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King Pleasure swinging in

Aaron Wise 12th Nov, 2015 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

A LEGENDARY rhythm and blues band are heading to Worcester to share their swinging sounds.

Rough, tough and always rocking, the one and only King Pleasure and The Biscuit Boys will be performing their authentic and zany stage show at the city’s Huntingdon Hall this Friday (November 13).

Regarded by some as the finest rhythm and blues band ever to come from outside the USA, the band carries a guarantee of great swinging music and top entertainment value, with high-octane jump and jive.

After being on the road for almost three decades playing across the globe and appearing on more than 50 TV shows, the group are touring Europe promoting their 11th CD, ‘Live at Last’.

The band has changed overtime with latest recruit Mighty Matt Foundling, the dynamic pianist, taking the reigns from Crab-Claw Tromans, but the King and Bullmoose have been there from the beginning.

Details may change but the magic formula remains the same.

The event starts at 8pm and tickets cost £16.50.

Visit www.huntingdonhall.co.uk for more information.

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