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Originally owned by Allan Williams, The Jacaranda was the first home of The Beatles and has been an important part of the Liverpool music scene since 1958.
Reopened and refurbished in November 2014, The Jacaranda Club has once again put itself at the epicentre of unsigned music of the city. With the famous open mics on every Sunday, there are live bands playing through the week and every Friday and Saturday from 7pm.
Situated in the snug surroundings of the club's first floor is Jacaranda Records - a distinctly unique concept that combines vinyl, coffee and drinks! Jacaranda Records hosts four specially crafted listening booths. With vinyl record players sunk into the granite tables you can listen through a selection of music, with 'Top 100 Albums Of All Time', The Beatles and local classics, whilst you enjoy our incredible range of cocktails and hot drinks selection.
Jacaranda Records is also home to a 1948 Voice-o-graph recording machine that records a track directly to vinyl!