The Manfreds, with original front man Paul Jones will be performing live at St George’s Hall, Bradford, on Saturday, September 7. The band will be performing many of the tracks from their highly acclaimed album The Five Faces Of Manfred Mann, which is to be re-released as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations, along with a mix of their biggest hits including the jazz and blues songs for which they are famous.

Paul Jones, with his award-winning harmonica sound, will be joined by Mike Hugg on keyboards, Tom McGuinness on lead guitar, Rob Townsend on drums, Marcus Cliffe on bass guitar and Simon Currie on saxophone and flute.

The Manfreds formed in 1991 as a reunion of former members of the 1960s pop group Manfred Mann, however without their eponymous founder Manfred Mann himself.

Mandeip Kaur, of Bradford Theatres, said: “These are all excellent musicians who will provide a full evening’s entertainment with a few ‘surprise’ renditions of their work.”

Tickets are priced at £19.50 with concessions of a £2 discount Call the box office 01274 432000 or go to (booking fees apply - £1 per ticket, £2.50 per ticket online. Additional postage charges apply).