Julian Miles (Jools) HOLLAND

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1958-01-24
Education Park Walk Sch, Invicta Sherington Sch, Shooters' Hill Sch
Publications N/A
Recreations sketching, architecture
Clubs N/A
Style Jools Holland, Esq, OBE
Career pianist 1975-78; keyboard player Squeeze 1978-80 (hits incl Take Me I'm Yours, Cool for Cats, Up The Junction, Hourglass, Annie Get Your Gun, Pulling Mussels from a Shell, Tempted, Slap and Tickle), regularly tours UK, concerts at Royal Albert Hall; solo albums: A World of His Own 1990, Full Compliment 1991, A-Z Of Piano 1993, Live Performance 1995, Solo Piano 1995, Sex, Jazz & Rock and Roll 1996, Lift The Lid 1997, Best of 1998, As The Sun Sets Over London 1999, Hop the Wag 2000, Small World Big Band 2001, Small World Big Band Vol II - More Friends 2002, Small World Big Band Friends III 2003; band leader Rythm & Blues Orchestra 1993-; extensive touring and guest performances with numerous artists incl: BB King (duet Deuces Wild CD), Elvis Costello, Sting, Al Green, Dr John, The The, Fine Young Cannibals, George Harrison; TV Presenter: The Tube (Channel 4) 1981-86, Juke Box Jury (BBC2) 1989, Sunday Night (with David Sanborn, NBC) 1990, The Happening (BSB) 1990, Later With Jools Holland (series, BBC2) 1993-; presenter The Jools Holland Show (Radio 2); writer The Groovy Fellers (Channel 4) 1988; wrote and produced films: Walking To New Orleans 1985, Mr Roadrunner (Channel 4) 1991, Spiceworld The Movie (cameo) 1997, Beat Route 1998, Jools Meets The Saint 1999; wrote film score for feature film Milk 1999; Music Broadcaster of the Year Sony Radio Acad Gold Award 2012
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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