The Earlies to round off the week tonight at the 100 Club celebrating the 100th issue of Uncut…

Ed Harcourt and SONS AND DAUGHTERS have both played triumphant gigs this week at LONDON’s legendary 100 CLUB to celebrate UNCUT’s 100th issue.

And tonight sees The Earlies round off a successful week of shows with a headlining performance at the seminal venue.

Support will come from Amusement Parks On Fire and Hayley Hutchinson.

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Uncut’s 100th issue is on sale now and features 100 rock and movie icons talking about the music and films that changed out world.

It features exclusive interviews with Chris Martin, Noel Gallagher, Keith Richards, Elvis Presley and Brian Wilson.

Paul McCartney topped the poll of the most influential music, movie and television moments with his song ’Like A Rolling Stone’.

David Bowie’s ’Heartbreak Hotel’ came in second place with David Bowie voting the song as his number one choice, saying: “It’s the way he sings it as if he is singing from the depths of Hell. His phrasing, use of echo, it’s all so beautiful. Musically it’s perfect”.

The Beatles’ ’She Loves You’ was third in the countdown.

The Rolling Stones’ ’(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ took fourth place, followed by Stanley Kubrick’s ’A Clockwork Orange’ – making it the most important film of modern times.

’The Godfather’ and ’The Godfather II’ films made sixth position in the poll and [/a]’s ’Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust’ was voted in at seven.

Uncut editor Allan Jones said: “This list has been a massive undertaking and considering which films have had a greater cultural impact than [a] for example has fuelled many discussions. What we have been left with is [a][/a] as the most seminal artistic statement of the last five decades – but I’m sure others will disagree.”