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OOTB 468 featuring Damien Casey-Boyce


Hi everybody. Well, it’s Damien Casey-Boyce who’s the featured act at OOTB tonight (Sat 31 March). Basically it starts at 8pm, we have an hour of open floorspots, then Damien Casey-Boyce, then another hour of open floorspots. The open floorspots are usually pretty impressive because everybody has to write their own material (ie: no covers). If you want to sign up for a floorspot by the way, please get there for about 7:15-7:30pm, as it’s first come, first served.

So yeah, it’s FREE and it’s GOOD, and it’s at The Montague Bar on St Leonards Street in Edinburgh. ALSO, if you know anybody who might like this sort of thing (ie: they enjoy music), then please forward this email to them as well. Spread the word, we’ve got FREE LIVE MUSIC every Saturday at The Montague Bar and there’s no point making a secret of it. In fact check out all the upcoming featured acts we’ve got lined up:

Sat 24 March – Jamie and Shoony Eh – very vigorous newcomers to OOTB, total showmen
Sat 31 March – Damian Casey-Boyce – he actually wrote a theme song for OOTB!
Sat 7th April – The Ferny Brackens – wyrd folk music, with very varied song subjects
Sat 14 April – Colin Milne – His songs are full of real life humour and sometimes tragedy
Sat 21 April – Calum Carlyle – Acoustic anti-pop songs for the 21st century
Sat 28 April – Jo Wilson – he’s back from Pakistan, ready to entrance your brain with music
Sat 5th May – The Keep – an all star lineup which has already turned some heads
Sat 12th May – Laurie Cameron – a top flight performer and songwriter
Sat 19th May – John Watton – a truly gifted guitarist with a lot of great songs to boot!
Sat 26th May – Daniel Scott – fresh faced crooner with a charming smile too.

Not only that but what about TOMORROW (Sun 1 April) eh? It’s The Listening Room at The Blue Blazer on the corner of Bread and Spittal Streets just off Lothian Road. It’s quite similar, it’s FREE, it’s every Sunday, and it’s an hour of open floorspots and then a featured act. Tomorrow night the featured act is Nyk Stoddart/Mutant Lodge – it’ll be a hoot.


So yeah, there’s tons of other stuff going on at the moment, my head nearly explodes thinking about it all. For instance tomorrow (1 April) as part of a thing called April Foolery, as many musicians as possible will all be turning up at The Pavilion Cafe in The Meadows at 1pm in the afternoon, and then playing music on the number 23 bus route to protest against the new Entertainment Licensing legislation that’s coming into force. Here’s more information, but if you want to stick up for small venues and live music, then be at The Pavilion Cafe in the The Meadows at 1pm SHARP with your instruments, or just yourselves.

See you all out there in Musicland!

Calum Carlyle
Out of the Bedroom

One Comment

  1. Ping from Jen McGregor:

    Thank you for joining the protest! I’m so pleased at the number of brilliant people who have chosen to stand up for small-scale arts. April Foolery is going to be a great day!

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