Back by popular demand Jools Holland, Ruby Turner, Gilson Lavis, Louise Marshall and the world famous R & B Orchestra will return to the Embassy Theatre in Skegness on Sunday, May 19 – and tickets go on sale on New Year’s Day at 10am online.
They will be joined by a special guest who is yet to be announced , but judging by previous year’s line-ups the audience will be ‘in for a treat’, organisers promise.
A spokesperson said: “From playing pubs in the East End docks as a teenage greaser, to leading his rhythm and blues orchestra and selling millions of records this century, it is his passion for music that has made Jools Holland into a doyen of the music scene.
“Jools holds the unique status of performing with musicians who have achieved success in every decade of the 20th Century and must hold the record for making more music programmes for TV than any other host: The Tube, made in Newcastle; four series of Night Music, made in New York; three series of The Happening, filmed at London’s Astoria Theatre; two series of Name That Tune, filmed in Leeds; thirty-seven series of Later...; eighteen Hootenanny shows; and the Beat Route series, filmed all over the world.
“If you’re amongst the millions who stayed in on New Years Eve to watch Jools’ Hootenanny then this is your chance to get a taste of the real thing,” they added.
Tickets go on sale on New Years Day at 10am online at www.embassytheatre.co.uk. Alternatively call the box office on 0845 674 0505.