Scooty and the Skyhooks join Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra

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Scooty and the Skyhooks are set to open the show for Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra in Inverness on Sunday 26th August 2012.

Scooty on stage thumb - Scooty and the Skyhooks join Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra

Stalwarts of the local scene, since the Eighties they have sustained popularity, entertaining crowds at festivals and sell-out gigs all over the North of Scotland with a lively set consisting of Sixties Soul, Tamla Motown Classics and popular self penned tunes.

Vocalist, Davie Ross commented:

“Jools Holland is a musical icon, and the Skyhooks are thrilled to be able to bring their brand of music, to the stage, and to support a true musical legend in Inverness”.

Summer in the City 2012 promoters, CK Events commented:`

“As a promoter we are pleased to be able to promote a Highland based group, who over the years have entertained audiences throughout Scotland, bringing their fantastic music to the Northern Meeting Park, on what will be a great night of music for all ages, to this picnic style concert”.


Tickets for all Summer in the City 2012 concerts which include JLS (Thur 23rd Aug), Status Quo (Fri 24th Aug), Runrig (Sat 25th Aug) and Jools Holland (Sun 26th Aug) can be purchased online, in person from Cafferys Menswear, Union Street, Inverness or by phone on 0844 888 9991.

You can see all the news about Summer in The City 2012 here.

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Chris Lemon
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