Blues Brothers in Prague

Event Description

Tickets for standing places only. 

On Thursday 23rd June 2022, the Loop Jazz Club in Prague’s Hostivař district will once again reel in the crowds with yet another captivating concert. On this occasion, the Studio Gallery will host the famous Jeremy Winston Chorale Choir and conductor Jeremy Scott Winston, who have previously performed at the White House at the personal request of former US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle.

As part of the Prague Proms festival, the Blues Brothers in Prague concert will feature songs from the 1980 American musical comedy film, The Blues Brothers from director John Landis. The film once made over $ 115 million in movie theatres around the world, turning it into a cult classic. 
Accompanied by the Czech The Loop Jazz Orchestra, they will play Sweet Home Chicago, Gimme Some Lovin' or Who’s Making Love. Together with the Jeremy Winston Chorale choir, this promises to be a night to remember. Meanwhile it will also offer an opportunity for choir soloists - Candace Potts, LaVonte Heard and William Ramsey - to show off their musical skills through these celebrated songs.

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Candace Potts, LaVonte Heard, 
William Ramsey, vocal
Jeremy Scott Winston, conductor
Jeremy Winston Chorale
The Loop Jazz Orchestra


Soul Man, Isaac Hayes, David Porter
She Caught The Katty, Taj Mahal, Yank Rachell
Shake A Tail Feather, Otha Hayes, Andre Williams, Verlie Rice
Sweet Home Chicago, Robert Johnson
Respect, Otis Redding
Gimme Some Lovin’, Steve Winwood, Muff Winwood, Spencer Davis
634-5789, Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd
Peter Gunn Theme, Henry Mancini
Born In Chicago, Nick Gravenites
Funky Nassau, Tyrone Fitzgerald, Raphael Munnings
Minnie The Moocher, Cab Calloway, Irving Mills
The Old Landmark, Adeline M. Brunner
Who’s Making Love, Homer Banks, Bettye Crutcher, Don Davis and Raymond Jackson
Going Back To Miami, Wayne Cochran
Think, Teddy White, Aretha Franklin
How Blue Can You Get, Jane Feather
Everybody Need Somebody, Jerry Wexler, Bert Berns, Solomon Burke
Riders in the Sky, Stan Jones