Sixties On A Sunday
Come on down to the Basement on a Sunday afternoon to drink, dance and sing along to simply the most authentic 60’s band you will ever hear 'Edinburgh’s own Fayne and the Cruisers'!
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“Sixties on a Sunday” with Edinburgh’s own Fayne and the Cruisers.
Come on down to the Basement on a Sunday afternoon to drink, dance and sing along to simply the most authentic 60’s band you will ever hear! Each month we’ll be joined by special guests and be belting out the greatest songs of the era.
Music from Roy Orbison, The Beatles, Billy Fury, The Stones, The Searchers, Gene Pitney, Matt Monro, The Drifters, Motown, Skiffle, The Beach Boys and many more…
Please note unreserved seating will be available, however latercomers may need to stand.
Doors open at 13:30
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