Jones Performs In Prison For Bragg Campaign

Former THE CLASH guitarist MICK JONES and BILLY BRAGG performed in a London prison on Friday (06Jul07) as part of a campaign to encourage inmates to take up music. Jones played The Clash's classic Should I Stay Or Should I Go to an audience of convicted criminals at Wormwood Scrubs prison, before handing out five guitars. Bragg's Jail Guitar Doors organisation, which takes its name from a 1978 Clash B-side aims to reduce re-offending among prisoners by offering an outlet through playing an instrument. Jones said, "Music is a way to get away from things, a way of expressing yourself. And if you'll excuse the pun, it's a great way to escape."


Tags: The Clash - Mick Jones - Billy Bragg


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