Jools Holland tickets go on sale for tour later in the year

17:37 06 February 2014

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Jools Holland returns to Hertfordshire later this year for a concert with his famous Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.

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The former Squeeze man will be bringing the greatest boogie-woogie party around to Watford Colosseum on Thursday, November 20 as part of his autumn/winter tour.

The piano master will be joined at Watford by British musical icon Marc Almond.

Soft Cell star Marc has sold more than 30 million records worldwide and is best known for classic tracks Tainted Love and Say Hello Wave Goodbye.

With the vocal power of Ruby Turner, the soul tones of Louise Marshall, and the tireless drums of original Squeeze member Gilson Lavis, along with the inimitable musicianship of the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, Jools Holland will perform tracks spanning his entire solo career, as well as songs taken from his new album, due to be released through Rhino this autumn.

Tickets for the Watford show cost £36 and go on sale tomorrow (Friday) at 10am.

A £3 per ticket booking fee will be added to all orders. There’s no booking fees for Priority Members or group bookings.

Visit www.watfordcolosseum.co.uk for more information and to book online 24 hours a day.

Tickets can also be purchased by calling 0845 075 3993, or visiting the Watford Colosseum ticket office.

* For more music news, visit the Welwyn Hatfield Times’ What’s On section.

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