the jazz cafe
I take another glance at the unwarranted queue at the bar and breathe a heavy sigh at the thought of queuing twenty minutes for a bog standard lager served in a plastic cup. And then, it happens. I reach into my pocket and remove the packet of fruit flavoured ant-acid tablets.
Bridget Kelly, the U.S R&B songstress blessed UK soil with her presence for the 2nd time as she performed at London's prestigious
'We're a gigging band in Scotland,' Andy Clucas tells me. 'We started as an acoustic band back in the winter of 2007, and a lot of people told us we had a Dexys [Midnight Runners] sound, probably because our sound is...eclectic.'
With grace, honour and unrivalled wisdom, Sister Bliss and Maxi Jazz stood proudly tall in a venue that saw them play their first ever full live gig alongside band member Rollo back in 1996. Holding the highest respect from anyone who has ever had the pleasure to work or play alongside them, Faithless have walked the journey of most who have graced the Jazz Cafe's famous stage.