After successfully launching their new album ‘Chrome’, The Screaming Jets are back on the road with the ‘Go Hard or Go Chrome’ tour, which stops into Belmont 16s on Saturday 21st October. Newcastle Live’s Nikki Taylor caught up with Paul this week for a chat about the show.
INTERVIEW: Paul Woseen
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Go Hard or Go Chrome tour
The Screaming Jets Live at Belmont 16s
October 21, 2016
General admission tickets are now on sale online and from the Front Desk at Belmont 16s for $45, or you can book online via the club’s website.
ABOUT: The Screaming Jets
The Screaming Jets are one of Australia’s premier long standing rock bands. With years of touring, multiple hit singles and numerous famous albums to their name the band are synonymous with what Australian rock’n’roll fans expect.
Born out of previous bands in the NSW district of Newcastle, singer Dave Gleeson and his mate, songwriter and bass player, Paul Woseen have progressed the group through various line ups until arriving at the sensational set of five players who currently perform and record The Jets unique blend of lyrics, riffs and chords.
Few bands can claim the track record of music released by The Screaming Jets. Since their entry into the album market during1991 the group has sent forth a half a dozen albums titled All For One, Tear Of Thought, The Screaming Jets, World Gone Crazy, Scam and Do Ya.
2016 is a another exciting milestone in their career when the band will release their latest studio offering titled “Chrome”. It’s a moment about which they are very f#$kin’ excited.
Building upon decades of world wide success, this new offering promises to maintain the group’s solid reputation for delivering quality albums to their fans while, at the same time, cutting an even deeper groove into the maturity of their rhythm, lyrics and melody.
The Screaming Jets are Dave Gleeson (Vocals) – Paul Woseen (Bass, Songwriting) – Mickl Sayer (Drums) – Jimi Hocking (Guitar) – Scott Kingman (Guitar)
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