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The Music Of Roddy Frame & Aztec Camera by Paul Hagan – Prohibition Recording Studios

Date and Time:

July 26, 2024 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Events Location:

Prohibition Recording Studios, 24a Arrad Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L7 7BP, United Kingdom

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About the gig

In celebration of the 60th birthday of Roddy Frame, acclaimed singer-songwriter and frontman of Glaswegian new-wave band Aztec Camera, local musician and lifelong fan Paul Hagan will be performing an evening of songs spanning Roddy’s 40 year career.

With selections from all 10 of Roddy’s albums, from Aztec Camera’s classic debut “High Land Hard Rain” to his most recent release “Seven Dials”, expect to hear hit singles including Somewhere in My Heart, Oblivious, Walk out to Winter, and Good Morning Britain, alongside deeper cuts and fan favorites such as Small World, Reason for Living, Stray, 40 Days of Rain and more – all performed in the acoustic style that Roddy has adopted since becoming a solo artist.

This is a one off event, giving a rare chance to hear Roddy’s music recreated live by a self-confessed superfan. All proceeds from the gig will go to Claire House Children’s Hospice, a Merseyside charity helping seriously and terminally ill children live life to the full by creating wonderful experiences, and bringing back a sense of normality to family life.

About Paul Hagan

From Liverpool, Paul has performed around the UK for over 20 years, including as a member of local heroes Amsterdam, contributing to the albums The Journey, 1-2-3-4, and Home. During his time with the band he played live to the nation multiple times on BBC Radio 2, recorded a collaboration with Elvis Costello for the Liverpool No1 Project, and took to the stage at iconic venues including Abbey Road Studios, the Glastonbury festival, and Liverpool’s own M&S Arena.

He regularly works with Scottish musician Neil “Mackie” Macintosh, performing live with his power-pop band Ariel, contributing bass guitar to solo LP Needless Road, and the pair are currently collaborating on a 90s-inspired album with legendary engineer/producer Nick Brine (Oasis, Stone Roses, Ash, Super Furry Animals, Teenage Fanclub).

Paul is also a member of Liverpool band The Last Gambdado’s whose debut album “The Way We See” is available now on Spotify, with the recently-recorded follow up “Start Out Where You Stand” due for release in summer 2024.

Hear some of the artists and songs Paul has worked with and on below:

Consider this your chance, as a fan, to come hear the artist you love perform in an intimate, inner-city studio environment and also discover new, similar and fantastic musicians.

This is a unique gig experience that puts you at the heart of the artist’s performance. Due to this we have a minimal talking/phone use policy during performances. Any unnecessary noise during performances will result in you being asked to leave the event. We thank you for helping us to create a listening environment and respecting the artists.

A large proportion of the revenue raised from ticket sales is returned to the artists as payment for their talent and musicianship.

Prohibition Recording Studios prides itself in having musical integrity on behalf of ourselves and the artists.

Tickets are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis and are non-refundable.

No under 18s allowed.

Doors open at 19:00 and the show starts shortly after.

We politely ask all guests to arrive before the start time to ensure performances are not disturbed.

Main Act : Paul Hagan

Support Act: TBC

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Ticket sales end at 12pm on the day of the event – No tickets will be available on the door unless specified by Prohibition Recording Studios. 


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Note: There is limited seating at the venue – to avoid disappointment, please arrive for the event start time, which coincides with the doors opening. There are steps on entry to the building, so we are very sorry, but unfortunately due to restrictions of the building management we cannot offer a ramp for wheelchair users at this time. There may be a small card processing fee, unfortunately Prohibition Recording Studios cannot control this. We absorb all other fees where possible.

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