The Bungalow One Chance Nights

First Gig of 2014 and the Biggest and Best To Date

On Saturday the 1st of February in Paisley, Scotland’s largest town in it’s only dedicated music venue, The Bungalow. One Chance Nights will be holding their first gig of 2014 and is shaping up to be the best to date. This will be the first of bi-monthly nights held in the 300 capacity venue.

The Bungalow Bar, located on the towns night life hotspot, Shuttle Street has been open for over a year and is a reincarnation of The Original Bungalow Bar that seen, The Jam, The Clash, The Skids, Echo and the Bunnymen, The Tourists, Buzzcocks and Primal Scream to mention a few take to the stage. Since opening over a year ago, it has been very successful and the 1st of February will be no different. The venue is located in the centre of the Town, It’s a 5 minutes’ walk from two train stations, bus links and is not hard to find if you’re out on a Saturday night. Just follow the sound of people having a good time.

Three bands will take to the stage. Vagabond Poets, a Psychedelic Rock band based in Cumbernauld who take their main influences from bands in the sixties. They have recently supported the likes of The Milk, The 1975, Theme Park and The Strypes across the country. Joining them will be Knock on Effect, “A bluesy, folksy and classic hit quality all packed in here” from Greenock. To finish the line up off they have The Twisted Melons, “Psychedelic beatpop. Combination of intellectual rock, hard-core riffs” who are from Kintyre.

Entry will cost £6 on the door, but email with your name and number of guests to be added to the £4 guestlist before 31st of January.