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Paul Weller is a name of an English singer and songwriter. He had an earlier name of John William Weller, and he was born on 25 May 1958, in the town of Sheerwater, near Surrey.
Weller was the founder and leader for the formation of two successful bands like The Jam and The Style Council. It was all before the start of his great before starting of a great solo career in the year of 1990.
His success has remained to more of a national level than international, most possibly due to his song writing, which is deeply rooted in British culture. He is also the most important personality of the 1970s Mod revival and is often called the Modfather.
The biographical details of Weller, describes that he was born in a working-class family. His father used to work in the building trade as a scaffolder and a bricklayer too, and his mother used to work as a cleaner. Weller had passed his early days of life at Stanley Road.
He used to work in a Victorian council house, with an outside toilet not any kind of arrangements for hot water or the central heating. It is also clear from the details of his life that he was not interested in academics and he used to dislike the discipline and routine of school.
The one thing, he was always interested in reading was the lyrics on pop music records and he always used to watch Top of the Pops on the television, with great interest. He was interested in playing in a band, right from the age of 10.
When he had reached the age of 12, his family gave him a guitar, which he learned to play from a few basic music lessons and by playing along to music.
Weller had been introduced into the world of music in the year of 1977. He had made a national level appearance, with hiss band named The Jam, which he had formed four years earlier in collaboration with his friends Steve Brookes, Rick Buckler and Bruce Foxton.
Weller was the lead vocalist and also performed the duties on bass guitar. When Brookes left the band, Weller and Foxton swapped guitar roles. It is interesting to note that The Jam had emerged on the musical scene, almost at the same time as other punk rock bands like Sex Pistols and The Clash, but The Jam had been considered to be better fitted to the role of the term called 'new wave'.
The Clash had looked at the band with interest and, Joe Strummer even had a conversation with Weller and he gave an idea to write songs about the overall trends of the society and politics.
The Clash had really a very good impression about The Jam. They had taken them along as the support act on their White Riot tour of 1977. Later, The Jam proved to be far more successful in the singles charts than The Clash in the UK.
The Jam was considered to be one of the biggest bands in Britain. They had the honor to be the second after The Beatles to perform two songs named Town Called Malice and Precious on one edition of Top of the Pops.
Despite the success of the band, Weller thought to explore other musical avenues he felt he could not follow with The Jam. In 1982, Weller announced that The Jam would disband at the end of the year.
Their final single, Beat Surrender, became their fourth UK chart topper, going straight to No. 1 in its first week. Later Weller had formed a band called The Style Council, which carried on till 1989. After that, his solo career started and he had seen many new dimensions of the world of music.