Start Date: 09/02/2019 20:00
End Date: 09/02/2019
Location: Lighthouse, Poole, 21 Kingland Road
Booking Essential: Yes
Description: Voted piano player of the year at the prestigious Boisdale awards, Ben Waters is coming to Poole Lighthouse Studio Theatre. It will be a real up-beat evening of authentic Boogie, Blues and Rock ‘n Roll.
This guy has worked alongside some of the genre’s greatest legends (Jools Holland, Chuck Berry; Jerry Lee Lewis; The Rolling Stones;Sir Ray Davies, Shakin’ Stevens and many more). Having performed recently in The Caribbean,The States, Canada, Venice, New Zealand, Argentina, Uruguay, Germany, France, Austria and Australia (Sydney Opera House no less!!) as well as playing in his Big Band at many prestigious venues in the UK he is looking forward to a big rockin’ gig in Poole!
Having just played three sell-out shows with very specials guests Ronnie Wood, Imelda May and two nights at the world-famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club with special guests Ronnie Wood, Jeff Beck, Imelda May, Rod Stewart and Johnny Depp, Ben Waters is really looking forward to coming back to Poole where he has played several times before. Sadly this will be the last opportunity to see Ben live on the south coast as after 30 years and 6000 gigs he will be concentrating on other projects from 2020 onwards.
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