Musical legend Jools Holland is bringing his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra back to Aberdeen.
And the maestro is bringing a very special guest with him – Soft Cell frontman Marc Almond.
They will play a stunning night of music at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on Thursday, November 22.
AECC bosses expect the tickets to be in demand when they go on sale this Friday.
Jools is bringing his ever-popular live show to Aberdeen as part of a 35-date tour which will see him crisscross the country.
He last played the AECC in 2012 when his “boogie woogie” gig wowed fans from across the North-east.
Soft Cell fans will no doubt be delighted to have the chance to see Marc on stage.
In his 36 year career he has sold more than 30 million records, including hits such as Say Hello, Wave Goodbye and, of course, Tainted Love.
Also on the bill for Jools’ gig will be vocalist Ruby Turner and original Squeeze member Gilson Lavis on drums.