Live jazz every Sunday
Colin Steele plays Chet Baker
Acclaimed Scottish trumpeter and composer Colin Steele will play the music of Chet Baker, accompanied by Fraser Urquhart on the keyboard and Brian Shiels on the double bass. Colin says of Chet: "He had the most beautiful tone, and he could communicate on an emotional level that I hear in few musicians (Billie Holiday springs to mind). I have spent thousands of joyful hours immersing myself in Chet’s music!"
Seonaid Aitken Trio
Scottish Jazz Award-winning vocalist (Best Vocalist 2017 & 2018), virtuoso violinist, orchestrator and BBC broadcaster performs music from her debut solo jazz album ‘What Is This Thing Called Love?’ (released on Valentine’s Day 2019). Joined by Fraser Urquhart (piano) and Andrew Sharkey (bass), the trio will entertain with Great American Songbook favourites, jazz standards and popular classics with a hint of Gypsy Swing. “Seonaid Aitken’s bright vocals and breezy virtuosity are simply a pleasure to behold” The Herald
Piano singer-songwriter with a multi-faceted four octave vocal range that can break glass. One that's used while flipping piano stools and mic stands in his dynamic live stage shows. Coupled with a songwriting style that has unlikely bedfellows in comparisons to Jeff Buckley and Cole Porter, Angus certainly cuts a unique and colourful figure in the Scottish music scene.
Explosive combination of soul and blues, Kat Brooks hits the stage with extraordinary energy and talent! Music lovers, this is a not-to-be-missed performance!
Elaine Crighton & Iain Carleton
Scottish Jazz Vocalist Elaine Crighton has been steadily growing a name and reputation for herself on the Scottish Jazz scene the last few years. From her origins in the North East of Scotland she has now performed widely across the country putting her indelible stamp on Modern jazz, vocalising and bringing out the best that The Great American Songbook has to offer.
Classic songs and little-known gems. Beautifully rendered. Susanna Macdonald (voice) and Kevin Barrett (guitar) will perform as a trio, with Ed Kelly on the double bass. Their repertoire is a quirky collection of jazz standards, pop classics and folk songs, with a particular emphasis on Scottish and Canadian composers. Known collectively as ‘The TAHP’ (Trans-Atlantic Happiness Project), they perform regularly in Edinburgh and Toronto.