20th October 2019
27th October 2019
3rd November 2019
plus 3 more date(s), see below for more info
|5pm - 8pm|
1 Lister Square, Edinburgh South EH3 9GL
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Live music every Sunday at Soderberg!
Sunday 20th October - Becc Sanderson
Becc Sanderson performs songs of Billy Strayhorn, Radiohead, the White Stripes, Elvis Costello and Tom Waits, plus originals of her own making and all with flowers in their titles. Exploring cabaret and the tradition of the torch song, this incandescent star of La Clique will be bringing Graeme Stephen (guitar and effects), and Chris Greive (trombone and effects) to join in the revelry!
Sunday 27th October - Marianne McGregor
Marianne McGregor is an award-winning Scottish/Canadian jazz singer and songwriter based in Glasgow, Scotland. Her distinct jazz tone and self-penned songs are gaining her high recognition in the Scottish Jazz Scene. She has recently been awarded the 'Rising Star Award' in the Scottish Jazz Awards 2019. Her stunning vocal delivery and authentic use of tone relate back to her great jazz influencers, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Amy Winehouse. Marianne is currently performing all over Scotland regularly and working towards the release of her debut album.
Sunday 3rd November - Double Bill: Anna Vanosi + Ali Tod
Known for a beautiful singing voice and honest delivery, Anna is an Italian singer and actor based in Edinburgh. She debuted her solo show "Dont' Follow Me" at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2018 and performed her new show "Late Bloomers' Tale" this August. She sings an eclectic mix of jazz, blues and classy pop.
Building upon a classical guitar training, Ali Tod had developed a genre-defying style that has taken her on a whole new journey into the possibilities of the instrument. Based in Edinburgh, Ali supplements her grounding in traditional technique with heavy influences from artists such as Rodrigo y Gabriela and fellow Scot KT Tunstall. She creates a unique blend of percussive guitar and loop mastery to create an original sound that gets hands clapping, hips shaking and feet stomping. As a soloist she has performed in the Ards International Guitar Festival, the Belfast Guitar Festival, London Guitar Night, Manchester Guitar Night, and was recently invited to perform in the House of Blues in Anaheim, California as part of the 'Women of Fingerstyle Guitar' show, run by Fretmonkey Records. She plays guitar, banjo and vocals with Scotland's first all-female trad jazz band The Red Hot Rhythm Makers, and has performed with them in the Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival, Aberdeen Jazz Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as in venues across the UK. Ali is also the founder of the Edinburgh Guitar Night, a bi-monthly event that showcases guitarists of all styles and genres from around the world in the capital.
Sunday 10th November - The Jennifer Ewan Band
The Jennifer Ewan Band perform an exhilarating melting pot of heartfelt original songs and old-time Louisiana Creole and Cajun dance classics. As well as performing beautiful new Scottish pop, this upcoming songwriter and her bayou band demonstrate an easy familiarity with the older dance music of the swamps of rural French Louisiana - featuring Cajun blues licks from accordionist Kim Tebble and swamp-pop grooves from Simon Fildes on bass (Both Deaf Heights).
Sunday 17th November - Jessie Bates
Vocalist Jessie Bates and guitarist Haftor Medbøe delight audiences with their take on lesser known standards and enchant listeners with the uplifting chemistry and interplay of their long-standing partnership. Jessie's gentle, silky voice, full of musical sophistication and genuine playfulness, combined with the Tord Gustaven-esque accompaniment from Norwegian guitarist, Haftor, give the songs an original and engaging lift through sensitive musical arrangements delivered with humour and pathos in equal measure.
Sunday 24th November - Kat Brooks
A recognisable and increasingly prominent voice in the Edinburgh music scene offering an 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! She's joined by guitar virtuoso Ali Tod.
Additional Dates: 27 October 2019, 03 November 2019, 10 November 2019, 17 November 2019, 24 November 2019
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