Posts Tagged ‘‘Moldy Fig’’

The Concorde Club, members club wine bar; Moldy Fig

April 11th, 2011

The Concorde Club, is a members club in Eastleigh, Hampshire. Established in 1957 the club boasts an excellent restaurant, wine bar and hotel lodge. World famous for jazz.

The Club is a beautiful landscaped location and live music venue, nestled near Monks Brook with terrace and gardens near the airport…a really charming place to play music.

Moldy Fig’ has its origins in jazz and was a derogatory term used by ‘be bop/modernists’ for enthusiasts of New Orleans and earlier forms of jazz. The walls make interesting reading with pictures of the great jazz names who have appeared at the Concorde Club.

“Wonderful guitarist live in the MOLDY FIG / Concorde Club”

January 26th, 2011

  • Sat April 9, 2011 at 20:30
  • Wonderful guitarist live in the MOLDY FIG
  • Members & Guests Only

Concorde Club, Eastleigh

Pete Christie – Anglicana Acoustic Rock


Pete Christie is a powerfully melodic and intelligent, lyrically diverse and thought-provoking singer-songwriter, and an extremely accomplished and versatile acoustic guitarist.

From his first professional group, The Skavengers, a dynamic 3-piece ska/rock outfit that began life in 1979, through to his stunning and critically acclaimed new album ‘Frank’ probably the epitome of his current solo acoustic work, Pete has proved to be a consumate songwriter, singer, performer, and entertainer.