Jools Holland & His Rhythym & Blues Orchestra are at the Park & Dare Theatre this evening (Friday, June 29) as part of the first-ever Rhondda Arts Festival Treorchy.
The ultimate ‘King of Boogie Woogie,’ Jools Holland is a genuine British legend. He will be joined on stage by a whole host of guests, including Marc Almond, Ruby Turner, Louise Marshall and Rosie Mae.
Famed for his exhilarating live shows, featuring a thrilling mix of boogie-woogie, swing, jazz and R&B, an incredible 20-piece band and guests with show-stopping vocals, this legendary show is one not to be missed.
This sell-out concert by Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra forms part of the wider Rhondda Arts Festival Treorchy (RAFT).
Jools’ special guests will include Soft Cell frontman Marc Almond, who has sold over 30 million records worldwide. His hits include Say Hello, Wave Goodbye; Touch and Tainted Love.
Gilson Lavis, former drummer with the band Squeeze in the 1970s, is now a member of Jools’ Rhythym and Blues Orchestra.
Rugby Turner regularly performs with Jools Holland and His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, both on tour and on television. She has released 17 albums to date.
Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, and special guests, are at the Park & Dare Theatre, Treorchy, on Friday, June 29 (7.30pm).
Posted on Friday 29th June 2018