Bugg (born Jake Edwin Charles Kennedy) will support the Stereophonics
for the two Welsh dates on their massive stadium tour.
The audience sung and danced along with the Stereophonics
Despite 19 years of hits, Kelly Jones from the Stereophonics
is hungry to add to their five consecutive No1 albums.
and now The Stereophonics
have rocked up in Moseley for a pint.
have given Welsh rock band 4th Street Traffic permission to cover As Long As We Beat The English and release the single ahead of Wales' opening match of The Six Nations against England on Friday.
The Welsh-born frontman of the Stereophonics
isn't really your typical rocker.
Stuart quit the Stereophonics
in 2003 after apparently falling out with lead singer Kelly Jones.
frontman makes up for what he lacks in stature with a big voice, big hits - and gets a big response.
With more than 10 years of hits, the Stereophonics
were not short of songs to choose from, delving well into the early back catalogue with A Thousand Trees and, later, Billy Davey's Daughter from their 1997 debut album Word Gets Around.
FASHIONS may come and go, trends may appear and disappear and artists may rocket to stardom then vanish without trace, but as the Stereophonics
(above) showed a packed NEC, they are a band you can always rely on.
For a band who never seemed to have a huge individual following, the Stereophonics
packed Telewest Arena on Saturday night with a multitude of diehard supporters.
A day at the races is often a sedate affair but a big day out with Welsh rockers the Stereophonics
and friends was anything but genteel.