News: Punk Rock And Roll Art Show Opens Tonight

The Fallen Leaves are headlining the opening night of the annual Punk, Rock and Roll Art show  at the Underdog Art Gallery, London SE1- 26-29th October 2018

The highly anticipated annual Punk Rock and Roll Art Show will open tonight Friday 26th October 2018 with live performances from true punk heroes and artwork by legends of the 1977 punk scene and onwards.

Now it is fifth year, the show has built a reputation for hosting exclusive and new art by musicians from various punk, rock and roll bands and their friends as well as a storming opening party.

The Punk Rock And Roll Art Show is a free exhibition showcasing original affordable artwork which runs daily from Saturday- Monday 27-29th October 11-7pm with an evening launch party which takes place on Friday 26th October 6.30pm- 1am at the Underdog Art Gallery, London SE1.

Highlights in this year exhibition includes an artistic collaboration by Members guitarist and songwriter JC Carroll with famed record sleeve designer, Malcolm Garrett, (‘Spiral Scratch EP, Buzzocks –‘Orgasm Addict’). The limited edition range of fluorescent ink prints, poster and t-shirts entitled Bin Bomb Skull Face, will be on sale exclusively at the show.

The launch party always has some special guests and this year is no exception with gentleman’s punk band, The Fallen Leaves headlining the show. Formed by founding members of the Subway Sect

Artists exhibiting their exclusive art creations include; Gaye Black – Adverts, Charlie Harper – UK Subs, Chris Bashford – Chelsea, Knox- Vibrators, J C Caroll – The Members, Chris Musto – Johnny Thunders, Ray Gange – The RudeBoy and Clash , Chris Sullivan- Blue Ronda, Nicky Tesco – The Members, Spizz – Spizz Energi, Luke Morgan – The Highliners, Gerry Laffy – Girl, John Taylor, Ultravox,, Mick Negative- Anti Pasti, Charles Chaos – The Jerks, Nick Cash – The Members, John Robb- The Membranes, Neil Gabbitas- The Rebelles Ashley Reaks, Roxy historian and curator, Jane Palm Gold and punk rock historian Gary Loveridge.