THERE will be an evening of uplifting bluesy jazz coming to The Trinity Centre in Lickey at 7.30pm this Saturday (March 18) when Kel Elliott and Her Three Man Orcehstra come to the venue.
They will be performing Truth and Tall Tales, an innovative show which features her trade mark vocal and double bass playing as well as a three man orchestra playing instruments that are far from the ordinary.
Kel’s band play everything from melodica to bass clarinet, and accordion to ukulele.
Kel Elliott is one of the most exciting and intriguing artists in the UK and she has wowed audiences from Ireland to Finland with her infectious, upbeat songs, distinctly rich and powerful voice and her talented band.
The night of high quality, entertaining music will be performed in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, is suitable for those 12 and over and promises to have something for everyone.
The event has been orgainsed by the Lickey Hills Community Theatre, a joint project between Cofton Hackett and Lickey and Blackwell Parish Councils in conjunction with the Shindig/Live – a local programme of professional live performances in community venues across Worcestershire.
Tickets, at £10, £9 (over 60s) and £8 (under 16s) are available by calling 0121 447 7455 or 0121 445 2607 (Cofton Hackett) or 0121 445 2802 (Lickey and Blackwell).