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Thursday 18th October
7:30pm
£10.00
Beats & Pieces Big Band take the big band sound to places it’s never been before, with a distinctive blend of rocking energy and precise dynamics, infectious floor-filling rhythms and widescreen arrangements, and generous individual freedom and tight collective interplay. Embra...
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Thursday 25th October
7:30pm
£8.00
Barbara Raimondi is an astonishingly talented singer, composer and jazz educator who has been a prominent member of the Italian jazz scene for over 20 years. With 5 highly acclaimed albums to her name, she has performed throughout Italy and around the world - including performanc...
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Friday 26th October
7:30pm
£11.00
Mutual Benefit - AKA Jordan Lee - has announced details of two intimate solo appearances in London and Paris for May 2018. Lee is currently putting the finishing touches to a new Mutual Benefit album in New York, which is set to follow the breakout debut Love's Crushing Diamond ...
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Thursday 1st November
7:30pm
£8.00
Animal Society is a group of renegade musicians from the darkest corners of Glasgow’s jazz scene. Ringleader Joe Williamson, guitarist and winner of Young Scottish Jazz Musician Of The Year 2018, unleashes this new group, in which cutting-edge jazz, indie and progressive rock c...
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Friday 2nd November
7:30pm
£12.00
In a year that has taken them across the Atlantic some four times, as well as to festivals and venues through the UK and Europe, Talisk are back in Glasgow - for one night only - celebrating the release of their hotly anticipated second album, Beyond. In just four years, the glo...
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Saturday 3rd November
7:30pm
£10.00
Over three decades, François Bourassa has built many musical mansions. As pianist, composer and bandleader, he long ago became an international example of Canada’s contemporary jazz scene. A model of both consistency and evolution, he continues to challenge himself, his talent...
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Monday 5th November
7:00pm
£8.80
Cat Clyde is a brand new artist out of Stratford, Ontario. A fresh take on the classic sounds of yesteryear; breathing new life into the velvety vocal, tack-piano, slide-guitar-style that can instantly walk you through the swinging doors of a packed saloon. With influences rangi...
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Thursday 8th November
7:30pm
£10.00
“the mindset behind 'Silver Lined' reflects the legacy of the great 'Blue Note' Jazz recordings of the 1960s where musicians would come together and create new music over the course of a single day. the pieces were composed and developed ahead of the session by the two leaders ...
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Zoe Francis and her great trio led by multi award-winning guitar legend Jim Mullen take a fresh look at the repertoire of iconic American singer-pianist Blossom Dearie, whose unique vocal style and accompaniment personalised every song she sang. Blossom arrived in New York during...
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Monday 12th November
8:30pm
£5.00
Spangled Cabaret is the longest running monthly alternative variety show in Glasgow! Beginning at The Rio Cafe on the 1st Monday in February 2008, Spangled went on to capture the imagination of the audience with an ever expanding roster of eclectic acts. An anything goes mix of: ...
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Friday 16th November
7:30pm
£8.00
"Nominated for both Best Band and Best Album in this year's Scottish Jazz Awards, Graham Costello’s STRATA make their Blue Arrow debut. They are known for blending stylistic elements of jazz, minimalism, and celebrated progressive/noise bands together with a strong DIY ethic, w...
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Wednesday 28th November
7:30pm
£7.00
COLOURWORKS Violinist Bernadette Kellermann’s solo project and debut EP, features her compositions exploring concepts of Scottish folk music, contemporary classical music, jazz and minimalism, while keeping a strong sense of melody. The band features some of Scotland's fines...
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Saturday 1st December
7:30pm
£10.00
Lorenz Kellhuber is considered an extraordinary instrumentalist, composer and improviser. In the Summer of 2014, he became the first German musician to receive first place in the renowned Parmigiani Montreux Jazz Piano Solo Competition from Monty Alexander. In 2016, Lorenz was no...
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Saturday 8th December
7:30pm
£10.00
Werkha is Tom A. Leah, a Mancunian in Glasgow, via rural Cumbria. First adopting the alias in 2012, Tom’s time so far as Werkha has seen him craft a singular sonic portfolio; exploring a vast array of live instrumentation, band arrangement, electronic production, DJ and remix ...
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"From the Old-School to the NuCool"


A basement Jazz venue in the heart of the city, the Blue Arrow is decorated with deeply coloured Timorous Beasties wallpaper, wood panelling and red theatre lights washing the brick walls. Cabaret tables with chequered cloths draw the eye to the obvious focus of the room. A stage, bathed in light with a piano at the centre.

The Blue Arrow Jazz club is Located at 323 Sauchiehall Street, close neighbours of the CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts), O2 ABC and just a stones' throw away from premier hotels (Dakota, Malmaison and Blythswood are within a few hundred metres).

From straight-ahead jazz such to the more avant-garde The Blue Arrow is a space where award winning local talents such as Fergus McCreadie and David Bowden can share the stage with touring artists such as Jannette Mason and Joost Lijbaart as well as established names in the world of Jazz,

“Glasgow has always been an international city, visitor numbers now show that it’s still a place which people come to for culture and fun. We want to provide world class entertainment for those visitors and for the people of Glasgow. We are determined that the best musicians will be on the stage, whether they are from the other side of the world or from round the corner, its talent that sets them apart.

The Blue Arrow Club will embrace the new generation of Jazz performers by nurturing the talent of the young musicians who are finding a fresh voice through the genre, but whilst doing so the Club will always recognise the roots and heritage of the music, the programme will respect and reference those who took the first steps on the Journey and pay our dues to the players who have shaped the scene.”

keeping the spirit of the Jazz greats alive whilst providing a boiler room for
the new Jazz sounds of the younger generation.

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