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Jools Holland

(1958-), Pianist and broadcaster

Julian Miles ('Jools') Holland

Sitter in 3 portraits
London-born musician and television presenter. Played with the band Squeeze (1974-80) before forming The Millionaires and then going on to a solo career in 1983. Formed his 18 piece Rhythm and Blues Orchestra in 1994. His piano style stems from the New Orleans boogie-woogie tradition and blues. Celebrated as television presenter for The Tube (1980s), Juke Box Jury and Later...with Jools Holland (now in its 20th series).

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Women in Fashion, by Mario Testino - NPG P1024

Women in Fashion

by Mario Testino
C-type colour print, 2000
NPG P1024

Jools Holland, by Trevor Leighton - NPG x47384

Jools Holland

by Trevor Leighton
bromide fibre print, 17 November 1993
NPG x47384

Jools Holland, by Rob Hann - NPG x88904

Jools Holland

by Rob Hann
lith print, 7 April 1999
NPG x88904


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