Sunday 19 March 2017
Doors: 4pm Stage: 5.30pm
Tickets: £8Buy Tickets
Michael Lamb's Strictly Smokin' Big Band return to Hoochie Coochie on 19th March hot from a sell out gig featuring trumpeter Bruce Adams where SSBB were critically claimed as "What many would claim to be the UK's number one big band'. The group remain on top form for another amazing session at Hoochie Coochie. This gig will feature regular vocalists F'reeze and Alice Grace alongside the vocal group Scarlet Street.
Scarlet Street sing a unique blend of barbershop harmony and current pop that they like to call Barberpop! After many months as Capital FM's house band, they released their debut EP, ‘Barberpop', and have been in demand all over the country, both for live performances and via their YouTube channel.They've supported the likes of Olly Murs, Mark Knopfler, Ruby Turner, Joe McElderry, Heather Small and played live to tens of thousands of people.
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