Multi-award winning pub and live music venue in Inverness, the Highland capital.

Lewis and Leigh
Oct 9 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Lewis & Leigh started with no real plan in mind. What began as a casual songwriting session through a mutual Nashville friend has become three EPs in eighteen months.

Before Lewis & Leigh, Al Lewis and Alva Leigh had both been doing the solo artist thing for a while, but suddenly the prospect of joining forces appealed to them.

Read more HERE

Derek Young
Oct 9 @ 9:30 pm – Oct 10 @ 12:30 am

Derek Young

Scottish Folk Musician

Solo artist, currently based in Tayside but travels throughout Scotland to perform new interpretations of traditional songs and a range of more contemporary modern Scottish folk songs

In 1990 formed the Scottish folk duo Dek ‘n’ Eck with Sandy Clarke which still performs on a regular basis.

Past member of the Scottish folk band Tipsy Laird Founding member of the Celtic band Plastic Shamrock

Seed of Sorrow/Rabbit Punch
Oct 9 @ 10:00 pm – Oct 10 @ 3:00 am

Seed of Sorrow are a five piece death metal band originating from Inverness, Scotland, who are dedicated to producing the hardest, angriest brand of metal possible. In January 2014 at The Eagle Bar in Inverness they competed against 18 other bands and were crowned as the winners of the Highland Battle Of The Bands 2014.
The band has been together for three years and comprises of Lewis Goodwin on vocals, Mark Savage on guitar, Nick Laidlaw on guitar, John Murray on drums and Donald Tolmie on bass guitar.

Support comes from hard rock outfit Rabbit Punch.

Stick around for our resident DJs till 3 am!

Oct 10 @ 9:30 pm

Fantastic night of stompin’ ceilidh tunes ahead with Antrim!

Brass Monkees
Oct 10 @ 9:30 pm – Oct 11 @ 3:00 am

A 6 piece band with a big, big sound!
3 saxes and a grooving rhythm section, with brilliant vocal harmonies over the top – it’s the perfect sing-along, dance-all-night combination.

Stick around afterwards for our resident DJs till 3 am!

Footerin’ Aboot
Oct 11 @ 9:30 pm

An up and coming ceilidh band featuring a dynamic young group of musicians – Amber on fiddle, Lewis on guitar, Calum on drums/cajon, Rowan on bass guitar.

Swamp Radio/Inertia
Oct 16 @ 9:30 pm – Oct 17 @ 3:00 am

A wide spectrum of rock as Inverness bands Swamp Radio and Inertia team up on Friday October 16th.

Stick around afterwards for our resident DJs until 3 am in the morning!

Ted Christopher
Oct 16 @ 9:30 pm

Internationally known gigging and recording Scottish singer/songwriter who has a massive repertoire of covers as well as his own original material.

Dixie Fried/Dante
Oct 17 @ 9:30 pm – Oct 18 @ 3:00 am

Dixie Fried are a 2 piece, up-beat, blues inspired rock band from Central Scotland. They write songs about things we all witness in our own life experiences, from long car journeys to drunken nights to the ‘special’ characters that every town and village have bouncing through every street. However, they do tell each story to a background of Americana inspired rhythmic hypnotic blues music.

The backbeat of each song has a pulse that sings to your soul through Murphy’s drums, then you find yourself lost in music as Lamie’s captivating and alluring guitar style wondering why have you never found Dixie Fried before now ? With inspirations coming from RL Burnside, Junior Kimbrough, with the more contemporary North Mississippi Allstars and very early Black Keys it is easy to hear their hero’s influence but still capturing the dry yet clever, Scottish wit within the lyrics.

Dante have spent the last two years working on their first full-length album, Wake, with Frightened Rabbit guitarist, Andy Monghan. Drawing on indie and folk influences in unusually equal measure, The Herald has described the new material as a collection of “folk-flecked gems”.

Dante is essentially the creative output of Seán McLaughlin, who is also a member or The Birthday Suit (the side project of Idlewild guitarist, Rod Jones). Written in the Shetland Islands and featuring traditional fiddler, Vicky Gray (ex Aberfeldy) threads of traditional folk and Scottish indie intertwine throughout.

Have Mercy Las Vegas supported by Alan Frew
Oct 17 @ 9:30 pm

To set your expectations, Think deep Scottish roots, razor sharp Americana, trad and contemporary Appalachia embellished with touches of folk and country blues – do that and you’re halfway there. To complete the picture, add blisteringly tight musicianship and perfectly interlaced harmonies.