• U.K. Subs play The Studio, Widnes, England

LINE UP:
Charlie Harper

(vocals & harmonica)
Jet – guitar
Alvin Gibbs – bass
Jamie Oliver – drums

 

Charlie  Harper - vocals & harmonica - click image to enlarge. Photograph courtesy of Jez Keefe. No copying of Jez's work without permission. www.jezkeefephotography.com Jet - guitar - click image to enlarge. Photograph courtesy of Jez Keefe. No copying of Jez's work without permission. www.jezkeefephotography.com Alvin Gibbs - bass - click image to enlarge. Photograph courtesy of Jez Keefe. No copying of Jez's work without permission. www.jezkeefephotography.com Jamie Oliver - drums- click image to enlarge. Photograph courtesy of Jez Keefe. No copying of Jez's work without permission. www.jezkeefephotography.com

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The following review of this gig is from the FXFmag website:

The Studio, Lacey Street Widnes, April 30th 2011. Masters of Punk presented The Last Gang in Town supporting die-hard punk idealist, UK SUBS.

What a night it was! ‘Last Gang in Town’ took to the stage all brazen and punk like, ripping and rewrapping old classics as if London was still burning and Anarchy in the UK was still very much alive. Never mind the bollocks, or should I say never mind the sound system at the start of the night, these fella’s sucked it in and spat it out ten times louder. Fookin respect!

Intermissions, then it was time for the ‘UK SUBS’, not only did they take to the stage, but they doused it in punk fuelled powered energy, that ignited the crowd.

Launching into their old classics such as Tomorrows Girl, Living in a Car, Strangle Hold, the ‘old classics’ adage seemed to pale into insignificance as I quickly realised that these ‘old classics’ will always be young, and will never die. With a couple of new numbers thrown in as well, this night was a night to remember.

Charlie Harper is a living breathing punk legend, and as usual, never stopping for breath or time, and forever keeping alive the spirit of 76- 79.

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