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Oct

18

Death Or Glory The Clash Barnsley Birdwell Venue

(featuring Death Or Glory - A Tribute To The Clash)

Venue: Barnsley Birdwell Venue

Death or Glory are a young tribute to the only band that mattered – The Clash.

Formed on International Clash Day in 2023 by Tom Mannion, Death or Glory was created with the aim of creating a tribute to The Clash that is as like-for-like as possible. He was soon joined by Sam Smith, a Joe Strummer tribute act with an eye for detail and love for The Clash that matched that of Mannion. With the addition of Jack Newton’s razor sharp drums and the multi-faceted abilities of Matt Baron (Keys, Guitars, Harmonica, Percussion) the band had all the ingredients they needed to rereate the studio sound of The Clash in the live arena.

Early gigs in Manchester proved incredibly successful with attendances more than doubling with every gig and reviews and hype surrounding the band getting louder and louder. By the just the 4th show, they were playing to sell out crowds and the tour-de-force that is Death or Glory – Tribute to The Clash raced into 2024.

The band pride themselves on not just recreating the sound of The Clash but the look and feel too with equipment, stage antics, clothes and attitudes that match their counterparts delivering a sound and experience as close to the spirit of The Clash that you will ever see.

Death or Glory – Tribute to The Clash have just one aim; to keep the music, spirit and message of The Clash alive and in music venues for All the Young Punks (and not-so-young) to experience a show as close to the real thing as possible. Old punks of 77 call them “the closest I’ve ever seen to the real thing…and I’ve seen them all, including The Clash” whilst young punks marvel at a live show they never thought they’d get to see. If you’re looking for The Last Gang in Town, look no further.

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