KEIGHLEY band Soul Train are back in their home time for a one-night-only performance.

The popular band will be playing their soul and Motown classics at the Exchange Arts Centre in Russell Street on February 1.

The gig follows a sell-out concert at the Glusburn Community and Arts Centre last December.

A band spokesman said: “Soul Train decided to squeeze in another local venue before heading off around the UK.

“This will give local supporters who were unable to make the December show an opportunity to see them perform at a local venue.

“Soul Train have gone from strength to strength over the last few years, growing in popularity, with their energetic, highly-entertaining concerts performing classic Soul and Motown hits.”

The band has launched an official website with information about future gigs, a free music download, and videos from past performances.

Tickets for the February 1 gig can be bought from the Exchange Arts Facebook page or by visiting, either calling at the next-door Musicians Centre.

Tickets cost £8 in advance, or £10 on the door if any are left. Call 01535 661591 for further information.

Leading AC/DC tribute band Highway To Hull will play the Exchange on February 2. Pepperjam, a nine-piece Hebden Bridge roots, reggae, ska and soul band, will play on February 8. Keep It Cash is a tribute to Johnny Cash that can be seen on February 9.

Yorkshire quintet Backstreet Thunder will “kick out the jams” at the Exchange on February 23 following a year of great shows and brilliant reviews, in advance of gigs in Scotland, Newcastle and Down South.