2nd February 2020
9th February 2020
16th February 2020
plus 1 more date(s), see below for more info
|5.30pm - 8pm|
1 Lister Square, Edinburgh South EH3 9GL
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Live music every Sunday at Soderberg!
2nd - AMY READER
Performing at an array of venues around Edinburgh, Amy Reader offers a vast repertoire filled with various genres ensuring there is something for everyone to enjoy.
When joined by the incredibly talented pianist Luke Cunningham, you will experience countless Jazz/Swing standards with some unique interpretations of all-time classics. In addition to their musical talent, both musicians originate from Paisley, so expect a performance laced with humour and personality!
With a charismatic energy and a passion to give a premium-quality performance, this duo is sure to create an atmosphere you won't want to leave!
9th - THE TAHP
Classic songs and little-known gems. Beautifully rendered.
The duo of Susanna Macdonald (voice) and Kevin Barrett (guitar) perform 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 have toured across Scotland and Canada, and most recently played in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Susanna Macdonald is a singer/songwriter based in Edinburgh, with a voice as clear as a bell, and a knack for beautiful phrasing.
Kevin Barrett is a guitarist, producer and composer based in Toronto, Canada, known as a passionate soloist, a first-rate accompanist, and a versatile and creative side musician.
Susanna and Kevin met in Edinburgh's famous Sandy Bell's pub several years ago, and perform together whenever geography and circumstance permit.
16th - NOVATOWN BOSSA
Novatown is a collective of Bossa Nova musicians in Edinburgh. Our style is heavily influenced by Brazilian and Latin American music. The phrase bossa nova means literally "new trend" or "new wave" and we bring a lyrical fusion of samba and jazz. We are a group of young musicians and students who first got together to bring our love of Bossa to the Edinburgh scene and it was at the 2019 Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival that Novatown was born. We initially started off as a collective of 10, performing in ensembles of anything between 3 to 10 pieces. Now we bring our music as a refresh of the style into the Edinburgh town.
23rd - KATIE DOYLE
Glaswegian singer/songwriter Katie Doyle is quickly establishing herself as one to watch. Her soaring vocals and unique lyrics demand attention and make it easy to see why fans are making comparisons to the likes of Amy Winehouse and Alicia Keys. Set to be released later this year, her highly anticipated debut EP will prove why Katie's big break is on the horizon.
"If you have been a regular gig-goer in Scotland over the past few years you may well have been lucky enough to have seen, heard, and marvelled at the singer/songwriter known as kitti. A jazz chanteuse in the torch tradition of Billie Holliday, Sara Vaughan and Dinah Washington, she has a voice that speaks of an old soul, someone who lives and breathes the music she sings." - Scots Whay Hae!
"She played to us a line of infectiously fabulous RnB tunes that were utterly catchy and brought to life so well by Katie and the most ample group of musicians she could have possibly picked for the job, and you knew they were making a noteworthy impression as a sea of bodies were joyfully swaying about, and how could you even resist doing that?" - Small Music Scene
Additional Dates: 09 February 2020, 16 February 2020, 23 February 2020
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