JETS ON THE RAMPAGE AGAIN
TOP NIGHT OUT FOR AUSSIE FANS
THE Screaming Jets will bring their Rock and Roll Rampage tour to Rooty Hill this weekend.
The show will be part of the biggest tour the group has undertaken in years.
The Screaming Jets need no introduction to Australian rock fans - they have been a permanent force on the live music scene since they burst onto the airwaves in 1989 from their hometown, Newcastle.
Their debut album released in the early 1990s, All For One, cemented the band in Australian rock history. Since then, the band hasn’t stopped, producing numerous hits including Helping Hand, October Grey and Sad Song.
Now The Screaming Jets are channelling their formidable rock presence back into their live shows. They can’t wait to hit the road, with lead vocalist Dave Gleeson saying he was looking forward to the challenge.
“Aussie pub stages are a do-ordie environment,” he said.
After their sellout 25th anniversary Atomic 47 tour in 2014, the band got down to business. They spent several months in the studio laying down tracks for their new, highly anticipated album.
“It’ll be a big rock sound in an intimate setting,” Gleeson said of their latest show.
“(We’ll) blast some tracks off our new album, as well as a bunch of songs that people know and love.”
The band has always had a stellar reputation for their live shows, from their rich brand of rock to wild onstage antics.
An evening in the company of The Screaming Jets is an evening revelling in true Australian rock. It’s one that all Rooty Hill fans should enjoy.
The Screaming Jets are back on tour and will play at Rooty Hill RSL Club this Saturday.