Hugh Kearns
Aug
25
8:00 PM20:00

Hugh Kearns

From his busking beginnings, Hugh Kearns went on to hone his craft and cut his teeth on a diet of over 150 gigs a year as a one-man band on the Glasgow pub circuit. A colourful lyricist and expert in harmonica neck-brace playing, his songs have a distinctly Dylanesque flavour, with influences from the likes of John Prine, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and The Rolling Stones underpinning his own Scottish brand of country blues music.

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Mic Clark - Acoustic Butterfly
Aug
31
8:00 PM20:00

Mic Clark - Acoustic Butterfly

Mic Clark was born into a large Irish musical family in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland. He began his musical journey on violin then moved onto piano during his childhood. It was in his mid-20s that Mic picked up the guitar, singing at home or at nights out on the Glasgow live music scene where he met local musicians and began writing songs. Singing harmonies with his cousin Olivia Ennemoser they quickly developed a unique sound and hooked up with other musical friends, going under the name Acoustic Butterfly, putting on gigs around town, gaining a solid local following and great reviews wherever they played.

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Chris Clark Jazz
Sep
1
8:00 PM20:00

Chris Clark Jazz

Chris Clark is a singer and jazz guitarist based in Glasgow, Scotland. He is one of the country's premier jazz entertainers with an unrivalled knowledge and execution of the American Songbook, whether as a guitarist, vocalist or storyteller. His jazz anecdotes are renowned and admired by audiences at home and abroad.

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Black Snake Roots
Sep
7
8:00 PM20:00

Black Snake Roots

A perfect, stylish combination of semi-acoustic soulful Blues-Jazz. Having played together for the past five years, Glasgow guitarist Fraser John Lindsay, and Australian-born vocalist & bassist Charlotte Marshall are individually and collectively well-known and respected on the Scottish roots scene.

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Mic Clark - Acoustic Butterfly
Sep
28
8:00 PM20:00

Mic Clark - Acoustic Butterfly

Mic Clark was born into a large Irish musical family in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland. He began his musical journey on violin then moved onto piano during his childhood. It was in his mid-20s that Mic picked up the guitar, singing at home or at nights out on the Glasgow live music scene where he met local musicians and began writing songs. Singing harmonies with his cousin Olivia Ennemoser they quickly developed a unique sound and hooked up with other musical friends, going under the name Acoustic Butterfly, putting on gigs around town, gaining a solid local following and great reviews wherever they played.

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John Rush
Aug
17
8:00 PM20:00

John Rush

Glasgow based singer/songwriter John Rush with his 'folk tinged pop songs' has played some of Glasgows greatest venues such as 'King Tuts Wha Wha Hut', 'O2 Academy', 'Barrowlands' & most recently 'The Royal Concert Hall'.

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Chris Clark Jazz
Aug
11
8:00 PM20:00

Chris Clark Jazz

Chris Clark is a singer and jazz guitarist based in Glasgow, Scotland. He is one of the country's premier jazz entertainers with an unrivalled knowledge and execution of the American Songbook, whether as a guitarist, vocalist or storyteller. His jazz anecdotes are renowned and admired by audiences at home and abroad.

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Black Snake Roots
Aug
3
8:00 PM20:00

Black Snake Roots

A perfect, stylish combination of semi-acoustic soulful Blues-Jazz. Having played together for the past five years, Glasgow guitarist Fraser John Lindsay, and Australian-born vocalist & bassist Charlotte Marshall are individually and collectively well-known and respected on the Scottish roots scene.

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Hugh Kearns & guest
Jul
28
8:00 PM20:00

Hugh Kearns & guest

From his busking beginnings, Hugh Kearns went on to hone his craft and cut his teeth on a diet of over 150 gigs a year as a one-man band on the Glasgow pub circuit. A colourful lyricist and expert in harmonica neck-brace playing, his songs have a distinctly Dylanesque flavour, with influences from the likes of John Prine, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and The Rolling Stones underpinning his own Scottish brand of country blues music.

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Mic Clark - Acoustic Butterfly
Jul
27
8:00 PM20:00

Mic Clark - Acoustic Butterfly

Mic Clark was born into a large Irish musical family in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland. He began his musical journey on violin then moved onto piano during his childhood. It was in his mid-20s that Mic picked up the guitar, singing at home or at nights out on the Glasgow live music scene where he met local musicians and began writing songs. Singing harmonies with his cousin Olivia Ennemoser they quickly developed a unique sound and hooked up with other musical friends, going under the name Acoustic Butterfly, putting on gigs around town, gaining a solid local following and great reviews wherever they played.

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Chris Clark Jazz
Jul
7
8:00 PM20:00

Chris Clark Jazz

Chris Clark is a singer and jazz guitarist based in Glasgow, Scotland. He is one of the country's premier jazz entertainers with an unrivalled knowledge and execution of the American Songbook, whether as a guitarist, vocalist or storyteller. His jazz anecdotes are renowned and admired by audiences at home and abroad.

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Folkify
Jul
6
8:00 PM20:00

Folkify

Folkify present new 'folked up' arrangements of your favourite songs. Ever heard 'Poker Face' as a country ditty, '500 Miles' as ballad or 'Crazy in Love' as a jig…? This is Folkify. Folkify features Sandy Nelson, Morna Young and Jon Reid. 

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Mic Clark - Acoustic Butterfly
Jun
29
8:00 PM20:00

Mic Clark - Acoustic Butterfly

Mic Clark was born into a large Irish musical family in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland. He began his musical journey on violin then moved onto piano during his childhood. It was in his mid-20s that Mic picked up the guitar, singing at home or at nights out on the Glasgow live music scene where he met local musicians and began writing songs. Singing harmonies with his cousin Olivia Ennemoser they quickly developed a unique sound and hooked up with other musical friends, going under the name Acoustic Butterfly, putting on gigs around town, gaining a solid local following and great reviews wherever they played.

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Black Snake Roots
Jun
22
8:00 PM20:00

Black Snake Roots

A perfect, stylish combination of semi-acoustic soulful Blues-Jazz. Having played together for the past five years, Glasgow guitarist Fraser John Lindsay, and Australian-born vocalist & bassist Charlotte Marshall are individually and collectively well-known and respected on the Scottish roots scene.

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Jamie Coleman
May
31
8:00 PM20:00

Jamie Coleman

Jamie Coleman has travelled the UK with his acoustic guitar and harmonica playing some of the best venues alongside some amazing musicians, including John Lennon McCullagh who was signed to Alan McGee’s 359 label. His influences include Bob Dylan, Ocean Colour Scene, Stone Roses, Pink Floyd and Bon Iver.

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Hugh Kearns & guest
May
26
8:00 PM20:00

Hugh Kearns & guest

From his busking beginnings, Hugh Kearns went on to hone his craft and cut his teeth on a diet of over 150 gigs a year as a one-man band on the Glasgow pub circuit. A colourful lyricist and expert in harmonica neck-brace playing, his songs have a distinctly Dylanesque flavour, with influences from the likes of John Prine, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and The Rolling Stones underpinning his own Scottish brand of country blues music.

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