Paul Weller brings his sons onstage at Wembley Arena gig

Mammoth 28-song set also features UK rapper Devlin

Paul Weller brought his UK arena tour to a close in London last night (December 10) with a set that included five Jam songs and some very unexpected guests.

His eldest son Natt, resplendent in dark sunglasses, joined his father on guest guitar during ‘Echoes Round The Sun’ at the Wembley Arena gig.

Later, before ‘Up The Dosage’, Weller tried to coerce more members of his family onstage, succeeding in getting five-year-old Mac to play tambourine.

The night’s third and final guest came in the shape of UK rapper Devlin, who rhymed over ‘Fast Car/Slow Traffic’, as he does on the remix of the recent single.

The set was followed by two encores, the second of which included the now-traditional version of The Jam‘s ‘Art School’ with keyboardist Andy Crofts on lead vocals.

Paul Weller played:

‘Peacock Suit’
‘7 & 3 Is the Striker’s Name’
‘From The Floorboards Up’
’22 Dreams’
‘That Dangerous Age’
‘Into Tomorrow’
‘Have You Made Up Your Mind’
‘Around The Lake’
‘Aim High’
‘The Eton Rifles’
‘Porcelain Gods’
‘Echoes Round The Sun’
‘Dust And Rocks’
‘Up The Dosage’
‘No Tears To Cry’
‘You Do Something To Me’
‘One Bright Star’
‘Pieces Of A Dream’
‘Wake Up the Nation’
‘Fast Car/Slow Traffic’
‘Pretty Green’
‘Broken Stones’
‘That’s Entertainment’
‘Art School’
‘Come On/Let’s Go’

Earlier in the tour, Weller was joined onstage by The Coral’s James Skelly and Primal Scream bassist Mani during a gig at Manchester’s MEN Arena.