Guitarist made appearance at Victoria Hall venue last night (March 12)
Mick Jones of The Clash joined Paul Weller onstage in Stoke last night (March 12).
The guitarist joined Weller for a performance of ‘The Changingman’. This live appearance marks the first time that Jones and Weller have ever played together.
Jones recently produced the debut single for new band Sugarmen, who are supporting Weller on his tour of the UK. There are two dates left on the tour, including a gig in Cambridge tonight (March 13) and one in Southend on Saturday.
Paul Weller releases his new album ‘Saturn’s Pattern’ in May and will embark on a UK arena tour in November. The record, which will be released on May 11, was written and recorded at Black Barn Studios in Surrey and produced by Jan Kybert and Weller himself.
‘Saturn’s Pattern’ will be Weller’s 12th album and the follow-up to 2012’s ‘Sonik Kicks’. Musicians on the record include Steve Cradock, Andy Crofts, Ben Gordelier, Steve Pilgrim, Syd Arthur and The Strypes’ Josh McClorey.
Paul Weller will play:
Brighton Centre (November 20)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (21)
Bournemouth BIC (22)
Glasgow SSE Hydro (24)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (25)
Birmingham Barclaycard Arena (27)
Manchester Arena (28)
Leeds First Direct Arena (29)
London Eventim Apollo (December 4, 5)
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