Shake a tail feather

09:21 24 December 2012

Joliet Blues Band

Joliet Blues Band

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Shake a Tail Feather - featuring The Joliet Blues Band, is the country’s premier tribute show to the music of The Blues Brothers.

It stars the sensationally talented, energetic and authentic Dave Ratty and Iain Barton (Jerry Lee Lewis Story, Seance, Talbot House) as the Joliet Brothers with support given by the mighty voices of The BeeVees and a fabulous seven-piece blues and soul band.

All the great Blues Brothers’ favourites are performed, including, of course, Shake a Tailfeather, Sweet Home Chicago, Everybody Needs Somebody, Gimme Some Lovin, Peter Gunn and Soul Man.

Thursday, January 31, tickets £15 call 01395 222477 to book now www.ledtickets.co.uk

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