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Jools Holland and his Rhythm 'n Blues Orchestra

Jools Holland and his Rhythm 'n Blues Orchestra

Modern British boogie-woogie ensemble fronted by the acclaimed pianist, singer and presenter, Jools Holland and often featuring a guest vocalist or two such as Ruby Turner.

Holland created his Big Band in 1987 which eventually became his 18-piece Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.

They released their debut album, "Sex & Jazz & Rock & Roll" in 1996, followed by: "Best Of" (1998), "Hop The Wag" (2000), "Small World Big Band" (2001), "SWBB Volume Two: More Friends" (2002), "Jack O The Green (SWBB Friends 3)" (2003), "Tom Jones & Jools Holland" (2004), "Swinging the Blues, Dancing the Ska" (2005), "Best of Friends" (2007), "Finding The Keys - The Best of" (2011), "The Golden Age of Song" (2012), "Jools & Ruby" (2015), "As You See Me Now (with José Feliciano)" (2017), plus 2018's: "A Lovely Life to Live" (with Marc Almond).

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Harrogate International Centre
Harrogate
The Royal and Derngate Theatre
Northampton
Theatre Royal Concert Hall
Nottingham
De Montfort Hall and Gardens
Leicester
City Hall/ Memorial Hall/ Oval Hall/ Ballroom
Sheffield
Great Hall (Exeter University)
Exeter
O2 City Hall
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Spa Theatre and Ocean Room
Scarborough
University of East Anglia [UEA]/ LCR
Norwich
Venue Cymru - Theatre/ Arena/ Conference Centre
Llandudno
Milton Keynes Theatre
Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes Theatre
Milton Keynes