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Jools is ready to boogie woogie at The Hexagon

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MUSICAL virtuoso Jools Holland and his world-renowned Rhythm & Blues Orchestra will be dancing into Reading next week as part of their 2017 Autumn/Winter UK tour.

Now in its 22nd year, Jools’ legendary shows are not to be missed, with the 33-date tour kicking off last week in Southend and including two nights London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall.

Joining Jools on stage at The Hexagon on November 10 will be Grammy Award-winner José Feliciano, one of the most prominent stars in Latin America and revered musicians in the world.

With his mix of Latin and pop styles and his inimitable guitar playing, it’s no question that José will go down a storm on stage.

Also featuring in the shows will be fan favourites Ruby Turner, Louise Marshall and Beth
Rowley on vocals, along with the supreme Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with original Squeeze member Gilson Lavis on drums.

Master of ceremonies for the shows, Jools will be performing tracks spanning his entire solo career along with pieces taken from his recent instrumental album Piano, as well as songs from his new collaboration with José Feliciano, which was released last week.

The show has sold out but some returns may be available. For more information visit www.readingarts.com/hexagon/whats-on/jools-holland-his-rhythm-blues-orchestra-0.

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