Band founder and singer John Southorn admitted it was an unusual experience.
"Not only was Paul Wellers mother there but quite a few different members of
his family, as well as drummer Rick Butler.
"I did not get chance to speak to them afterwards but I was told they really
enjoyed it and thought it was a good tribute, which is nice to know."
The three-man tribute band was formed in 1996, and are recognised as the leading Jam
tribute band in the country, regularly performing at different venues across the country.
They are now also launching a new act called 'The Paul and Liam Show' which includes
hits from Paul Wellers solo career and Oasis numbers.
Southorn believes the idea will be a big success but says the band is looking for
sponsors to help them promote a tour of the show.
"We held a pilot night at the Spa Centre in Leamington and sold over 600 tickets.
"Everyone who came really enjoyed it and hopefully we can get some backing for a
tour of the show."
Along with Southorn there are two other Jamm members Toby Pelham and Rob Pitts
who are all full-time employees of the Leamington-based band.
Found Southorn has lived in Leamington all of his life and has always wanted to be a
musician since attending Blackdown High School in the town, and is determined to make The
Jamm a success.
"I think you could safely say we are considered to be the leading Jam tribute at
what we do, and we secure gigs up and down the country.
"However, it is not an easy existence and sometimes we are performing until two or
three in the morning and then back in the office answering telephones by nine."
Anyone interested in seeing the Jamm live will have the opportunity at the Hare and
Hounds pub in Keresley on 25 November.