Paul Weller comes to the Cliffs

The incredible Paul Weller is back on the road this autumn with his rescheduled tour dates, including a night at Southend’s Cliffs Pavilion on November 23.

The tour follows the success of his latest No.1 album “Fat Pop (Volume 1)” – his 16th solo album since the release of his self-titled debut in 1992.

Weller is one of the most respected figures in British popular music after a career which has seen him write some of the most memorable songs of the past 45 years including Eton Rifles, Going Underground and A Town Called Malice while leading legendary band The Jam, then as The Style Council before finally going solo with a resurgent Wild Wood, Sunflower and the 1995 classic album Stanley Road.

Never one to rest on his laurels, Weller is constantly moving forward which is why to the present day he is an artist who continues to entrance fans both new and old.

Tickets are sure to be snapped up very fast so to book call the Cliffs Paviion box office on 0343 310 0030 or go online to:


Mick Ferris

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