The upcoming national tour for The Screaming Jets is going to be something very special, for fans and the band alike. The iconic rock band, originally from Newcastle, will be celebrating 25 years – yes, a quarter of a century – of great Aussie rock. 25 years seems like a hell of a long time to stick at one job, but when your job is to rock out as much as you can – it can feel like it’s flying by in the blink of an eye.
With 6 studio albums under their belt, and literally thousands of gigs throughout the world from one horse towns to global meccas, the Jets have been there and done that….when it comes to this crazy rock n roll circus. To celebrate this massive milestone The Screaming Jets are heading back on the road in October to celebrate with all their fans and friends round this big brown rocking land.
There is also an element of disbelief that the band that started with mates gigging around their home town in the late 80’s has reached such a milestone, releasing some of the country’s most iconic songs along the way. With tracks like Better, Helping Hand, October Grey, Sad Song and their revered cover of Shivers, The Screaming Jets have become part of the Australian music psyche.
The Screaming Jets won’t just be celebrating a quarter of a century on their upcoming tour, but also sharing tracks from their as yet untitled new album, of all fresh material. The ethos of the band has always put importance on the band members creating new material – putting their mark on the words and music. Bass player Paul Woseen has been writing tracks, as has Dave and during the times the band are together, they’ve also been penning tracks for the upcoming release. It seems that writing their albums feeds their desire to go on the road.
Gearing up for a massive celebration as they hit the road from October, The Screaming Jets are bringing the best of the best to audiences around the country. After their massive tour in 2013, these new dates are highly anticipated and it’s not just the fans that are looking forward to it. Pearl has been told that the boys can’t wait to get back on the road in Australian again. It will be your chance to see the boys in full flight Friday 28th November at the Hallam Hotel.


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