Joe Strummer track to get exclusive radio play

Clash legend will be aired on BBC

Joe Strummer is to be played exclusively on BBC Radio Ulster‘s Late Show on Friday (June 22).

The previously unplayed track ‘Divorcing Jack’ was written by The Clash singer for a film of the same name, but it was never used.

Divorcing Jack author Colin Bateman had kept the recording secret until now, but the song will be played in a Late Show special dedicated to the singer.


Presented by Stuart Bailie, the programme will feature tributes from local fans and associates.

Bailie will also replay a vintage interview between himself and Strummer.

To hear the exclusive programme, tune in to BBC Radio Ulster at 10PM on June 22.


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