About this event:
Bringing a career spanning set with material from across 11 studio albums, including ‘Zeitgeist’ and ‘Levellers’ which peaked at #1 and #2 in the UK charts respectively.
From their early gigs in Brighton in the spring of 1988 — in venues such as The Richmond and The Zap — Levellers were a ‘gang band’ that attracted an instant following. Then as now, just like their heroes The Clash, they represented a potent brew of activism and hedonism. Their music appealed to the head, the heart and the feet in equal measure. The self-styled ghetto kings of downside town, Levellers never looked back. And on and on the river flowed…
FROME – Cheese and Grain
March 30 / 8pm-11pm