TICKETS. £25 inclusive of booking fees from Mylor Stores
(cash only) or online – here
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The concert will see the accomplished live performer Toyah present songs from her most recent album, including lead single Sensational and the epic album opener Dance In The Hurricane. Alongside this will be her instantly recognisable classics and hit singles including I Want To Be Free, It’s A Mystery and Thunder In The Mountains, all performed with her full band.
For 42 years Toyah has taken to the stage like no other. She has won numerous awards and nominations from singing to writing to acting. In 2001 Toyah was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Central England in Birmingham. In 2018 Paul McCartney awarded Toyah a LIPA Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts Companionship for Outstanding Achievement in music, drama, performance and media. Toyah has been awarded a star on the King’s Heath Walk of Fame and a star on Birmingham’s Broad Street Walk of Stars recognising her achievements.
Ed Jones with the Keith Michael Trio
Ed Jones is an award winning jazz saxophonist/composer who has worked with an amazing range of jazz and R & B legends, including George Benson, Incognito, Us3, Tina Turner, Horace Silver, Omar, and D’Angelo and many more. He has released several acclaimed albums and toured worldwide with his own and other bands, playing an impressive range of styles from hard swinging jazz and experimental music, to funk and hip-hop.
“One of Europe’s most exciting and innovative bandleaders”- BBC Music Magazine
”A formidable saxophonist. Ed Jones may have hit his highest profile through his work with bands US3 and Incognito, but he’s an improviser to his fingertips, a player of forceful imagination, and one of the Uk’s most distinctive saxophonists.” – John Fordham The Guardian.