The Northern Soultrain

Music |
22nd February 2020

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £13 | OTD £15 | Malt Room Standing

Now in their twelfth year as the UK’s leading Northern Soul band, The Northern Soultrain return to Kendal Brewery Arts Centre for what promises to be yet another big soul party in Kendal courtesy of Lancashire’s number one soul band!

This nine piece freight train of a soul band had already been filling dance halls and dance floors with their powerful live shows when in 2013 the band decided to focus almost exclusively on Northern Soul. Since then the band have gone from strength to strength gaining high praise from venues, festivals, promoters and audiences all over the country. Fronted by their charismatic and energetic lead singer David John Jaggs, the group also present the blistering sounds of the ‘Union Pacific Horns‘ – now featuring saxophonist Tony Marshall (Kyla Brox). “We all love performing at Kendal Brewery Arts Centre, it is a great venue where the energy levels of the audience go through the roof! There’s always a party atmosphere, just how we like it!

The Northern Soultrain will be playing, live, the very best soul anthems from Wigan Casino, Twisted Wheel and Blackpool Mecca; as well as great songs by Dobie Gray, Frank Wilson, Al Wilson, Dean Parish, Tony Clarke and many more. Throw in just a pinch of Motown and we have the new look Northern Soul stew served up by Lancashire’s very own The Northern Soultrain!

A cabaret show this is not. This is an authentic soul party!

Image credit: Lakes Photographer


22nd February 2020

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