Quattro MacJazz is a Dixieland quartet specialising in Hot Jazz and Gospel. Founded in 2006 by the Clyde Valley Stompers' trailblazing soloist, Forrie Cairns, they are recording stars on the Corban Recordings label and have issued 4 best-selling albums in recent years. The great entertainer, Alastair McDonald, returns to his roots with this ensemble, rejoicing in performing gospel and other songs from the Dixieland jazz era: plays a mean banjo too! Following Forrie's retirement the group now features the world renowned clarinettist and vocalist Hamish McGregor, best known as founder and leader of the great Fat Sam Band. The group is completed with Lennie Herd, Scotland?s finest Dixie trumpeter, and Roy Percy on bass.