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Performing live in The Glasshouse

Friday, 26 May 2023, 7pm

Ticket price - £120 per person including a full

evening meal of a selection of delicious Tapas


In the mid-late 1970's, a talented young singer named Ray Lewis joined one of the world's biggest bands - The Drifters. The existing lead singer, Johnny Moore, was leaving the band, and the group's management, the Treadwell family, decided that Ray was the ideal person to replace him. Ray was born in Los Angeles, and grew up singing in church. 

One of his first jobs as lead singer was to re-record all the original Drifters' hits, so the public would recognise him as the voice of The Drifters.

He performed alongside the late Bill Fredericks and Johnny Moore as well as Ben E King and went on to become one of the longest serving members of the band, finally leaving in the late 1980's to pursue a solo career.

Since then he has performed around the world as an artist in his own right. Ray settled in the UK 20 years ago, and is still in high demand, touring throughout the year and performing all the wonderful Drifters' hits. 

Ray enjoys world-wide fame thanks to his own unique voice and professional and charismatic aura. He has performed to sell out theatres and audiences in venues around the world, having been associated with great names like Carole King, Whitney Houston, Lionel Ritchie, Paul McCartney and Diana Ross.


Without doubt, he is one of the world’s greatest entertainers and enjoys a large following



"Jaki is one of the best singers Britain has ever produced"  Michael McDonald

Performing live in The Glasshouse

Friday, 30 June 2023, 7pm

Ticket price - £120 per person including a full

evening meal of a selection of delicious Tapas


Jaki Graham is one of the most appealing Soul entertainers to emerge from the UK. Jaki achieved international success with a string of hits from 1985 onwards, including Could it Be I'm Falling In Love?, Round and Around, Set Me Free, Step Right Up and Breaking Away. Making the Music Guinness Book of Records in the 80s and 90s as the first black British female solo artist to have 6 consecutive Top 10/20 hits.

Her career excelled in the 90s, with her album Real Life selling more than 800,000 copies in less than four weeks. Her cover of Ain't Nobody reached No. 1 in the US Billboard Dance charts for 5
weeks as well as achieving gold in Australia, Japan and the USA.
Jaki is officially a Motown artist, as one of less than a handful of British females to hold this credential.


Jaki also holds a Doctorate from the University of Wolverhampton, for which she was made Pro-Chancellor due to her outstanding contributions to the music industry and was awarded her very own Star on Birmingham’s Broad Street!

Jaki Graham firmly maintains her position as one of Britain’s most revered ladies of soul and in 2018 released her long awaited new studio album When a Woman Loves which topped the UK Soul Charts and produced a US Independent Chart No.1 single!

Jaki now celebrates 35 years since the release of her albums Heaven Knows and Breaking Away with a 35th Anniversary Collection 4 CD Box Set.

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