17 March 2011
Jez Kerr live @ The Social, London 28.03.11 
Jez Kerr out of A Certain Ratio continues his ongoing series of live solo dates with a headline show at The Social in London on Monday 28 March 2011.

Jez will be appearing with his full band comprising Si Wolstencroft (The Fall, Ian Brown) Drums, Tintin (New Order) Keyboards and Keo (Higuera) Guitar, Keyboards.

Tickets are £5 on the door.

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