Keyboard maestro Jools Holland will be joined by a special guest, Soft Cell singer Marc Almond, when he returns to perform at a landmark Derbyshire attraction.
Jools will be performing at Barrow Hill Roundhouse, on May 26, where he will be accompanied by the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra featuring original Squeeze member Gilson Lavis and guest vocalists Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall.
The concert will showcase Jools’ own work and boogie-woogie classics.
Four years ago Jools played a sell-out show at the venue which is the last surviving railway roundhouse in Britain.
Marc Almond has sold more than 30 million records. His hits include Tainted Love, Say Hello, Wave Goodbye and Touch. He has collaborated with Gene Pitney and Burt Bacharach and toured with Jools in 2014.
Tickets £39 (booking fee applies) from www.seetickets.com.