Go WEST for Free Live Jazz on Sunday Afternoons
WEST brewery, bar & restaurant, located at the iconic Templeton Building at Glasgow Green, is launching a regular series of free live jazz performances at its 440 seat Bavarian beer hall on Sunday afternoons.
Starting on Sunday 13th April with a performance by Liquid Jazz, followed by Jazz Co. on 27th April, WEST aims to host to a live band every Sunday from 2pm-5pm performing jazz, funk, rock, latin and blues in the main bar area.
German brewery owner, Petra Wetzel, said, “What better way to enjoy your Sunday afternoon than having a spot of lunch, a refreshing beer brewed right here on the premises, whilst listening to a live jazz band?
“There’s no charge for coming along and enjoying the music and we welcome all age groups – so you can bring the children along as well. We’ve got some of Glasgow’s best bands lined up throughout the spring and summer so fans of jazz should go WEST on a Sunday! ”
Liquid Jazz is a quartet consisting of Andy Mulligan (Tenor Sax), Iain (Mac) McIntyre (Electric Bass), Frank Cairns (Electric Guitar) and Billy McGrory (Drums) that has been a regular on the Glasgow jazz scene since forming in 2003. While Jazz Co. is a Glasgow five piece band with two horn players who are regular performers in all the favourite jazz venues across the city performing traditional standards and more up to date pieces.
Jazz fans can check out WEST’s website at www.westbeer.com for future updates on what’s happening on the music front at WEST.
Styling itself on the beers of Bavaria, WEST’s products are the only beers in the UK that meet the Reinheitsgebot; German legislation which ensures only the finest, purest beer is deemed fit for consumption.
WEST brewery, bar & restaurant is open seven days a week, 11am till 11pm Sunday to Thursday and 11am to midnight Friday and Saturday. Brewery tours are available by arrangement.
For further information please contact Petra Wetzel on tel 0141 550 0135
Issued on behalf of Noah Beers by Liquorice Media tel 0141 564 8058
Date 7th April 08