Jools Holland

Jools Holland played piano on Bryan Ferry's version of Don't Be Cruel. Jools interviewd Bryan Ferry for the UK TV Channel 4 music programme The Tube in 1984. Jools accompanied Bryan on piano with Neil Hubbard on guitar on an acoustic version of Will You Love me Tomorrow in 1993 on 'Later With Jools Holland' (UK TV).

Jools began his career as the keyboard player in Squeeze. He has presented both The Tube & Later With Jool Holland on UK TV. He tours with his Rythmn & Blues Orchestra which guests various singers including Alison Moyet & Sam Brown.

Over the years, Jools has performed and recorded with some of the most talented musicians and songwriters in the world, including Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Sting, BB King, Luther Vandross, and Paul Weller.

Jools Holland is credited on the following Roxy Music and Solo Albums