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Stourbridge rockers Ned's Atomic Dustbin to celebrate anniversary with hometown shows

By Rebecca Sayce | Stourbridge | Music | Published:

Stourbridge rockers Ned's Atomic Dustbin will play a special anniversary show later this year.

Ned's Atomic Dustbin. Picture by: Steve Gullick

The group will celebrate 30 years since the release of debut E.P. Ingredients with two shows at Stourbridge Town Hall.

Singer Jonn Penney says: "Looks like we're finally coming home.

"Thirty years since we released The Ingredients E.P. we're finally going to get to play the songs in Stourbridge.

"It's a homecoming that has been a long time coming - and Rat will probably remind us all again that he's from Sedgley not Stourbridge - but I think 30 years is long enough to leave it.

"We can't wait to play the town hall - it'll feel like a new venue to us because it's been such a long time."

Released in April 1990, The Ingredients E.P. was the first of three releases by the band for Birmingham based Chapter 22 Records.

Songs from this release included Grey Green Cell, which went on to be a hit.

Ned's Atomic Dustbin will play Stourbridge Town Hall on December 4 and 5.

For more information and to buy tickets, click here.

Rebecca Sayce

By Rebecca Sayce
@becci_star

Entertainment journalist for Express & Star and Shropshire Star. Contact me: rebecca.sayce@expressandstar.co.uk

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