Monday 23rd June 2014 marks the second night of the start of a new and distinctive club night in Glasgow’s King Tuts.

Club Morsecode will be held in the legendary St Vincent Street venue, and will give artists, both emerging and established, the opportunity to perform in a format that is very much new to Scotland; Club Morsecode presents a new framework in which artists alternate after 2 or 3 songs. This structure has proved successful as it has previously been used by the club night in the Bedford music venue in London, to promote then-up and comer- Paolo Nutini.

King Tuts will be decked out café bar style in keeping with the event’s unconventional format.

Another interesting aspect of the Monday night event is that it is not limited to only singer-songwriters; music of any style will be considered by the event’s management as well as stand-up comedians and virtuoso musicians. Club Morsecode’s founder, Brendan Moon (manager of Paolo Nutini and rock band Gun) is behind the idea for the event and Gun’s frontman, Dante Gizzi will be the compere for the club night.

The first of four Club Morsecode nights will be headlined by Stephanie Fraser; a singer-songwriter who has already received recognition from winning the Island Records student music competition.

Club Morsecode will take place in King Tuts on Monday the 23rd June28th July and 11th August. Admission is FREE to what looks set to be an exciting format of gig showcasing!

 

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