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King Pleasure and the Biscuit Boys
with special guests Ricky Cool and The In Crowd


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 King Pleasure and the Biscuit Boys
with special guests Ricky Cool and The In Crowd
 

With more than 6500 performances in 21 countries under their belt in their 30 years on the road, King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys are more than just the world’s greatest jump, jive and swing band – they’re an institution!

In that time they have opened shows for B.B. King, Cab Calloway and His Orchestra, Ray Charles, and toured with the real Blues Brothers Band - the one from the movie.

They’ve played on 36 radio shows and made 73 television appearances, including several on Blue Peter and The Teletubbies, and continue to tour worldwide.

Opening for them at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall will be local legends Ricky Cool and The In Crowd. Combining one of the most exciting front men in the business with a band of top musicians who have served their time with the likes of Fine Young Cannibals, Robert Plant, Ruby Turn and Alexis Korner, expect a mix of blues, ska, bluebeat and soul guaranteed to get you up and out of your seat.

R E V I E W S

Paul Jones on BBC Radio 2 called them “the hardest act to follow since the parting of The Red Sea”,

 Atomic Magazine from New York wrote “To those who say that swing is a musical form best left to Americans, prepare to be proven wrong. This British combo is bullet-proof!”

The Guardian said “Behind the fun and rollicking good times lies an outfit skilled enough for the horns to come on with the bite and precision of the Basie Band”

 

Please note that as this is a live music event guests may stand and/or dance throughout the performance.

We reserve the right to have a small dance floor area in front of the stage*