Rock City in Nottingham hosts a rescheduled gig by the hugely influential Soul II Soul.
Rock City Nottingham, February 26, 2022.
Don’t miss this date on the rescheduled Club Classic tour, taking place early next year.The double Grammy Award-winning and five-time Brit Award nominated British band tour the UK as they pay tribute to their legendary debut album Club Classics Vol. One.It follows on from the phenomenal success of their tour of the album in 2018, with sold out shows across the country.During the course of their stellar career, the band have sold more than ten million albums worldwide and main man Jazzie B was awarded an OBE for services to music in 2008, as well as winning an Ivor Novello Award for Inspiration, as “the man who gave British black music a soul of its own”.Regarding the tour Jazzie B said: "I want to thank to the fullness everybody who’s given their support up until now, and I’ll see you along the way – a happy face, a thumpin’ bass for a lovin’ race.”
With huge hits including ‘Keep On Movin’ (which sold more than a million copies in the US alone) and the UK number one single ‘Back To Life (However Do You Want Me)’, Soul II Soul progressed from being one of the leaders of the 1980s warehouse scene to pioneering British black music around the world, and securing commercial success for themselves and the huge amount of artists they have influenced.
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