"Quite possibly the finest
small venue in the world" NME
272a St Vincent St,
G2 5RL,
United Kingdom

King Tut’s is situated on St Vincent Street, within walking distance of all major transport facilities.

The closest mainline railway station is Glasgow Central, low level trains stop at nearby Charing Cross and Anderston, and subway trains stop at St George's Cross and Cowcaddens - all about a ten minute walk.

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Interview: John Joseph Brill


We caught up with John Joseph Brill ahead of his show at King Tut's on 16th November...


KT: Hey John Joseph, cheers for taking the time to come in and catch up with us!

JJB: Well hello...


KT: You’ve visited Glasgow before, how did you find it?

JJB: I adore Glasgow, it's always such a friendly place to be and the food is incredible. I'm a vegan now and the options in town are limitless! The crowd at that Sofar show were incredible, so attentive, so involved. I really hope they can make it down to the Tuts gig!


KT: You’ve just started a 16 date UK and Europe Tour - How does it feel to be on the road?

JJB: Honestly I feel most at home on the road. I like the routine of it. A different city every day, fridges full of beer, an opportunity to explore a bit.


KT: Do you have any necessities that you take on tour with you?

JJB: Headphones, I think everyone in the splitter needs a bit of alone time now and again so I often switch off listening to records or podcasts. The West Wing podcast is my current addiction. And then Rennie, for the morning after...


KT: What has the response to your latest EP “I’m Not Alight” been like?

JJB: Really lovely. The reaction has been so heartwarming. It's special when you write about something particularly difficult and it means something to other people.


KT: Who would you say your main influences in music are and why?

JJB: Tom Waits, Neil Young, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Jason Molina .. I"m a lyrics guy. I wanted to learn how to tell stories and these guys taught me.


KT: Any final words?

JJB: Don't eat yellow snow.


See John Joseph Brill at King Tut's on 16th November. Tickets available here.


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