!(feature_l)http://relayer.s3.amazonaws.com/articles/spreads/4f7a12f16aab1900010002ad.jpg!Live From Jodrell Bank has revealed more acts for one of the outdoor concerts in the shadow of the iconic Lovell telescope. On Saturday, June 23rd Elbow perform a sold out show but tickets are still available for Sunday, June 24th headlined by Paul Weller.
Supporting the Modfather will be Graham Coxon, the Blur lead guitarist and solo artist who just released his highly-anticipated 8th solo album A + E. His records mix alt-rock, folk and lo-fi with consummate ease, revered by his musical peers and described by Noel Gallagher as ‘the most gifted guitarist of his generation’. He previously collaborated with Weller on the single “This Old Town” and picked up the Outstanding Contribution To Music Award with Blur at the NME Awards.
Joining Weller and Coxon on the Sunday are Baxter Dury who will showcase the psychedelic pop joy of his Happy Soup album. Little Barrie will also play having worked with Primal Scream, The Chemical Brothers, Spiritualized and Paul Weller himself. Currently residing at number one in the album chart with Sonik Kicks, Weller himself has further confirmed his reputation as a huge part of British Culture.
The Live From Jodrell Bank series marries science and music: throughout each day attendees will be able to participate in hands-on experiments and workshops on site. This year the Science Arena at Live from Jodrell Bank will be expanding beyond the stars and with full access to the Discovery centre included in every ticket. Explore the wonders of the universe and find out for yourself why stargazing has enjoyed a massive resurgence in the past few years.
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