Jaded Hearts Club Band, a supergroup of some of the most incredible royalty and performers in British rock and indie music have announced a one off show in at the 100 club in London to be performed on the 3rd of June. The gig will feature some of the most influential and important names in UK guitar music performing a selection of Beatles covers and revised arrangements.
We are pleased to announce that The Jaded Hearts Club Band are here on June 3rd.
They are a ‘supergroup’ formed of members from some of the worlds most iconic rock bands, and they have joined forces to create the ultimate Beatles cover band. pic.twitter.com/IaXfWNwVOa
— The 100 Club (@100clubLondon) May 21, 2019
The Jaded Hearts Club Band, a play on words of St Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, are a super-group made up of Matt Bellamy (Muse) Graham Coxon (Blur) Miles Kane (The Rascals & The Last Shadow Puppets) Nic & Chris Chester (Jet) Sean Payne (The Zutons) and James Davis (Solo Performer). Together they will form one of the most incredible Beatles tribute acts the world has even seen. The band have previously performed together last year, and fans are in for an absolute treat at the 100 Club this July.
Fans of The Beatles and the respective band members are understandable ecstatic at the news of a new Jaded Hearts Club Band performance, especially after the success and popularity of events last year. Tickets have been in high demand with some fans even complaining about their inaccessibility. All profits from this years show will go to Shooting Stars children’s hospice in London.
GET IN! Sat on a busy in traffic due to the WW2 bomb in Kingston…but still managed to bag tickets to The Jaded Hearts Club Band gig at @100clubLondon #TJHCB with @MilesKaneMusic @MattBellamy @nic_cester @chriscester #FuckKnowsHow pic.twitter.com/uBf9YFaLZY
— Peter Elston (@woodcuttersson) May 24, 2019
@TicketmasterUK page refreshed at exactly 9am for Jaded Hearts Club Band and instantly no tickets – if they end up on resale sites for hundreds of pounds – very disappointing. Sort it out.
— Tom Love (@TomLoveMusician) May 24, 2019
Describing the success of the band’s previous performances The NME wrote “Decked out in all black with leather jackets, turtle-necks and Chelsea boots reminiscent of the Fab Four’s look during their Hamburg years, the line-up of Bellamy and Coxon along with Nine Inch Nails’ Ilan Rubin, Jet’s Chris Cester, The Zutons’ Sean Payne and guitarist Jamie Davis, the supergroup tore through a selection of The Beatles’ rockier numbers.”