ROCK'N'ROLLSOUL returns to the Albany, Great Portland Street, London, on Saturday June 2 for another five-and-a-half hours of soul that rocks and rock with soul.
Unsure what that entails? Well, last month it was the gutsy riffage of Wilson Pickett's 'Miniskirt Minnie' and Billy Harner's 'Homicidal Dresser' that first got the crowd moving, softening them up for the raw psych-funk of 'Pork Chops' by the Jon Lee Group, and stomping dancefloor classics like Georgie Fame's 'Somebody Stole My Thunder' and Don Farndon's 'Im Alive'.
All served with a healthy side order of imported beers in one of London's favourite basement venues.
Saturday June 2, 8.30pm-2am, £3 (before 9.30pm), then £5 (£4 w/flyer or badge).
Directions, details, plus cool one-hour podcasts at http://www.rocknrollsoul.co.uk/