The 13th Note Café

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The 13th Note Café
The Note
Address 50-60 King Street
Glasgow
G1 5QT
Location Glasgow, Scotland
Coordinates 55°51′24″N 4°14′48″W / 55.85667°N 4.24667°W / 55.85667; -4.24667
Type music venue
bar
restaurant
Seating type standing
Capacity 110
Opened 1997 (1997)
Website
http://www.13thnote.co.uk/

The 13th Note Café is a restaurant, bar and music venue in Glasgow, Scotland.

It opened in 1997[1] on Glassford Street, before moving to its present site on King Street. Later, the 13th Note franchise expanded to include a larger club venue on Clyde Street. The holding company that owned both venues went into receivership in November 2001.[2] In the summer of 2002, The 13th Note Club was bought over by the Channelfly Group (owners of the Barfly franchise),[3] leaving only the café venue still open under its original name.

It has hosted concerts by a number of notable acts, including Idlewild, Belle & Sebastian, Franz Ferdinand and Futuristic Retro Champions. Prior to forming Franz Ferdinand, Alex Kapranos was the music programmer at the venue and hosted the Kazoo Club and 99p Club.[4][5] The current music programmer is Brendan O'Hare.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The List Guide
  2. ^ Nme.com
  3. ^ U.K.'s Channelfly Expands With Scottish Venue Buy | Marketing & Advertising > Marketing Techniques from AllBusiness.com
  4. ^ musician guide
  5. ^ nme.com

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