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Thursday 28 November 2019

Summer Breeze: Europe's Biggest Outdoor Jazz Festival Returns To Sussex With The Isley Brothers & TLC

The Love Supreme Jazz Festival will return to Glynde in East Sussex next summer with a programme that once again boasts some of the leading lights from the worlds of jazz, soul, pop and r&b.
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The first acts announced to perform are TLC, one of the biggest-selling female R&B groups of all time who come to the UK to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their seminal album CrazySexyCool. 

Also on the bill are 70s soul stars The Isley Brothers, who return to the UK for the first time in over ten years. 


The Isley Brothers:

"We're so happy to return to the UK and to be able to now tell everybody that we're performing at next year"s Love Supreme Jazz Festival! 

"We've heard so many great things about this event and can't wait to have a party with our UK fans. See you next summer!" 

Brazilian bossa nova legend Sergio Mendes, who performs his only UK festival show of the year, and master US saxophonist Charles Lloyd, who makes his debut at the festival with his Kindred Spirits group make up the first wave of announcements. 


TLC and Sergio Mendes will perform on Saturday July 4th and The Isley Brothers and Charles Lloyd on Sunday 5th.

Now in its eight year, Love Supreme is Europe's biggest outdoor jazz festival and will return to the picturesque setting of the South Downs in East Sussex from Friday 3rd – Sunday 5th July 2020. For more info CLICK HERE.

by: Mike Cobley




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