It's all in honour of the late Clash legend.
Team Hot Press knows where it’s going to be between August 17 and 19, which is at the one-off Strummer Of Love festival in honour of legendary Clash mainman Joe. Taking place at a secret location in his beloved Somerset – there’s going to be a lot of scrumpy consumed around the campfire! – the 5,000-capacity event will mark the 10th anniversary of his death with contributions from musical friends and admirers. The first 1,001 tickets are on sale now from [link]www.strummeroflove.com[/link] and in a nod to his pre-punk band The 101’ers cost £101. There will be two stages – one outdoors and one in a giant marquee.
Prints of the former Clash frontman's last hand-painted Christmas card created before he died are now availableRead More
The Joe Strummer Foundation For New Music has teamed up with the Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast to create two new rooms for songwriting and rehearsing.Read More
Dublin's punkerati will be out in force to celebrate the legendary Clash manRead More
And it's for charity.Read More
Bono pays tribute to the late Joe Strummer and recalls the seminal Clash gig which proved a revelation for the boys who would become U2.Read More
Bono pays tribute to the much-missed Joe Strummer, the week they were due to record together. Also: sneak preview of Strummer's lyrics for '48864'Read More
hotpress.com re-runs an extensive 1999 interview with Joe Strummer and lets Brian Young, lead singer with legendary northern punks Rudi, explain how The Clash changed his lifeRead More
The death has occurred of Joe Strummer, one of the most important British musicians of the punk era. As lead singer and chief lyricist and ideologist with The Clash, he was central to making some of the finest music of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s.Read More
He may have gone from The Clash to the BBC World Service but, happily, Joe Strummer is still a self-proclaimed "loony and rebel" after all these years. Interview: Olaf TyaransenRead More
Well, it’s too long for a start, but then again this is the man who went from the short, sharp shock of The Clash to the sprawling Sandanista in the space of four albums.Read More
Or should that be The Clash? Well no, actually, cos there's no Clash, Damned or Pistols in 1999. But there's still Joe Strummer, who was there when Shane got his ear bitten off and, 22 years later, is back for his own second bite with THE MESCALEROS.Read More