GLUSBURN doesn’t have a railway station but it’s still expecting the arrival of Soul Train.

The dynamic seven-piece Keighley band will be at Glusburn Community and Arts Centre on December 8 with their usually-popular act.

The audience can expect a night of classic soul hits from the Stax and Motown labels including hits from Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Otis Redding, Stevie Wonder, Wilson Pickett, and Sam and Dave.

Soul Train was formed by the three remaining members of the popular 90s combo, Soul Fish.

A spokesman said: “The band now features two powerful, male and female vocalists, who together bring an energetic, flamboyant performance with outstanding vocals.

“Soul Train’s line up takes the form of drums, bass, guitar, trumpet, tenor and alto saxes.

“These experienced musicians, some of whom have shared the stage with the great Aretha Franklin, Paul Jones, and worked for the BBC, recreate the sweet soulful sound of the late 60s and early 70s.

“Soul Train has the line-up to deliver an outstanding sound and performance, that continues to impress audiences, transporting them back in time, with their renditions of timeless classics.”

Returning to the Glusburn venue on March 30 will be Splash Alley, described as one of the best live cover bands around, with their Big Rock Show.

The spokesman said: “With classic rock covers from the likes of Bon Jovi, Thin Lizzy, Boston and Whitesnake and a full-light show, this show is not going to disappoint.”

Returning to Glusburn on April 27 will be star saxophonist Snake Davis with his latest show, entitled Classic Sax Solos.

Snake and his band will perform 25 classics, including Baker Street, Careless Whisper, Respect, Yakety Yak, and his own solos from hit singles A Million Love Songs, Moving on Up, Search for the Hero, and Lisa Stansfield’s Change.

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