Jools Holland regular to play jazz club in Coventry

Monday 03 December 2012 Updated: 06/12 11:53

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A POPULAR performer will be returning to the Corner Pocket Jazz and Blues Club.

Carl Sinclair, who has a permanent residency at Jools Holland's Jam House in Birmingham, will be playing a mixture of boogie woogie, jazz and blues, in his own inimitable style on Tuesday, December 11.

He will be performing at the club in Fleet Street, Coventry next to St John's Church with his full band and demand for tickets is expected to be high as he has an army of loyal fans.

Admission is £6 with doors opening at 7.30pm ahead of the start of the concert at 8pm.

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