Jack has gone, but his music will never die

Jack Bruce

Jack Bruce - Credit: Archant

Legendary bass player Jack Bruce, above, may have played his last gig, but his immortal music will never die.

Former Cream kingpin Jack died earlier this month, but the hits of the 1960s supergroup and guitar wizard Jimi Hendrix will be sounding out at Letchworth Arts Centre next Friday, November 21.

Power trio Voodoo Room – Pete Orr on guitar and vocals, John Tonks on drums and Andy Tolman on bass – will be summoning up the spirits of long gone greats in a gig which kicks off at 7.30pm.

Pete has been wowing audiences with his fretboard flourishes and epic vocals for nearly three decades, John has clocked up stints with the likes of Duran Duran, Steve Winwood and Paul Young in his long career and Andy has played with Ben E. King and stepped up for session duties with legendary producer George Martin.

Tickets are £10 in advance from the venue in The Arcade, Letchworth – call 01462 670788 to book yours – or £12 on the door.


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