ROCKING: The Screaming Jets at Harvey Road Tavern.
ROCKING: The Screaming Jets at Harvey Road Tavern. Mike Richards GLA110915NITE

The Screaming Jets get to the Heart of the Matter in Gladstone

THE Screaming Jets outfit is a crowd favourite for Gladstone rockers and it will return to our city early next year.

Following a great turnout to the last gig in Glasdtone in September last year, the Australian old-school rock band will return to play at Harvey Road Tavern in February.

The band is back on the road to deliver tunes from its top-30 charted album, Chrome.

While the tour starts in October, the band will have a short break before playing a handful of Queensland venues.

Harvey Road Tavern shared the news on its Facebook page yesterday, with tickets available online.

The Screaming Jets formed in Newcastle in 1989, with front man Dave Gleeson on vocals, Grant Walmsley on guitar and Paul Woseen on bass guitar.

Other founding members were guitarist Richard Lara and former The Radiators drummer Brad Heaney.

The band has three albums that made the top five on the ARIA charts.

Its latest release, Chrome, reached No.2 on the Independent Music Charts, and 10 on the ARIA Australian Artist Charts.

Fans should expect a loud, full-of-energy live show from the Jets, nothing short of what the band delivered 30 years ago.



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