The Fever will be hot stuff

Trio ready to play in Dum­fries

Dumfries & Galloway Standard - - THE WEEKEND TICKET -

The tem­per­a­ture will be ris­ing at the The­atre Royal in Dum­fries tonight when The Fever take to the stage.

In their first visit to the venue, this trio with a real vin­tage vibe will be per­form­ing a range of songs from gen­res in­clud­ing jazz and blues, made fa­mous by Ella Fitzger­ald, Fats Waller, Imelda May and Joe Bona­massa.

The band fea­tures the tal­ents of ex­pe­ri­enced mu­si­cians Andy McMil­lan, from Dum­fries, plus Doug Car­roll and Mary Bar­clay from Dal­beat­tie.

Hav­ing played a ma­jor part in Dum­fries and Gal­loway’s mu­sic scene for many years, Andy, Doug and Mary formed The Fever last year.

Since then, they have many pres­ti­gious gigs al­ready un­der their belt and more to come, in­clud­ing an ap­pear­ance at Callander Jazz and Blues Fes­ti­val.

Andy pro­vides a full- bod­ied groove on his dou­ble bass with Doug show­ing flair and ex­per­tise on his jazz gui­tar.

Mary’s voice is dy­namic, warm and rich – per­fectly suited to the cho­sen ma­te­rial.

Vin­tage vibe The Fever will play jazz and blues

Venue Gig will take place in the The­atre Royal

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