CREATION records founder Alan McGee is returning to Wirral’s newest bar by popular demand.
The man who discovered Oasis was a special guest DJ at the opening of Jam in Price Street, close to Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, in November.
The music manager will be back at Jam with another DJ set this Friday (December 21).
Local mod bands will complete the line-up, playing hits from the likes of The Jam, The Who, The Strokes and The Buzzcocks.
This weekend will also see local bands Coby, The Romanovs and The Baudelaires gracing the stage on Saturday with original music.
Alan, 52, who also signed Primal Scream and managed The Jesus And Mary Chain, said: “I am delighted to be coming back to Birkenhead to DJ at Jam – it is good to see a bar which champions good music.
“I had a great night last time and we are definitely going to have the place rocking again this Friday.”
The cafe bar and live music venue – formerly 2a Price Street and the Life Cafe – was opened by entrepreneurGeniene Reese in a bid to create “Wirral’s ultimate entertainment venue” for the 25+ market.
It is offering an eclectic range of music, including Motown, soul and indie.
Jam is now open six days a week and a food menu will be launched in January.
Geniene said the menu will include hearty homemade bowl food including chilli, soups and Scouse to eat in or take away.
She said: “As Jam is located in the business district we will be happily supplying local companies with somewhere they can hold business meetings, or somewhere to have a drink and a bite to eat after work with friends or colleagues.
“We look forward to taking Jam from strength to strength in 2013.”
On Christmas Eve, there will be a 90s night from 7pm.
Jam will re-open on Boxing Day with a Motown night from 7pm, followed by an indie night on Thursday, December 27.