Marking 40 years since his debut album Power In The Darkness, expect Tom Robinson and his band to be at their incendiary best.
Known today as a broadcaster - hosting three shows a week on BBC 6 Music - Tom first made a name with his punk era hits 2-4-6-8 Motorway and Up Against The Wall. A staunch advocate for Rock Against Racism and LGBT rights, his anthem Glad To Be Gay became a Top 20 hit (despite a ban by Radio 1). He's co-written songs with Elton John, Peter Gabriel and released 12 solo albums. With support from Lee Forsyth-Griffiths, hear his classic songs performed by a veteran artist at the top of his game.