Jools Holland and his acclaimed Rhythm & Blues Orchestra are returning to Birmingham’s Symphony Hall for Christmas, this time alongside Marc Almond.
Ex-Soft Cell frontman Almond has sold over 30 million records worldwide during his 36-year career, enjoying hits with, among other songs, Touch, Say Hello, Wave Goodbye and the ever-popular Tainted Love.
Jools Holland’s well-established BBC TV series has long been an eclectic mixture of styles and genres, showcasing music from across the world. His own ability on the piano is nothing short of immense.
Also performing on this annual UK tour are supremely talented vocalists Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall. Original Squeeze member Gilson Lavis is on drums for the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.
Jools Holland And His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra featuring Marc Almond heads to Symphony Hall on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 December.
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