset House will curate the first comprehensive exhibition about the extraordinary band whose music immortalised life for Britain’s disenchanted youth during the late 70s and early 80s. Through unseen material and fan memorabilia, the exhibition will chart the trio’s journey from Sheerwater Secondary Modern in Woking to superstardom, kick-started by the release of their debut hit single ‘In The City’, whose lyrics are referenced in the exhibition’s title, and ended six years later with 18 consecutive UK top 40 singles and over 14 million global album sales.

For the very first time, all three members of the band – Paul Weller, Rick Buckler and Bruce Foxton – the Weller family and music archivist Den Davis have opened up their archives, especially for the show.

The exhibition, entitled 'The Jam: About the Young Idea', has been curated by Weller's sister Nicky. The show features handwritten lyrics, stage outfits, photographs, unreleased music videos, instruments and more.

Weller told the Telegraph: "When we were in the band, I would never have thought that some 35-odd years later, there would be an exhibition in our name at Somerset House. How incredible it is to think of all the memorabilia from the band, our families and fans together in one place. What an honour."

Meanwhile, Paul recently said that there's "not enough money in the world" to persuade him to reform The Jam.

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Source: nme / telegraph / somersethouse


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