The Screaming Jets Announce Re-Loaded 30th Anniversary ‘All For One’ National Tour Dates

It is with MASSIVE excitement that the Screaming Jets announce their re-loaded July to October 2022 tour dates, finally able to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their groundbreaking rock album, All For One.

Presented by Triple M, the tour will kick off on July 22 in Frankston, travelling across Vic, NSW, QLD and WA.

Dave Gleeson said today, “Hey Rockers IT’S ON. The ALL FOR ONE 30th anniversary tour is hitting the road July 22 and we are ALL keen FOR a massive ONE. This is the longest we have been forcibly kept apart. We love playing with each other and hanging out together, so it has been really bloody tough for all of us. Come July, we are back at it and all the shit of the last few years will be in the rear view mirror. THANK F*CK!”

Originating from Newcastle, The Screaming Jets released their debut album All For One in 1991. It peaked at #2 on the ARIA charts. The second single from the album, Better was the song that introduced the band to the world and saw The Screaming Jets embark on their first world tour – to Europe, UK, USA and Canada.

In October 2021, The Screaming Jets released the 30th anniversary edition of All For One, the album making its presence felt once again as it landed straight back into the ARIA charts at #4, also topping the charts as #1 vinyl album!

The current line up re-recorded All For One at the onset of the Covid 19 pandemic with a fresh new take. Overseen by original producer, Steve James, the album has been repackaged with new artwork with a clear reference to the original.

Dave Gleeson said of the recording process: “The plan was always to re-record the album for the 30th anniversary milestone. We just didn’t realise we’d be recording under these circumstances. One of the things that we’ve always loved about the recording studio is that it’s a bunch of blokes, locked away in our own world creating and mucking on. Obviously that option wasn’t open to us due to Covid, so we had to do it like the kids do. Our producer Steve James pulled it all together and because we weren’t messing around with arrangements it all went down very quickly and painlessly.”

Now, more than 30 years on, The Jets are ready to celebrate the anniversary of the album that started it all with a national tour – where the band will perform All For One in its entirety from start to finish for the very first time.

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