This show was 1st in the global pop chart, 2nd in the global rock chart, 9th in the global soul chart, 9th in the global funk chart and 13th in the global chillout chart.
Vic's musical adventure which has taken him from post-punk to postman began in 1976 when he formed the Subway Sect with assorted South London soul boys, Rob Symmons (aka Simmons/Miller) on guitar, Paul Myers on bass & Ray Price on drums (replaced later in 76 by Paul Packham (aka Smith) then Mark Laff, then Bob Ward).
They formed at the suggestion of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren (who wanted another band for the line-up of the 100 Club Punk Festival) after spotting Vic, Rob & Paul at a Sex Pistols gig. Despite their inexperience, Subway Sect made a successful debut at the festival.
They went on tour with The Clash on their White Riot Tour in 1977, as well as becoming a regular feature on the new Punk scene.
2014 has seen the release of a double album career retrospective '30 Odd Years' & plans for yet more live shows in Blackpool, Stoke, Birmingham, Leek & more.
Thanks to Vic Godard.