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JLS 'to take up musical instruments'
Boy band JLS have revealed they want to learn musical instruments to play on their next record and tour.
Speaking to the Daily Star, JB Gill said he used to be able to play the piano and is keen start performing on it again.
Fellow group member Marvin Humes said the rest of JLS were feeling similarly inspired and he wants to get behind a drum kit at the earliest opportunity. Meanwhile, Oritse Williams intends to learn the guitar, although the band's fourth member Aston Merrygold is planning to stick to the dancing for now.
The band - who shot to fame after appearing on the X Factor - are currently on a UK arena tour, with shows coming up in the next few weeks in Glasgow, Liverpool, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Birmingham and London. Their latest album - Outta This World - was released in November and is currently in second position in the British charts.
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Posted on 1 Dec 2010 12:58 to category : Instruments News
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