Debut performance by brand-new band, BrÒg, featuring legendary piper Gary West on pipes, whistles, vocals and guitar; virtuoso fiddler Greg Borland on fiddle and bass, and the sen…
If you were into music in the late 70s and early 80s, the chances are you were into 2 Tone, the iconic Coventry based label that was home to Ska revivalists like The Beat, The Sele…
‘A dazzling night of classy vintage swing and gypsy jazz played by a band that combines brilliant musicianship and warm personality’ (JazzScotland.
Ryan Young is an emerging young fiddle player bringing new and exciting ideas to traditional Scottish music.
Beautiful heart-wrenching songs, lively cello tunes and lots of laughter from Edinburgh’s own bubbly queen of folk Wendy Weatherby and her all-star band, featuring Fiona Cuthill on…
Back by popular demand after the most time-efficient total sell-out of the 2017 Fringe (check the laurel), this is the M8s: Live (but not so dangerous).
The Polis are Scotland’s number one Police tribute act.
Die Gl’Amouresque is a Berlin-based burlesque and cabaret act with vintage charm and a modern twist.
Come, taste and learn all about Arbikie’s family of world award-winning field-to-bottle gins from the Arbikie Ambassador team.
The ultimate tribute to the music of The Jam.
Singing sisters Sorella are a vocal harmony band from the North East of Scotland who emanate a unique and distinctive blend, leaving a lasting impression on their listeners.
Winners of Sunday Herald’s Best Unsigned Band Competition, Inverness female fronted indie-folk combo Dorec-a-belle bring their potent combination of gorgeous harmonies, catchy song…
What’s that, old sport? Swing classics and Prohibition-era hits from some of the finest talents in the country? Precisely! Prepare to be transported back to the golden age of jaz…
The show they couldn’t stop.
Come to the Merchant’s Hall to see the Soul Kings performing a set of the biggest soul, Motown and disco hits from the 60s and 70s.
Nominated for Scotland’s Blues Act of the Year, award-winning Glasgow-based singer Charlotte Marshall returns for two dates at The Merchant’s Hall in 2018.
Spatz & Co Showband interrupt their theatre roadshow tour to perform music from the 30s to the 90s.
A Whisky Masterclass with the legendary Charles MacLean.
The wild man of Scottish accordion is back with his tip-top tunes, frighteningly fast fingering and hilarious hi-jinks and humour, accompanied by his groovin’ five-piece band.
Following their previous sold-out Fringe show, acclaimed Scottish songwriters The Mars Patrol return to perform an intimate one-off hometown show at Merchant’s Hall in the heart of…
Scotland’s top ABBA tribute perform an explosive show packed with all your favourite ABBA Hits.
Sublime concert tribute to George Michael, starring Grant Macintosh – ‘soul sensation’ (Sun).
The Arbikie Pipers – led by grade one piper, Pipe Major Cammie Ritchie – present a performance of Scottish traditional music with a twist.
You are guaranteed to be off to a great start when you step into the gorgeous Merchant’s Hall with a G&T in hand.
Formed ten years ago for the sheer fun of playing, the M8s provide a guided tour of your favourite covers from Elvis to Adele; from Bay City to Chelsea via Dakota and the jailhouse…
Three of Scotland’s finest folk musicians: Capercaillie fiddler Charlie McKerron, Bùrach accordionist Sandy Brechin and Anam singer/guitarist Brian Ó hEadhra combine their consid…
Singing sisters Sorella are a vocal harmony band from the north east of Scotland who emanate a unique and distinctive blend, leaving a lasting impression on their listeners.
From Inverness, capital of the Highlands, this award-winning, indie-folk line-up bring their potent combination of gorgeous harmonies, catchy songs and unique instrumentation to th…
Spend a five-star evening with the most dinky-die singing sheilas this side of the black stump.
Pretenders by Talk of the Town are the UK’s only tribute to the music of Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders, covering classics like: Brass in Pocket, Don’t Get Me Wrong, Back on t…
Scottish band Reely Jiggered will take you on a journey through the streets of Mexico, the furious fiddling of gypsies, haunting melodies of Celtic Britain mixed with the soaring v…
Scottish Jazz Awards finalists Rose Room have become one of Scotland’s leading ensembles influenced by gypsy jazz.
The king of Celtic ‘ccordion, Sandy Brechin, brings his lightning-fast fingers to the Fringe once again, along with his mad-cap humour, featuring hits from his many albums plus som…
Two dates at The Merchants Hall in 2017 for this award-winning Glasgow-based singer, as Charlotte Marshall makes a triumphant return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with her soul-…
Award-winning vocalist Ali presents a showcase of the most powerful songs ever written on love and loss, within blues and jazz.
Scots Trad Music Awards’ Up and Coming Artist of the Year, Ryan Young is an emerging young fiddle player bringing new and exciting ideas to traditional Scottish music.
The Groove Band return to the Fringe after their successful 2016 debut, with a set showcasing the work of the multi award-winning duo of Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
The Arbikie Pipers – led by Grade 1 piper, Pipe Major Cammie Ritchie – present a performance of Scottish traditional music with a twist.
ABBA A-Rival are Scotland’s top Abba tribute, performing an explosive show packed with all your favourite ABBA hits, sensational singing and authentic costumes.
Aon Teanga or Un Çhengey.
Scottish Jazz Awards finalists Rose Room have become one of Scotland’s leading ensembles, influenced by the gypsy jazz genre.
Die Gl’Amouresque is a Berlin-based burlesque/cabaret revue quartet with a sensually vintage yet modern twist.
Sell-out show 2015! Award-winning vocalist Ali (Scottish Jazz Awards) is back with a two-hour performance and an all-star band – Graeme Stephen (guitar), Chris Greive (trombone) …
The award-winning trio with a big band sound, Barrule elevates the Isle of Man’s native music to a new level of performance and musicianship; a knockout live act performing Manx …
Internationally renowned duo Elektra instantly bring the stage to life in a stunning show of musical virtuosity.
One of Scottish folk music’s most recognised, much loved bands, the Rachel Hair Trio are renowned for their strong melodies, rootsy songs and majestic instrumental flair.
Caroline Gilmour could be a worldwide smash’ (Sun).
The Haggis Horns are a seven-piece live funk extravaganza combining heavy breakbeat funk, soul, hip-hop and afrobeat with the virtuosity of trained jazz musicians.
Steeped in the funk, soul and jazz traditions, The Groove Band have selected some great classic tunes and given them new life, injecting their own brand of groove, infused with exc…
One of Scotland’s best bands make their Fringe debut with an intimate, one-off acoustic show at the Merchant’s Hall, playing songs from their new album, Human Condition.
Fresh from the success of The 27 Club show in Europe, Aki Remally takes you on a journey through his life in music and the powerful influence of Jimi Hendrix.
Award-winning Scottish funk septet Das Contras return to launch their third album.
Ross and Tom return to the Fringe with a new show after their sell-out performances in 2013 and 2014.
UK based Chilean singer/songwriter Valentina Montoya Martínez, foremost voice of contemporary Latin American progressive folk music performance in Scotland, performs an evening of…
With a style that’s been described as ‘creative… engaging… conversational’ (Jazz Journal), Vocalist Cindy has captured audiences’ imaginations and won admirers among jazz afi…
Freaky Family are back! Aki Remally, Jamie Graham and Allan Ferguson head this groundbreaking band traversing funk, jazz, hip hop beats and groove sensibility.
Since winning the Sunday Herald’s Best Unsigned Band Competition in 2013, Inverness’s all-female foursome, Dorec-a-belle, have played across Scotland, including at major festivals …
Award-winning Glasgow-based singer Charlotte Marshall returns to live action with her soul-funk-blues and R’n’B band the 45s at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August.
Royal, calorie-laden, whipped up funk courtesy of Scotland’s premier groove band.
Singer/songwriter from Inverness. Deep, melodic and lyrical songs from a young new talent. Inspirations include PJ Harvey, Stevie Nicks, Lisa Gerard.
A vaguely outrageous, psychedelic three-piece hip-hop folk funk outfit, hand-crafting screwball anthems deep in the Scottish Highlands.
In the setting of voice, bass and guitar, Sophie Bancroft and Tom Lyne create a dynamic, entertaining and intimate interpretation of beautiful songs.
Genre-defying Nu Nordic pioneers Auvo Quartet, the stage-melting powerhouse duo Ross Couper and Tom Oakes and his many forays into cinematic, classical and improvised material.
Smoove and Turrell are a world renowned band hailing from Newcastle upon Tyne in the UK.
Dirty Harry not only has the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of Blondie, but also a lookalike Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
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