Sun 15th September 7:00pm
Book Tickets
£ 18.00

A supporter of artists and champion of good music for nearly four decades, the legendary  “Jumpin Hot Club”,  based around Newcastle Upon Tyne,  is taking a live musical revue on tour of our favourite performers,  to celebrate its forthcoming 40th year anniversary.

This musical revue show will feature Martin Stephenson duo (with Rupert Hughes – Often Herd), Rob Heron (Tea Pad Orchestra), Errant Moose (bluegrass duo), and Shipcote.

Martin Stephenson, has been playing the Jumpin’ Hot club since it first opened its doors. The local singer-songwriter based in the Highlands was recently featured on Billy Connolly’s BBC documentary, as Billy is a huge fan. Martin’s songs are a glorious mix of the music we love: folk, country, jazz & heartfelt pop  His live performances are an exuberant tour-de-force combining heart-in-your-mouth intimacy with playful humour and warm self-deprecation. He will be accompanied by Rupert Hughes , the highly acclaimed guitarist with bluegrass band “The Often Herd”

Rob Heron (& His Tea Pad Orchestra) have been playing the Jumpin’ Hot club for over a decade or so.  His very own dazzling songs and music are inspired from bygone years, well  before he was born. Western Swing, Blues, Rock & Roll, Cajun, Soul, all done excitingly in his unique easy-retro style. He will tour solo.

Errant Moose are Phillipa & Phoebe. A relatively new and exciting acoustic duo (fiddle/guitar) They are old time & bluegrass enthusiasts from the two Shields (North & South) and it’s the new bluegrass sound of Newcastle.

And finally Shipcote, the founder of Jumpin’ Hot Club, will bring his Guitar and Double Bass (and recently published Jumpin’ Hot Club book!) & join in with the revue.


Doors open 7pm. Music starts 8pm. The venue is mixed seated and standing. Tables are limited, and available on a first come first served basis, so if you’d like a seat, we recommend arriving early!