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Jools Holland 'boogie-woogies' his way to the Royal Albert Hall

Published: Thursday 27th of November 2008

One of Britain's best-loved musical entertainers will bring his distinctive Big Band sound to the Royal Albert Hall this weekend.

On November 28th and 29th Jools Holland's Rhythm and Blues Orchestra will end its nationwide tour at this world-famous London venue with what is sure to be a triumphant fusion of jazz, blues, soul and the band leader's trademark boogie-woogie.

As the host of the popular BBC show Later…, Jools has delighted audiences with an eclectic mix of musical guests over years. His television show broadcast its 200th edition in February and is currently in its 33rd series.

The Royal Albert Hall is a world-renowned centre for musical performance and is perhaps best known for the BBC Proms concert series, which brings together some of the finest performers and repertoire from the classical music world each year.

LondonPass holders can enjoy a free tour of the Royal Albert Hall, saving £8 for adults.

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