|The Jericho Tavern|
Location within Central Oxford
The Jericho Tavern is a music venue and pub in the Jericho area of Oxford, England, at 56 Walton Street. In the late 1980s and early 1990s it was an important part of the music scene which spawned Ride, Radiohead, and Supergrass.
It was bought out in the 1990s by the Firkin chain. It became part of the Scream pub chain, then was restored to a music venue in 2005. Along with several other Oxford pubs, it is now owned by Mitchells & Butlers.
Other acts to play at The Jericho include Mumford and Sons, Stornoway, BΔSTILLE, Summer Camp, Tennis, Bombay Bicycle Club, Palma Violets, Razorcuts, Lianne La Havas, Savages, James Vincent McMorrow, Ben Howard, Foals, and Chad Valley, Pulp and The Easter Island Statues
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It meant he saw Ride's first public gig at the Jericho Tavern. "People came in as they were sound-checking and were applauding. They were stunning. They blew the place apart. "Everything suddenly went mad, word got out, and they got rave reviews in the NME and Melody Maker."
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that was ok because a gig at the Jericho Tavern in 1994 was replete with a veritable herd of slavering record company A&Rs
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The Jericho is a trading name of Mitchells & Butlers Leisure Retail Limited
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