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LOOSE ENDS featuring Carl McIntosh

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Thursday, July 05 at 18:00
LOOSE ENDS featuring Carl McIntosh

Option 1 - Admission
£10.00 (+ 10% FEE)

Optional Extras:
Prices discounted when you buy online with your tickets.

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A choice of 3 Red, 3 White and a Rose is available - see the Jam House wine list for product detail.


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Celebrate with a bottle of Piper Heidsieck Champagne (NV) - see the Jam House wine list for product detail.


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Celebrate in style with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot (NV) - see the Jam House wine list for product detail.


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Admissions Policy
Smart casual dress, no all male parties, everyone over 18.

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LOOSE ENDS featuring Carl McIntosh

Event Details:

British R&B trio, Loose Ends, became one of the biggest acts in the urban dance scene, finding a string of hits throughout the 1980s, having formed at the start of the decade in London, UK.

Formed of Carl McIntosh (vocals, guitar), Jane Eugene (vocals) and Steve Nichol (keyboards), the band signed to Virgin Records in 1981, having impressed with their live performances. Their debut record, "A Little Spice," was crafted by Chris and Eddie Amoo, formerly of The Real Thing. The album was released in 1984, gaining a US release after signing with MCA.

It was with their second album that Loose Ends were to find chart success, with 1985's "So Where Are You?" boasting two hit singles. "Hangin' On a String" peaked at number 13 in the UK, as well as topping the US R&B charts, becoming the first British band to do so. "Magic Touch" followed that same year, breaking into the Top 20.

Another single reached the top of the US R&B charts the following year, with "Slow Down," from the album, "Zagora." which also was received well. It was another two years that further chart success would arrive for Loose Ends, finding a hit with 1988's "Watching You," which reached the number two spot, helping to bolster sales of their fourth album, "The Real Chuckeeboo." Eugene and Nichol then decided to leave the band, after being at odds with McIntosh over the group's direction. WIth replacements brought in (Linda Carriere and Sunay Suleyman), Loose Ends released their final album, "Look How Long" in 1990.

Restaurant & Bars open from 6pm

The Show will begin with support artist from 9pm - Loose Ends to follow soon after. 

Restaurant Tickets £45
£55 for balcony tables

 

Dress code:
Smart dress - no trainers, ripped denim. Shirts for gentlemen please

Admission Information:

Tickets are available online, but to reserve your table in the restaurant, please call us on: 0121 200 3030.