’ and it would be Hoagy Charmichael and all this Hawaiian stuff he used to like. Music was music, and if it came from the heart, it was good.” In 2002, Brown closed the George Harrison tribute concert at the Albert Hall with a beautiful ukulele rendition of I’ll See You In My Dreams.At 72, Brown still performs around 100 concerts a year.
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“He loved music, not just rock and roll,” recalls Brown of Harrison.
“He’d go crackers, he’d phone me up and say ‘I’ve got this great record!
This mid sixties photo shows Chalmers Close before the buildings on the left were demolished.
I understand the club then called Annabel's would later become Frisco's.
The Hoochie Coochie club was a very popular club in the mid eighties, and played host to the occasional band too.
Situated above Coasters/Clouds at West Tollcross, this space usually doubled up as the "dressing room" for the bands that played the larger space downstairs..
The Fab Four even recorded Brown’s hit A Picture Of You during BBC sessions.
Later, Brown and Harrison became neighbours in Henley-on-Thames, where Brown reports there would be regular jamming sessions with such fellow musicians as Alvin Lee and Dave Edmunds.
He also promoted gigs in a variety of venues across Edinburgh - mostly at 'Coaster's in Tollcross and Valentino's in East Fountainbridge."1984 26th August The Go Betweens 1984 21st October The Gun Club 1985 20th February James King & The Lone Wolves 1985 25th April The Go Betweens 1985 19th May Jesse Rae 1985 20th October The Jazzateers & Bourgie Bourgie1985 25th October The Weather Prophets, & Meat Whiplash The Lyceum in Grindlay Street was built in 1883, originally run by legendary theatre managers Howard and Wyndham.