EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2019

02 – 26 August

We are open every day 1pm to 5am with 9 shows per day!


Click here to view our Venue Page on the Fringe Festival website.

Tickets can be purchased in advance from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival website here. Please note that The Jazz Bar cannot print tickets and have no physical tickets to sell from the bar. If a show is not sold-out, you will be able to pay for tickets as you enter (cash only, no card payments). This is usually very limited entry and so we strongly advise purchasing tickets in advance. There may even be an online-only discount!

*Helpful tip* – When collecting tickets purchased online, you can avoid the long queues of the Royal Mile Fringe Box Office by picking up your tickets from any ‘collection point’ venue. The Jazz Bar does not print tickets.

Late night performances – Please note, as we are open from 1pm all the way to 5am, we consider each day as beginning and ending at 5am. For example, a performance listed as any time between 00:00 and 05:00 on ‘Tuesday’ will refer to a performance that is technically in the early hours of Wednesday morning. If you aren’t sure, please see our timetable layout below.

Age limits: 5 years + until 8pm, 16+ from 8pm to 10pm, 18+ only after 8pm (listed along-side each show’s details)



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INDEPENDENT FRINGE SHOWS

THE JAZZ BAR PRESENTS


INDEPENDENT FRINGE SHOWS


1 1890-1930: The Uncrowned Queens of Blues, Hot Jazz and Hokum from New Orleans to Memphis

Six women present hot, wild music from the blues, hokum and early jazz. ‘Pure Joy. Glorious’ ***** (Professor Elemental). ‘Real deal’ (Clive Anderson). Ages 16+
Aug 5,9 17:30 (1h) £10.00 (£7.00)
Aug 6,8 16:00 (1h) £10.00 (£7.00)
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2 1919-2019 Art Blakey’s Centennial: Valery Ponomarev Quintet

An unmissable exclusive performance from legendary Russian-American trumpeter and Jazz Messengers alumnus, Valery Ponomarev. This elite quintet celebrates the centennial of one of jazz’s most influential institutions. The jazz event of the Fringe! Ages 18+
Aug 21-25 22:00 (1h30m) £12.00 (£10.00)
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3 58 Fordwych Road – Nick Harper

One of the finest guitarists, soaring vocals, epic songs’ (Mojo). Nick Harper (son of Roy) plays songs of acoustic legends that dropped by the family home in Swinging 60s London. ‘Acoustic Hendrix!’ (Guitar Magazine). Ages 8+
Aug 10-17 19:00 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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4 A Love Letter to New York

From the West Side to the Wild Side, Leonard Bernstein to Lou Reed, join native New Yorker Jess Abrams as she sings a love letter to the Big Apple. ‘The real deal’ (Jazzwise). Ages 8+
Aug 2-3,6 19:00 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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5 A Songwriters’ Circle Presents…

The Circle returns, presenting two of Scotland’s finest songwriters playing a one-off show as a duo. Davison and Kay perform their songs together and reveal some of the stories and processes behind their songwriting. Ages 16+
Aug 2 17:30 (1h) £8.00
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6 Acoustic Blues’n’Roots With Passion and Humour

The Scottish guitar and double bass duo return for the third year with their highly successful blues’n’roots show. If you like music, this show is for you. Ages 8+
Aug 6,8,11-12,17,20,23,25 13:00 (1h) £8.00 (£7.00)
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7 Acoustic Lunch Time Blues

Whisky Road are back with their top-class, lunchtime acoustic blues show. Featuring acclaimed blues musicians Derek Smith (Main Street Blues), Pete Caban and Jim Harcus (Wang Dang Delta), performing authentic foot-stomping acoustic blues’n’roots. Ages 16+
Aug 4,7,9,13,15,18,21,24 13:00 (1h) £8.00
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8 Acoustic Swing

Ice-cool classics and red-hot originals with echoes of Django Reinhardt and Richard Thompson as the guitar-slinging troubadour (‘electrifying’ ****, ThreeWeeks) reinvents 20th century masterworks from Billie Holiday to Tom Waits and premieres some 21st-century originals. ‘Superb’ **** (Skinny). Ages 12+
Aug 3-4,7,10,14,16-17,21,24-25 17:30 (1h) £9.00 (£7.00) (£24.00F)
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9 Ali Affleck’s Queens of Swing

Award-winning vocalist offers passionate homage to trailblazing jazz divas: Fitzgerald, Washington, Simone, Lee and Sullivan. ‘Stunningly expressive’ ***** (Union Tribune). ‘Musical storyteller’ (Scotsman) ‘No other singer can deliver this material with such authenticity’ (BBC Jazzhouse). Ages 18+
Aug 19 19:00 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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10 Ali Affleck’s Speakeasy Sessions – A Night in New Orleans

Award winner Ali, ‘Scotland’s Queen of Vintage Jazz’ (OcWeekly.com), and her legendary speakeasy take you back to the prohibition era. ‘Outrageous musicality’ ***** (TheWeeReview.com). ‘The real deal’ (Clive Anderson). Ages 16+
Aug 4,6,16,20 20:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
Aug 18 19:00 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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11 Ali Affleck’s Torching the Blues – Blues and Torch Songs from the 1920s to the 1950s

Award-winning Ali, ‘Scotland’s queen of vintage blues’ (OC Weekly) celebrates the pioneers of early blues and torch songs. ‘Vivacious stage presence’ ***** (Scotsman). Ages 18+
Aug 13 20:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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12 Amy Abler: PianoDivalicious!

With touches of Liberace and Victor Borge, this world-touring US pianist/singer is a classical concert artist gone rogue. Combining virtuosic technique with vivacious comedy (and feathers), she covers Beethoven to Broadway, pop to Paganini, ragtime to rock’n’roll. Ages 8+
Aug 11-13,15,19 14:30 (1h) £10.00 (£9.00) (£5.00S)
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13 Angus Munro – One Night Only

Critically lauded chamber-pop star and quadruple-octave singer/songwriter Angus Munro brings his flaming hot piano and full band to the Edinburgh Fringe. As heard on BBC Radio 4. Ages 18+
Aug 20 19:00 (1h) £13.00 (£9.00)
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14 Bala Baile

Bala Baile is an Edinburgh-based Latin trio. Led by Colombian-American Felipe Schrieberg, the band blends blues, boogaloo and Cuban son into something unique. ‘Excellent! This is great’ (Clive Anderson, BBC Radio 4). Ages 18+
Aug 8,11-14 00:00 (1h30m) £9.00 (£8.00) (£32.00F)
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15 Bare-Knuckle Goddess: The Immortal Billie Holiday and Her Handpicked Favourites

Scotland’s ‘queen of vintage jazz’ (OCWeekly.com) performs a heartfelt homage to the Lady in Satin. Best Jazz Vocalist 2014. Nominee, 2017/2018 Scottish Jazz Awards. ‘Astounding vocals ***** (San Diego Tribune). Ages 16+
Aug 11 20:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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16 Blues Guitar Duo – Hot Tin Roof

Playing their eighth consecutive Festival Fringe, Hot Tin Roof are back with their highly acclaimed show Blues Guitar Duo, playing originals and popular blues classics at Edinburgh’s prestigious and award-winning Jazz Bar. Ages 12+
Aug 2-9,16 14:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00SDO) (£20.00F)
Aug 5,26 16:00 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00SDO) (£20.00F)
Aug 12 17:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00SDO) (£20.00F)
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17 Blueswater Presents: Queens of the Blues Live at The Jazz Bar

A celebration of the women who have shaped blues and popular music as we know it, featuring The Blueswater led by formidable singer Nicole Smit. ***** (TheWeeReview.com). **** (BroadwayBaby.com). Ages 8+
Aug 2,9 16:00 (1h) £10.00 (£9.00)
Aug 11,18,23 17:30 (1h) £10.00 (£9.00)
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18 Bonnie Bayou

The Jennifer Ewan Band’s back with another stirring mix of new original songs and old-time Cajun dance music with a Celtic tint. ‘Just brilliant… A Scottish rising star’ (BBC Radio Scotland). ‘Richly layered contemporary and Louisiana music’ (Herald). Ages 5+
Aug 2-3,5,10,14,16,19,22,26 13:00 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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19 Brass Gumbo Plays the Music of The Beatles

Scottish jazz/funk brass band Brass Gumbo take a magical musical tour through The Beatles’ back catalogue in the legendary Jazz Bar, using only horns, drums and plenty of New Orleans seasoning. Ages 5+
Aug 19-23 16:00 (1h) £9.00 (£7.00)
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20 Brian Kellock/Colin Steele Play Mary Poppins

After sell-out shows for the last four years, join Scotland’s top jazz stars as they take a trip with everyone’s favourite nanny! Playing all the greatest hits, we guarantee a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious evening! Ages 8+
Aug 18,20 14:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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21 Brian Molley Quintet Play Jazz Samba – Celebrating a Masterpiece of Brazilian Jazz

Hear the sound of summer with Glasgow’s Brian Molley Quintet reimagining the Getz/Byrd Brazilian masterpiece Jazz Samba, from cool bossa nova to high-octane samba. ‘Mesmerising’ (Huffington Post). Ages 18+
Aug 17-18 20:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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22 Cat Loud Quartet: Torch Songs

An intimate show of songs from the heartbreak heavyweight women of jazz, with award-winning performer Cat Loud and her band. ‘Stuns the room into silence’ (List). ‘Perfect night cap’ (Graham Norton). Ages 18+
Aug 2,4 22:00 (1h30m) £12.00 (£10.00)
Aug 5 20:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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23 Colin Steele Quintet Play Miles Davis

With thrilling empathy, phenomenal solos and driving musical energy, Steele’s trumpet fronts a quintet covering classic arrangements of Miles Davis’s seminal albums of the 50s and 60s from Milestones to Kind of Blue. Ages 18+
Aug 16-20 22:00 (1h30m) £10.00 (£9.00)
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24 Colin Steele/Martin Kershaw Quintet play Cannonball Adderley

Joyous tribute to Cannonball and Nat Adderley’s music, featuring a quintet of Scotland’s foremost jazz talent fronted by saxophonist Kershaw and trumpeter Steele. ‘The Adderleys have acquired premier league champions!’ (Herald). Ages 18+
Aug 12-13 22:00 (1h30m) £10.00 (£9.00)
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25 Cover Stories

Jazz vocalist Louise Dodds debuts her new show, Cover Stories. With her incredible band, she’ll perform some of her favourite jazz covers of pop songs – think Kurt Cobain to Kurt Elling, Peyroux to Prince, Rittenour to Radiohead. Ages 16+
Aug 2 20:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00SO)
Aug 26 19:00 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00SO)
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26 Duke Ellington/Louis Armstrong – Brian Kellock/Colin Steele

Satchmo and Duke made one recording together, The Summit (1961). Kellock and Steele recreate this recording, from Mood Indigo to Cottontail, but it won’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing! Ages 8+
Aug 4-5,7-9 19:00 (1h) £10.00 (£9.00)
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27 Hendrix And Us

After last year’s sell-out show, established Scottish jazz funk guitarist Aki Remally reconstructs the music of Jimi Hendrix with a funk-heavy approach, featuring Scotland’s finest musicians! A psychedelic funk odyssey to behold with grooves galore. Ages 18+
Aug 3,5,11,14-15 22:00 (1h30m) £10.00 (£8.00)
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28 Jazz Undercover: 70s Songwriters

A great song is a great so29 ng forever! Acclaimed London-based jazz/blues/soul vocalist Kerry-Jo Hodgkin, with long-time collaborator, guitarist Malcolm MacFarlane, creates new jazz/blues interpretations of songs from classic singer/songwriters prominent in the 1970s. ***** (Southside Advertiser). Ages 8+
Aug 21-25 14:30 (1h) £9.00 (£7.00) (£28.00F)
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29 JazzMain Presents Diggin Dexter!

From lush ballads to high-energy swinging jazz, Dexter Gordon had it all. For one afternoon only, we will recreate some of this giant’s greatest music. Guaranteed to be lively and get your toes tapping! Ages 12+
Aug 26 14:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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30 John Hunt Four O’Clock Afternoon Blues and Swing

‘Boogie-woogie slide-guitar master’ **** (Scotsman). ‘Like Seasick Steve in a science lab’ (Ian Rankin). The Fringe’s most unique, inventive and soulful blues performer’ **** (BroadwayBaby.com). ‘Boogie boss’ **** (Herald). ‘Fantastic’ (Jools Holland). Ages 12+
Aug 3-4,7,10,14,16-18,24-25 16:00 (1h) £9.00 (£7.00) (£24.00F)
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31 Kings of the Blues

Electric blues from the masters BB King, Albert King and Freddie King, including classics The Thrill Is Gone, Born Under a Bad Sign, Big Legged Woman played with Main Street’s energy and flair. Ages 16+
Aug 7,12,15,22,25 20:30 (1h) £10.00
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32 Lights Out by Nine – LIVE!

Lights Out by Nine once again present their brand of soul, funk and R’n’B, driven by the Hammond organ and a powerful three-piece horn section. A perfect mixture of classics and originals! Ages 12+
Aug 9,23 20:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
Aug 10,17 14:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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33 Peggy Fever

Acclaimed London-based jazz/blues/soul vocalist Kerry Jo Hodgkin pays tribute to legendary jazz and popular music singer, songwriter and composer, Peggy Lee. Collaborating with leading Scottish musicians on just five performances of this brand-new show. ***** (Southside Advertiser). Ages 8+
Aug 21-25 19:00 (1h) £9.00 (£7.00) (£28.00F)
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34 SymphRONica

BBC Radio 3 regulars Ron Davis’ SymphRONica return for a fourth Fringe. They’ve won worldwide raves including four stars from The Herald and The Scotsman. This is the music you’ve been looking for, the jazz you want to hear! Ages 18+
Aug 6-10 22:00 (1h30m) £10.00 (£8.00) (£7.00SUD) (£28.00F)
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35 Tenement Jazz Band: The Red Hot Roots of Jazz

Explore the roots of jazz, from ragtime through to the jazz age. Returning to the speakeasy atmosphere of this world-famous venue with a brand-new set. Complete sell-out in 2018. Ages 5+
Aug 6,8,13,15,19-20,22,26 17:30 (1h) £9.00 (£7.00) (£24.00F)
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36 The Blueswater: Live at The Jazz Bar

Award-winning Edinburgh band The Blueswater will perform five high-energy, late-night gigs in Edinburgh’s best live music venue, The Jazz Bar. Expect a full-on party. ***** (ThreeWeeks). ***** (BroadwayBaby.com). Ages 18+
Aug 4,6,18-19,21 00:00 (1h30m) £12.00 (£10.00) (£40.00F)
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37 The Easy Rollers: Speakeasy Jazz

Grab your dancin’ shoes cos the 20s are here to stay! Roaring seven-piece jazz band performing hits from the speakeasy bars of the Prohibition era. Ages 8+
Aug 11-13,15 16:00 (1h) £8.00 (£6.00) (£20.00F)
Aug 14 14:30 (1h) £8.00 (£6.00) (£20.00F)
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38 The Gil Scott-Heron Songbook

Aki Remally and Fraser Urquhart play a whole set of jazz, funk and soul from the songbook of the godfather of hip hop, Gil Scott-Heron. Four-piece jazz funk ensemble featuring the heaviest cats around… Ages 18+
Aug 8,14,19,21,24 20:30 (1h) £10.00 (£8.00)
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39 The Jazz Bar Presents: Funk, Blues, Jazz and Soul

Edinburgh’s iconic Jazz Bar showcases the very best local talent with late-night funk, blues and special jazz performances, including a 17-piece big band! Ages 18+

Please see below for details of specific shows. Tickets can be purchased in advance via the EdFringe website.
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40 The Katet vs John Williams

Eight-piece Edinburgh superband funks up the music of Star Wars, Jurassic Park, E.T. and more. All your favourite film scores like you’ve never heard them before! Expect pounding grooves, funky horns and duelling guitars. Ages 18+
Aug 7,15,20,22,25 00:00 (1h30m) £10.00 (£9.00)
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41 The Sorries at the Bar

The kilted duo return to the Jazz Bar by popular demand with a different selection of traditional songs. ‘Deliciously infectious… riotous fun’ ***** (ThreeWeeks). ‘Authentic, lively and hugely, hugely enjoyable’ ***** (BroadwayBaby.com). www.thesorries.co.uk Ages 16+
Aug 3,10 20:30 (1h) £12.50 (£10.50)
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THE JAZZ BAR PRESENTS:
Funk, Blues, Jazz and Soul


These shows are organised by The Jazz Bar, featuring some of the very best musicians of Edinburgh and Scotland, playing alongside international VIP guests. Tickets can be purchased in advance from the Fringe Festival website, listed under ‘The Jazz Bar Presents’, here.

Caution! – Due to our late opening hours, our days don’t end until 5am, so a show listed at 2am on a Friday is technically in the early hours of Saturday!

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Special Performances

The Jazz Bar’s 17-Piece Big Band

Wonderful sounds from this great weekly band with FOUR trumpets, FOUR trombones, FIVE saxes and FOUR rhythm! It’s a variable line-up of top-class pro players, who travel in from Glasgow, Borders, Perth, Fife (and Edinburgh!), to participate in this outstanding gig. There’s just nowhere else you can hear this standard of regular Big Band playing. Co-led by sax player Keith Edwards, the personnel changes weekly, as does their selection of fantastic arrangements, many of which are imported direct from Los Angeles by the band’s ex-LA bassist and co-leader Erik Lars Hansen.

Aug 26
8.30pm-9.30pm – Open Rehearsal
10pm-11.30pm – Performance
£7(£5)

James Brown is Annie

Lay down the grooves with Scotland’s premier soul-funk outfit, James Brown Is Annie, as they gear up for the launch of their new album in September. Expect to hear funky favourites, soulful newbies, and lots of hip-shaking tunes by the likes of Steely Dan, Average White Band, and James Brown in between. Having just recorded their second album with AWB legend, Hamish Stuart, all bodes well for a hot, sweaty, funky night.

Aug 5, 26
Midnight-1.30am
£6(£5)
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Midnight – 1.30am
£8(£6)

Melisa Kelly & the Smokin’ Crows

The Aki Remally Project

Aki Remally fronts this 5-piece funk odyssey, featuring Jonny White on saxophone, rhythm section swagger provided by Jamie Graham and Tom Wilkinson, and the moog-tastic keyboard stylings of HLK’s Rich Harrold. A brand new band from The Jazz Bar’s resident Hero, Aki Remally, bringing in original tunes and fresh collaborations.

Aug 10, 24

The Katet

Maestro Mike Kearney leads The Katet, Edinburgh’s 7-piece Soulfunk Monster. Expect high-octane, life and death superfunk fusion with relentless groove, gnarly guitars, and triple-horn acrobatics. Dance music for the thinking man!

Aug 9, 23

Melisa Kelly & The Smokin’ Crows

With songs from their recently released album ‘Devil’s Luck’ and covers of some of their favorite influences such as Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and Ray Charles. Come down and shake a tail feather with this powerful soul and blues band. “What a band! What a voice” – Chris Storr, Jools Holland’s R’n’B Orchestra. “I had to stop what I was doing, it was that good” – Big Boy Bloater, Blues Magazine Radio.

Aug 2, 16

The Rhythm & Booze Project

The Rhythm and Booze Project is a two-piece band incorporating roots, folk, and blues music in a uniquely gritty mix of its own, blending hypnotic grooves with raucous energy and irresistible showmanship. Featuring special guest guitarist Charlie Wild.

Aug 17

Rambootan

RAMBOOTAN are a young funk four-piece from Glasgow bringing funky vibes and neo-soul to the dancefloor. Featuring Jonathan Ip (vocals, guitar), Joe Nichols (keys, harmonica), Stefan Celosia (bass) and Peru Eizagirre (drums); expect fresh originals, tasteful covers and healthy sugars.

Aug 3
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2am-5am, Fri/Sat
£6(£5)

Nicole & the Backup Crew

Asazi Space Funk Explosion

The dancefloor will be filled as high-energy South African frontman ASAZI (vocals sax, marimba, djembe) takes off with his 5-piece of great players, ranging through Fela Kuti Afro-Funk, Jamaican Dub, raw tribal rhythms and modern-day dance-floor sonic experimentalism.

Aug 17

Bohemian Monk Machine

6-piece funk band hailing from Perth bring you a night of high energy funk mania! Expect groove based original material and an array of covers and reworks ranging from the 60’s era of James Brown right through to the current sounds of Vulfpeck. “Perth Funk Pioneers” ~ Hollie Irvine (Discovery Music)

Aug 24

Das Contras

Tightly arranged, totally rockin’ original funk/soul/reggae stylings from impressive 7-piece fronted by singer Sher Watson, with punchy 3-horn trumpet, sax, trombone brass section.

Aug 23

Logan’s Close

Logan’s Close are an Edinburgh based four-piece, performing original music with strong influence from 60s rhythm and blues. They mix traditional blues influences with forward thinking ideas, combining clever harmonies and seemingly endless onstage energy. ‘Brilliant band… one to watch’ (Janice Forsyth, BBC Radio Scotland).

Aug 2

Nicole & The Backup Crew

Lively and soulful blues party, paying homage to the most important women in blues history and featuring stunning singer Nicole Smit.

Aug 3, 16

Bala Baile

Bala Baile is an Edinburgh-based Latin trio. Led by Colombian-American Felipe Schrieberg, the band blends blues, boogaloo and Cuban son into something unique. ‘Excellent! This is great’ (Clive Anderson, BBC Radio 4).

Aug 10
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THE RESIDENTS

2am-5am, Weekdays
£6(£5)

Aki Remally – 101st Airborne, Future Heroes, The Sunday Sinners

Mondays – Glamour & the Baybes

6-Piece funk with ripping horns and massive vocals that grab you by the soul and drop you on the dance floor! Featuring the spectacular voice and eclectic madness of Angus Munro. ‘Soulful and outrageous… the largest vocal range I’ve ever heard!’ (Scotsman). Ages 18+

Aug 5, 12, 19, 26

Tuesdays – 101st Airborne

Fat grooves, jazzy excursions, soulful vocals and bags of pocket from guitarist Aki Remally’s soul-funk four-piece band… with the baaaadest rhythm section in town supplying ALL of your Tuesday funk with a set covering everything from Funkadelic to Vulfpeck. Ages 18+

Aug 6, 13, 20

Wednesdays – Swampfog

 Horn-heavy swamp-funk, mixing up New Orleans grooves with some hard-hitting riffs, feat. Jed Potts (guitar/vox), bass, drums plus a trumpet/sax/trombone horn section. Ages 18+

Aug 7, 14, 21

Thursdays – Future Heroes

Superbly creative guitarist Aki Remally fronts this five-piece funk monster. Featuring Jonny White on saxophone, these guys will keep your feet moving all night long with the deep-funk rhythms of Scott Jamieson (drums) and Tom Wilkinson (bass). Occasional guests ensure a night of heavy funking for all… Ages 18+

Aug 8, 15, 22

Sundays – The Sunday Sinners

Neo-soul, trip-hop grooves and re-edited classics are delivered to your ears, feet and hips by this vocals-fronted band with a rhythm section to die for. Guaranteed to keep your feet moving and your jaw dropped… hot vocals from Fiona Lynch, funky guitar from Aki Remally and dope grooves from Jim Drummond (drums) and Dougie Coulter (bass). Get involved. Ages 18+

Aug 4, 11, 18, 25
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