If there's a hotter venue than the Glee Club right now? I'd like to see it. In the last three months alone, the Arcadian venue has played host to the likes of Kate Walsh, Laura Marling and Adele - who played on the very day her album hit top spot.
Someone needs to give the Glee's booker Markus Sargeant a medal. Or find out how he does it.
This week it was the turn of (Aimee Anne) Duffy, another of the new batch of fabulous female singers, who, as she proudly announced seconds after stepping on stage, is celebrating being number one in both the album and singles charts.
Her album, co-written and produced by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler, is a wonderful collection of atmospheric, soulful songs which hark back to the days of Dusty Springfield and Burt Bacharach.
There's a look of Dusty about the 23-year-old from Gwynedd, albeit a slightly more petite version. She overdoes the soul diva arm posturing a little, though.
Opening with the album title track, Rockferry (and its piano opening which has a touch of the Billy J Kramer about it), her voice was every bit as breathtaking (and true to the album) as when Adele came here last month. How could such a powerful sound come from such a small girl? Combined with her six piece band, the results were mesmerising - not least on the moody Stepping Stone, Hanging On Too Long and Delayed Devotion.
"Come in a bit closer - I don't bite - even though I look mean," she joked with the front of the crowd at one point.
All too soon it was over - even with the insertion of a B-side the gig barely lasted an hour - but it was quality over quantity, that old adage of 'leave them wanting more' never more true.
* Duffy plays Cheltenham's Wychwood Festival, May 31 and the V Festival in August. Jon Perks