The legendary and groundbreaking Jah Wobble has announced extensive touring plans for this year. The Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of The Heart dates revolve around a number of Metal Box Rebuilt In Dub shows which rework the second Public Image Ltd album with additional tracks from the debut album First Issue. The Metal Box dates feature Jon Klein, ex-guitarist with Siouxsie & The Banshees.

Jah Wobble is an English bassist, singer and composer. He began his music career as founding member of PiL in 1978 with Keith Levene and former Sex Pistols front man John Lydon and quickly became known for his distinctive bass style, combining elements of dub, funk and world music. During his time with PiL, Wobble played on some of the band’s most acclaimed albums, including Metal Box and First Issue, and collaborated with Keith Levene and Martin Atkins on a number of side projects.

In 1980 Wobble left PiL to pursue a solo career, releasing his debut album The Legend Lives on…Jah Wobble In Betrayal that same year, followed by a string of acclaimed solo albums throughout the 1980s and 1990s. His solo work continued to showcase his unique style alongside his interest in world music, particularly African and Middle Eastern music. He has also collaborated with a wide range of musicians, including Brian Eno, Bjork and Sinead O’Connor, and formed several bands, including Jah Wobble’s Invaders Of The Heart and Jan Wobble & The Chinese Dub Orchestra. His music has been and remains highly influential, particularly in the areas of dub and world music, and his innovative playing style and ability to blend diverse musical styles into a cohesive whole continue to receive accolades.

Wobble is also a prolific writer, having published books on music, politics and spirituality, and is renowned for his interest in Eastern philosophy having written extensively on the subject. He remains a highly influential musician and artist who has made a significant impact on the world of music and beyond, making him a truly original and important figure in the history of music. He has stories to tell and recounts them with charm, with humour and with honesty. His latest solo album, The Bus Routes Of South London, was written and recorded on buses in South London. Of course it was.



Date Venue
Sat 27th Strummercamp (Oldham)


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Tue 6th Brewery Kendal
Fri 9th Ulster Sports Club Belfast
Sat 10th The Grand Social Dublin


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Sat 15th Tung Auditorium Liverpool (Chinese Dub)


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Wed 25th Phoenix Exeter (Metal Box)
Thu 26th Rescue Rooms Nottingham (Metal Box)
Fri 27th 1865 Southampton
Sat 28th The Ropewalk Barton on Humber


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Wed 1st The Quay Theatre Sudbury
Thu 2nd The Forum Tunbridge Wells
Fri 3rd The Venue Worthing
Sat 4th Camden Forge London
Wed 8th Lighthouse Deal
Thu 9th Epic Norwich (Metal Box)
Fri 10th Holroyd Arms Guildford (Metal Box)
Sat 11th MK11 Milton Keynes
Wed 15th St Lukes Glasgow (Metal Box)
Thu 16th La Belle Angele Edinburgh (Metal Box)
Thu 23rd Blues Kitchen Manchester
Fri 24th The Wardrobe Leeds


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Fri 1st The Old Bakery Truro (Metal Box)
Sat 2nd The Globe Cardiff
Thu 7th Edgehill University Arts Centre Ormskirk
Sat 9th Thekla Bristol (Metal Box)

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