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Nine Below Zero

Saturday 22 Dec 20188:00pm Book Now (Call Box Office)

For four decades, Nine Below Zero have delivered an explosive mix of blues and rock in live performances that never fail to leave their audiences illuminated and exhausted.

Formed in 1977 by lead singer and guitarist Dennis Greaves and harmonica player Mark Feltham, the band recorded three albums for major label A&M, appeared on The South Bank Show, Old Grey Whistle Test and the first ever episode of The Young Ones, and supported The Who and The Kinks on tour.

Following their original split in 1983, the band regrouped to mark the tenth anniversary of debut album Live at the Marquee and have been wowing crowds ever since with their powerful sound and incendiary on-stage chemistry, headlining shows across Europe as well as supporting the likes of Sting, Brian May, Squeeze and Eric Clapton.


Rick Estrin & The Nightcats

Saturday 19 Jan 20198:00pm Book Now (Sold Out)

Wildly fun, musically fearless and bursting with bravado, 2018’s prestigious Blues Music Award-winning Band Of The Year, Rick Estrin & The Nightcats, have created one of the blues’ most instantly recognisable sounds and no-holds-barred styles.

Featuring the world-class talents of harmonica master, songwriter and vocalist Rick Estrin, guitar wunderkind Chris “Kid” Andersen, keyboard wizard Lorenzo Farrell and dynamic drummer Alex Pettersen, the band serve up sharp and incisive original blues and gritty roadhouse rock ‘n’ roll.

With his wily and unforgettable songs and hipster, street-smart vocals, no one on the blues scene writes like, sings like or looks like Rick Estrin as he fronts a band of the most colourful showmen around. He has won a total of five Blues Music Awards and written songs for Grammy nominated albums by artists including Koko Taylor, Robert Cray and John Hammond.


Andy Fairweather Low

Friday 1 Feb 20198:00pm Book Now

Andy Fairweather Low’s pedigree is the stuff rock dreams are made of. He first came to prominence as the lead singer in Amen Corner, clocking up four top ten hits including Bend Me Shape Me, Hello Susie and the number one smash (If Paradise Is) Half As Nice.

A solo career in the 70s brought more chart success with Wide Eyed And Legless and Reggae Tune. By this time Andy had become the guitarist and vocalist of choice for a phenomenal cast of musical luminaries. He appeared on albums by The Who and Joe Satriani, was a long term member of George Harrison and Eric Clapton’s bands and regularly recorded and performed live with the likes of Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, Jimmy Page, Van Morrison and dozens more.

Andy is now back fronting his own stellar band, The Low Riders, who performed as the opening act on Eric Clapton’s epic 70th birthday tour.


Silje Nergaard

Sunday 10 Feb 20198:00pm Book Now

After the success of her recent sold out tours, Norwegian songstress Silje Nergaard is returning to the UK.

Her latest album ‘For You A Thousand Times’ was released in Europe to critical acclaim in 2017 and Silje will be performing tracks from this alongside songs that span the length of her 25 year career.

Silje’s 2001 album ‘At First Light’ remains the best selling Norwegian Jazz album of all time and featured the beautiful and haunting ‘Be Still My Heart’.

This is a rare chance to see a truly stunning international and inspiring artist in concert.



Friday 15 Feb 20198:00pm Book Now

“As polished as it was passionate, matching fiery intensity with exquisite finesse, this was a magnificent set.” The Scotsman *****

Breabach continue to build their reputation of being at the forefront of the UK’s world and roots music scene with performances across the world throughout 2018. Alongside tours in Australia, Canada and Europe, the band also released their 6th studio album ‘Frenzy of the Meeting’ in October.

The band who won BBC Scotland Album of the Year 2016 for their last album ‘Astar’ also clinched Band of the Year at the same awards. Their unique musicianship, combining twin bagpipes, fiddle, bass and guitar with Gaelic vocals and step dance has won them fans across the globe and saw them once again nominated as finalists in both the 2017 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and the Songlines Music Awards.

Having traversed the world, Breabach have appeared at festivals and venues ranging from Sydney Opera House to Central Park, New York will perform as part of a UK tour where audiences can hear firm favourites alongside material from the new album.


Blazin' Fiddles

Thursday 28 Feb 20198:00pm Book Now

Blazin’ Fiddles are one of the world’s most prolific fiddle groups. Celebrating their 21st year in 2019 – now with nine albums and many thousands of miles and behind them, yet a passion that burns brighter than ever – no other band has quite managed to capture the excitement, sensitivity and raw fire of Scottish music all at once.

With a ‘Blazers performance comes the unique opportunity to hear the regional expressions and diverse fiddle dialects from Scotland’s Highlands and islands, and the individual style from each music. The four fiddle frontline of Inverness’ Bruce MacGregor, Shetlander Jenna Reid, Nairn’s Rua Macmillan, and Orcadian Kristan Harvey are joined by guitar and piano from Anna Massie and Angus Lyon, where fiddles and bows ignite in a blend of ensemble and solo sets.

Whatever the hall – be it in a remote Highland village or London’s Royal Albert – this legendary, multi award-winning act never fails to set the hearts of their audiences alight.

“the band’s passion is gloriously infectious… a much loved staple on the Scots traditional scene for the past 20 years”


“an ensemble of class and distinction”


“infectious, enlivening and irresistible euphoria”

Folk Radio UK

“Music like this is a reminder why Hogmanay celebrations are such fun.”

London Evening Standard (four stars)

“bursting with joie de vivre and personality”


“the Led Zeppelin of the folk world”

The Scotsman


Hue & Cry

Friday 22 Mar 20198:00pm Book Now (Sold Out)

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of the classic live album Bitter Suite, Hue and Cry will be taking to the road for some very special stripped back shows in 2019.

Bitter Suite, released in 1989, was Hue and Cry’s third album and the band’s first live album following the critical acclaim and chart success of their debut album Seduced and Abandoned and follow up Remote. Bitter Suite features a beautiful acoustic version of classic Hue and Cry hit Looking For Linda along with their much loved cover of Michael Marra’s seminal Mother Glasgow.

For these special Bitter Suite 30th Anniversary Shows the brothers will be celebrating the songs from Bitter Suite as well as all the Hue and Cry hits and classics in a stripped back style.


Mile Twelve

Saturday 23 Mar 20198:00pm Book Now

Mile Twelve is an award-winning young American band, beautifully walking the line between contemporary and traditional bluegrass. Fast gaining recognition for their outstanding performances in the USA, Mile Twelve has been on a swift rise since the band’s formation in Boston in late 2014, where three of the five members studied at the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Blending outstanding musicianship with a tight band dynamic, Mile Twelve has performed extensively across the USA, Canada, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand and Australia, and the band won the 2017 Momentum Award from the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA). In late 2017 the band released their debut full-length album “Onwards”. Featuring mostly original compositions, the recording draws on a range of diverse influences and includes captivating songs and adventurous instrumentals. Spring 2019 will see Mile Twelve embark on their much-anticipated debut tour of the UK.

“Five accomplished bluegrass musicians who write, sing, and play like the wind - serious players who have serious fun. Mile Twelve is a group to watch in the coming decade!” – Tim O’Brien


Nick Heyward

Friday 12 Apr 20198:00pm Book Now

Thrust into the limelight in 1982 with the success of Pelican West, the pop-funk masterpiece that he recorded with his first band Haircut 100, Nick Heyward and his friends played the pop game perfectly, riding the post-new romantic funk wave and marrying Chic with the Monkees.

Haircut 100 burnt briefly and brightly, hitting the big time within a year, scoring four Top 10 singles including Love Plus One and Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl), before finishing as quickly as they began.

Nick’s first solo album, North Of A Miracle, reached number 10 in the charts, and he went on to release a string of critically acclaimed records over the next 30 years on a host of major labels.

The 2017 album, Woodland Echoes, is perhaps Nick’s most accomplished and assured to date and he will be performing songs from this, as well as his impressive back catalogue, on an intimate acoustic duo tour through spring.