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We are the Clash: The Last Stand of a Band That Mattered

Please note: This event has already occurred.
For many Clash fans, the band ended on September 1983, when guitarist Mick Jones was fired from the band, leaving singer/guitarist Joe Strummer and bassist Paul Simonon to soldier on with new musicians on what became the Clash's final album, "Cut the Crap." With the exception of the remarkable single "This is England," the album was, unfortunately, crap. (The album was left entirely off the career-spanning "Clash on Broadway" box set and out of the documentary "Westway to the World.") Local author and Positive Force founder Marc Andersen is currently working on a book about this period of the Clash's history, including the band's busking tours and recording sessions. He'll show rare footage and tell little-heard stories while discussing his research for "We are the Clash" at St. Stephen's. Admission is free, though you're encouraged to donate to the book's Kickstarter campaign.