Hamish Stuart Band

Hamish Stuart Band

21st August 2022

Customers will be contacted regarding refunds.

This is a seated gig, with space to dance for those that want to.

"He's still playing a superior blend of soul and jazz with a great band, while his voice has that unique smoky soul allure.” - Time Out

Glasgow-born Hamish Stuart shot to fame in the 1970s as the falsetto voice and guitarist of the Average White Band, his distinctive songwriting, vocal and guitar style helping pave the way to their extraordinary worldwide success.
hen the AWB split in 1982, Hamish wrote, recorded and toured with many top soul and jazz artists, including Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, George Benson, Quincy Jones, Atlantic Starr and Chaka Khan, for whom he wrote the No. 1 chart hit Whatcha Gonna Do For Me?

Hamish went on to record with saxophonist David Sanborn, releasing a live album on which he sang Al Green’s Love and Happiness, and in the late 80s he joined Paul McCartney’s band, appearing on several albums and undertaking world tours over a six-year period.

Although still guesting in other people’s projects (including on the single Black Cow for trumpeter Reuben Fowler's 40th anniversary celebration of Steely Dan's classic Aja album), since 1994 Hamish has also led his own group. 

The Hamish Stuart Band reflects the singer's own personality, immensely diverse interests and influences, while showcasing his inimitable vocal style.

On the night, expect AWB classics, some originals, and great funk and soul classics, by a band that generates a truly ferocious groove and never fails to blow the roof off!

Hamish Stuart (Guitar/Vocals), Ross Stanley (Keyboards), Jim Watson (Keyboards), Adam Phillips (Guitar), Steve Pearce (Bass), Ian Thomas (Drums). 


Tickets £20.
No Jazz Express offer for this concert.
Doors open 7.00pm, starts 7.30pm.
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