Club Morsecode is offering new and established artists the opportunity to play one of the world’s famousest music venues, King Tut’s, in a new club night format for Scotland.
King Tut’s bar will be set up cafe style with artists not playing conventional sets of music, but two or three songs at a time rotating.
This is a format that has worked so well for the Bedford music venue in London, where Morsecode promoted the likes of Paolo Nutini so successfully.
Curated by Morsecode’s founder Brendan Moon (Speedway, Paolo Nutini, Gun, Josh Record), the first artist presented was pop-folk singer-songwriter Stephanie Fraser with support from Billy Jeffrey Junior.
The compere for this first show on the 2nd of June was GUN frontman Dante Gizzi.
Stephanie Fraser, who won the Island Records student music competition, previously won by Ed Sheeran, will headline the first four Club Morsecode nights throughout June, July and August.
The Monday nights in the Tut’s bar will not be limited to singer songwriters and the management company would consider music of any style, stand up comedians or virtuoso musicians.
The next Club Morsecode night will take place on August 11.
Admission is free and the night will start around 8pm.