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Jools Holland


Jools Holland is a pianist, singer, songwriter, and television host from England. Later is his most well-known work. Jools Holland, The Tube, and Juke Box Jury are among the guests. Holland is also the founder/keyboardist of the British musical band Squeeze, as well as a BBC personality.

Early childhood development and education

Julian Miles, better known as Jools Holland, was born on January 24, 1958, in Blackheath, London, England. He is a white British national with white ethnicity. Christopher Holland, his younger brother, was his childhood companion. Holland attended Shooters Hill Grammar School, which is located in Shooter’s Hill. He afterward attended the Royal Borough of Greenwich but was expelled after destroying a teacher’s Triumph Herald. He began playing the piano at the age of eight.


Jools Holland began his career at the age of fifteen. He used to perform at South London clubs and bars. In 1974, he joined Squeeze, a band he co-founded with Glenn Tilbrook, as a professional keyboardist.

In 1977, the band issued their first EP, Packet of Three. Similarly, the band quickly amassed millions in record sales. Later Holland released his first solo EP, Boogie Woogie ’78, in 1978. He went on to release a number of singles after that.

Holland also joined the television line-up, co-hosting The Tube, a Newcastle-based music show, with Paula Yates. For uttering the unintentional words ‘Be There or be an ungrooved fucker’ in an evening TV teaser, he was suspended from the show for six weeks.

Holland then starred alongside Rowland Rivron in the sitcom The Groovy Fellers. Following that, he and David Sanborn co-hosted NBC late-night television’s Sunday Night.

In addition, in 2012, Holland hosted a BBC2 program. In 2017, he performed on the Pyramid stage of the Glastonbury Festival with his Orchestra, which included a special appearance by Chris Difford.

Holland is a dedicated worker who has accomplished a great deal in his profession. He was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in 2003 for his work as a television presenter and musician. At the 2009 event, Holland was also made a Deputy Lieutenant for Kent and an honorary fellow of Canterbury Christ Church University.

Private life

Holland is married to Christabel McEwen, the daughter of artist Rory McEwen, whom he has known for a long time. Prior to their 2005 wedding, the couple dated for 15 years before marrying. Robbie Coltrane, Dawn French, Ringo Star, Stephen Fry, Jennifer Saunders, Andri Edmonson, and Barbara Bach were among the celebrities who attended their wedding ceremony. Mabel, the couple’s daughter, is the couple’s only child. From his ex-wife Mary, he has two children.

What is your net worth?

Jools earns a lot of money because he works in a variety of fields. He is estimated to have a net worth of $5 million. Holland owns Helicon Mountain, a studio in the Westcombe Park neighborhood of Blackheath in southeast London. His home in Kent was built on the remnants of Cooling Castle, which dates back to the Middle Ages.

Facts of Jools Holland
Date of Birth:1958January-24
Age:64 years old
Birth Nation:England
NameJools Holland
Birth NameJulian Miles
Birth Place/CityBlackheath
Net Worth$5 million
Married toChristabel McEwan (m. 2005)
Music GroupJools Holland’s Big Band Rhythm & Blues, MORE
SiblingsChristopher Holland, Richard Edward Holland