Jazz legend Kenny Ball was one of the leaders of the British Jazz Movement in the 1960s. Career highlights included touring with Louis Armstrong, receiving a gold disc for selling a million copies of Midnight in Moscow and becoming the first British jazzman to receive honorary citizenship of New Orleans. Kenny had one main wish before he passed away in 2013 and that was for his son, Keith Ball, to carry on the legacy. Committed to celebrating his father’s music, Keith and the Jazzmen (same line-up used by Kenny until his death in 2013), will provide jazz fans with a chance to hear some of Kenny’s greatest hits including Midnight in Moscow, I Wanna Be Like You, So Do I, My Mother's Eyes, What a Wonderful World, and many more.
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