Glasgow Jazz Festival 2017: The Bevvy Sisters
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June 19, 2017
The audience know they’ve seen something special * * * * * BROADWAY BABY
Energetic yet measured. Skillful and exuberant* * * * THE SCOTSMAN
Mixing equal measures of sweetness and sass, grit and glamour, heartbreak and hilarity – cut with a dash of potent Scottish spirit – Since 2006 The Bevvy Sisters have won a uniquely distinctive place in audiences’ hearts … imagine the Andrews Sisters with switchblades! Their radiantly triple-layered voices and artfully wide-ranging repertoire of vintage,contemporary and original songs stand out from the crowd in both style and substance. Pure vocal magic, distilled to the power of three. The Bevvy Sisters are HEATHER MCLEOD, GINA RAE & LOUISE MURPHY with DAVID DONNELLY.
The Bevvy Sisters play Drygate on Saturday 24th June at 9pm. You’re in for a real treat. Tix available here
Get the lowdown on Glasgow Jazz Festival with our walking tour on Sat 24th June: bit.ly/2qLqnvx
We begin at the Scottish Music Centre with live music from guitarist Joe Williamson and a wee refreshment before we commence a gentle stroll around Merchant City with our guide Alison Eales. Purchase of a ticket entitles you to one half price ticket for the Buddy Rich Centenary Concert with drummer Alyn Cosker and the SNJO.
C/O Hutchison and Co B5 Whitecrook Business Centre, 78 Whitecrook Street Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire G81 1QF