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Paul Weller Fan Reviews (180) 4.8
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At last, I finally got to see him

I love the Leas Cliff venue so I knew the viewing would be great. It's a wide but shallow venue so you get a brilliant view wherever you are. Never been disappointed by the venue. Then comes Mr Weller. Wow! Over 2 hours of fantastic music and he never waned once. This was a present for my partner so it was truly wonderful Paul played Man In The Corner Shop which is my partner's favourite of the Jam tracks. Paul and his band performed a great mixture of old and very new - one track which isn't even out in any form. A track from an up coming film was so good too. I don't think I need say this but I will, but Paul Weller is worth his weight in gold. Go see him if you get the chance. You won't be disappointed :)

Posted by Michelle Emery on 13/04/2017

Paul Weller, Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone - 12th April 2017

The is mod is still modern

Well, this was my first time of seeing Paul Weller live in concert , and he did,nt disappoint and really delivered a good value for money show and performance . It,s great to see that Mr Weller still has a appetite and enthusiasm to still gig and play at smaller venues like Folkestone last night . He played initially for 90 minutes playing new songs from his soon the be released new cd , along with Welller standards like Wildwood and You do something to me , which brought the house down ! After a brief break , Weller and his brilliant band came back for 2 encores , the first was an acoustic set of 5 songs of new an old songs and then he returned again for a 2nd encore . Boy does he give his fans wanting more , giving excellent value for money . So , thanks Paul for a great night out that did,nt disappoint ! One final observation , is that Mr Weller dropped quite a few songs into the set that are currently new to his fans , as the new cd is not out yet , I think was a brave decision to play these songs when diehard fans might be expecting to hear his classic tracks . On a lighter note , Paul fluffed the lyric to one of his songs , so as the professional that he is , he stopped the band , apologised forgetting the first line of the song , then seamlessly started again like nothing happened. We all applauded his honesty of this situation but laughed with him at it . As an musician and entertainer of 40 years , on last nights performance , it gives me great pleasure to say that Paul Weller looks to be enjoyed playing live and is still very much relevant and also contemporary ...... Long may that remain ! I will without doubt go and see him again next time he is on tour . Thanks Paul !

Posted by Chris D on 13/04/2017

Paul Weller, Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone - 12th April 2017

Great Night

Great set list, great performance. You could tell straightaway that he was really putting on a top show.

Posted anonymously on 10/04/2017

Paul Weller, Mountford Hall, Liverpool - 9th April 2017

Magnificent

As ever a spectacular show old and new songs Paul Weller never lets the side down energetic and mesmerising performance

Posted by Richie on 10/04/2017

Paul Weller, Mountford Hall, Liverpool - 9th April 2017

Fantastic

Weller again proved he is the man ,fantastic live show as always ,he never fails to deliver a top show .👍

Posted by John Milman on 06/04/2017

Paul Weller, Doncaster Dome, Doncaster - 5th April 2017

Modfather Paul Weller first rose to fame as the frontman of mod revival power trio The Jam before leading the blue-eyed soul band Style Council to his latest incarnation as a solo artist. From penning such firebrand punk anthems as “Going Underground” to wildly pop smash hit singles like "Walls Come Tumbling Down!" and timeless classics including "You Do Something to Me" – the Changingman continues to be a vital voice in British pop.


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