Tonight the amazing Radiohead tribute, RadioTed are coming to The Bungalow. It’s their first time playing at the Shuttle Street venue. They will be playing the hits of Radiohead including Karma Police, Paranoid Android, Creep, High and Dry and many more. Support by The Importance of Being Noel Tickets £10. Doors 7pm, first act on at 8pm

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Leana Zaccarini is back in The Bungalow with her trademark outstanding vocals and stage presence. It’s a great excuse for getting into town early. Doors at 2pm and it is free entry.

Tomorrow night it is time to re-live Over 25 Years of Take That history.  Now in its 12th year touring, the award-winning ‘Rule The World’ has been recognised as the Number 1 ‘Take That’ tribute show in the world and they are at the Bungalow for the first time. The show is an accurate portrayal of a Take That’s a live concert and the night features all the bands biggest hits including ‘Never Forget’, ‘Greatest Day’, ‘Back For Good’, ‘Relight My Fire’, ‘Could It Be Magic’, ‘Shine’, ‘Pray’, ‘These Days’, ‘Everything Changes’, ‘Patience’, ‘It Only Takes A Minute’, ‘Rule The World’ and many more. You will get the feel and look of all their biggest arena tours… in a far more intimate, close-up setting at the Bungalow. With a fan base transcending age groups and nationalities alike, adoring fans will be left singing and dancing in the aisles within minutes. Prepare to be amazed and transported back throughout the past 25 years of ‘Take That’ magic. Doors are 7pm and tickets are £14 +bf. 

On Sunday the Bungalow have a full day of Halloween spookiness. Before you head off to see the amazing Halloween light installations at Paisley Abbey come along to the Bungalow at 2pm for the perfect family-friendly Halloween film: the 2002 live-action Scooby-Doo. 2pm they will be showing Scooby-Doo. There is a Fancy Dress competition so come dressed to impress… the staff will be. Classic movie Scream starts at 4pm and The Rocky Horror Picture Show at 6pm. Free all day. 

Bungalow Introduction Session on Thursday is Andrea, SpeakEasy Circus and Adam Dolan. The doors are 7pm and the tickets are £5.

The Cave has an absolutely packed weekend starting with tonight at 9pm with Overdrive. Tomorrow Cherry Red 53 is back and starts at 6pm followed by Wreckless at 9pm.  And wait for it on Sunday they have no less than 8 bands playing all day and night from 12pm. The annual event is Bands for Malawi Charity Day. Jen Sloan of The Cave said “We looking to get back there very soon and building these much-needed classrooms for the kids, every child deserves an education” 

This is an amazing day and hats off to The Cave and all bands that all put in a huge effort for this worthwhile cause. The Line up is Blue Horizon, Cherry Red, Wreckless, Vintage Vinyl, Black Triangles, Sad Ida, Parliament of Owls and Trunk Monkey.

Kirk Strachan will be playing at The Old Swan tonight from 5pm, Memphis are back tomorrow in the ‘Shoppers Slot’ at 4pm. Cammy Millar is playing on Monday at 4pm, Lee James will be bringing you the Rat Pack classics on Tuesday afternoon and Jim Kielt’s. Jam Session starts at 5pm on Wednesday. 

The Anchor has Graceland back on Sunday from 4.30pm. Kennedy’s have kicked off live music on Sundays; this week it is Wildcard from 3pm. Paisley favourites Drty Luv come to the Keg for the first time to share their favourite rock anthems at The Keg from 9pm tonight. Tonight Charlie Gorman will be playing from 8.30pm in Zambretto and at the same time tomorrow night, it is the turn of Charlene Gordon. Moonshine Mojo will be At Harvies from 9pm 

The Paisley Open Mic sessions are: On Monday Dunky Hunter will be the host at The Abbey from

8.30pm. On Tuesday it is Stevie D at Gantry starting at 9pm, The Keg on Wednesday with Johnny

Barr from 8.30pm.


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