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DAYLIGHT SESSIONS: Fat Tuesdays + STEVE GROZIER

Sun 5th Nov 2017
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A lazy afternoon with music, brunch, tea and cake. An event for all ages. Produced by Saint Luke’s. Free entry* 1PM-4PM (*suggested donation £5.00)

FAT TUESDAY 

Playing a mix of American and British blues, the band members have played in various other types of bands gigging all over the UK and after the break up of a previous band Davie decided to form a blues band and FAT TUESDAY is the result. The band name originates from Nashville Tennessee and is the name given to the day after Mardi Gras, the name was coined by Don after a visit to Nashville. Davie and Don are founding members, while Scott is the second keys player and Colin is the third drummer with the band. Fruition and band stability has been held back due to changing personnel and missed some prestigious gigs due to line up changes but now the band are settled progressing well. The band is currently gigging and rehearsing regularly playing a mixture of covers of lesser known but good blues and original material.

STEVE GROZIER

Steve Grozier is a Scottish Americana, folk and country blues singer-songwriter and musician based in Glasgow, Scotland.

With the release of his debut ‘Take My Leave’ (2016) Grozier received accolades ranging from “Part Townes Van Zandt, part Jason Isbell, his vocal style is a classic blend of old and new Americana.” (Glasgow Music) to “The music Grozier produces is warm and beautiful, invoking the alt country ghosts of Whiskeytown and Jay Farrar’s Son Volt.” (Rave Child).

His sophomore EP ‘A Place We Called Home’ (2017) received glowing reviews, including a five star review from Glasgow Music, drawing comparisons with Ryan Adams, Sam Outlaw & Courtney Marie Andrews.

The Rocking Magpie said, “This is Grozier’s 2nd EP and it sounds like a man (and band) on the verge of a breakthrough.”

 

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