Punk & Disorderly Festival: The Members

Date:Sat 20 Aug 2022
Time:Doors 7pm
Venue:J1 (standing show)
Price:£17 adv

This event has been rescheduled to Sat 20 August 2022. Tickets remain valid for the new date. If you have any questions or queries please contact our box office on tickets@junction.co.uk

 

THE HISTORY OF THE MEMBERS
Formed in Surrey, England, in the summer of 1977, the Members played at the Roxy and all the other Punk clubs on the London circuit..Their first single Solitary confinement was released on Stiff records in 1978 and is now a collectors item, they then signed to Virgin Records Their first Virgin single, The Sound of the Suburbs, was a British Top Ten Hit selling 250,000 copies in 3 months (it has since sold 1,000,000 copies).

Their debut LP, At the Chelsea Nightclub was listed as one of the top 20 punk LP's by record collector. In 1983 they moved to Martin Rushents Electro/80's Label Genetic to record to the classic Uprhythm, Downbeat Album broadening their sound with horns. Working Girl from that album was a huge hit in the USA. Radio was a No1 record in other territories including Australia. During the 80's the Members toured endlessly across north America experiencing the elation of huge shows in New York and Los Angeles.

FROM 70's PUNK to 80's ELECTRO POP to FILM MUSIC AND BACK AGAIN
Since reforming in 2007 The Members have re-established themselves as one of the best bands from the Punk and Post Punk Period, the Current (2019) Line up of JC Carroll, Chris Payne, Nick Cash and Calle Engelmarc have played prestigious shows at the isle of wight and Glastonbury Festivals, toured the World released three albums and played hundreds of Shows, for three years legend of the Damned Rat Scabies was behind the kit..The bands songwriter guitarist JC Carroll is an accomplished Multiinstrumentalist and Film Composer he has played accordian for Marlon Bardo and Johnny Depp and written movie scores for Julien Temple as well as recording his own solo work. , Bass Player and Singer Chris Paynes Reggae Bass style has shaped the Band since 1977 and Fad Gadget Drummer Nick Cash has been a constant, collaborator, friend and
supporter for over 15 years.

Since 2009 Band have recorded three studio Albums and two live albums. The latest record being “Version” an album of interpretations commissioned by Cleopatra Records in the USA and released in July 2019.

Support:

THE NEWTOWN NEUROTICS
Harlow boys and original 70's Punk legends. Full of passion, energy, they mean what they sing. Fire 'n Skill.

SUBCULTURE
University city Punk/Oi! legends. Pete "Bleater" Matthews, Screamer in chief sings loud & clear.

CHERRY B
Punk poetry, spoken word, compere & writer.

DJ - FrontLine Sound System's JOHNNY GUNMAN playing a Dub Reggae Special. 

From 19 July, we are taking a cautious approach at Cambridge Junction for the comfort and safety of our audiences, guests and staff. We strongly recommend that our audiences and guests: 

  • Continue to wear a mask indoors following the guidelines that are currently in place unless exempt.
  • Maintain a safe distance from other guests at the event where possible.
  • Do not attend if they are showing any symptoms of COVID-19 or have had a positive test result.

Staff will also continue to follow these guidelines as well as continuing with enhanced cleaning, providing hand sanitiser throughout the building and performing regular lateral flow tests.

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Doors price: t.b.c

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Generally for J1 music events the timings are: doors and box office 7pm, support 8pm, main band 9pm, curfew 11pm. Stage times are normally confirmed after soundchecks have taken place. Once confirmed Cambridge Junction will update the web listings and social media channels.

All prices shown include booking fees.

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