Uncut books talent for '100 issues' gigs at 100 Club

LONDON - IPC media's music and movie magazine Uncut is celebrating its 100th issue with a series of three gigs at London's 100 Club, headlined by Sons & Daughters, Ed Harcourt and The Earlies.

The gigs are on consecutive nights from next Wednesday, bookending the issue's appearance on newsstands on Thursday. More details and tickets are available from nme.com.

The 100 Club has hosted bands including the Sex Pistols, the Rolling Stones, The Clash and Oasis during its 60-year history.

Andrew Sumner, publisher of the magazine, said: "To reach the milestone of 100 top-quality issues is reason enough for a party; to host these fantastic artists across three nights in such a special venue is, quite simply, a rare pleasure."

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