Archived Friday 8th February 2019 - SALVATION JAYNE + Support - at The Alexander Centre

Riding the wave of their self-titled EP, up and coming Canterbury rockers Salvation Jayne bring their signature sound to Faversham's historic Alexander Centre. Support comes from Grapefruit, MUTO and Highgarden.

Salvation Jayne
"F******* brilliant" - Topper Headon, Drummer, The Clash.

"Salvation Jayne are turning quite a few heads at the moment" - Planet Rock Radio

Salvation Jayne are a young, female driven alt-rock band with a distinctive dirty sound which combines elements of rock, nu wave and blues.

The band formed in 2013 and have worked hard paying their dues and earning the respect of music fans across the UK, due to their charisma and energetic live performances.


Grapefruit are an emerging unsigned female and LGBT+ fronted alternative band based in the Southeast. Their influences come from Warpaint, Beach house, Lykke Li, The Smiths & New Order.

M.U.T.O are a three piece from Kent who survive on the pure energy produced from the primordial soup of riff-driven disco-funk-rock.


Progressive alternative rock from Faversham, entwining intricate instrumentals and heavy riffs with post-rock atmospherics and powerful vocals.

Doors 7:30pm
Bands 8pm+

E-Tickets £4.50 @
or Entry OTD £6

E-ticket holders will be drawn at random the day before the event and the winner be given £10 to spend on the merch stand, courtesy of Tritium Music!

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