The Bungalow has a 4-band line up tonight of high energy Alternative/Punk/Ska including Fire Exit, Skaledonia, Sequence 369 and Scunnurt. Looks like a ‘roof-raiser’ Doors are at 7pm and tickets are £8.  

Tomorrow night is a rescheduled gig due to the delay caused by earlier Scottish live music restrictions. They say there are tributes, then there are The Phonics. Once described by Kelly Jones himself as “Awesome” 

The Uk’s No1 tribute to Stereophonics head to Paisley to perform a mind-blowing set with all the classics that you will know and love, which will include Have a Nice Day, Bartender and the Thief, Dakota, Maybe Tomorrow, Handbags and Glad Rags. The Phonics have toured consistently for 5 years all over the Uk and continue to do so, leaving audiences speechless by the amazing attention to detail they create  in getting as close as you can get to that unique sound of Stereophonics. Be sure to get in early for this show as this is going to be yet again a remarkably busy night. Doors are at 7pm and tickets are £9. 

A Wonderful Life screens on Sunday at 12pm followed by The Christmas Special Jam Session from 3pm. 

Paisley Music Awards are on Tuesday. Find out who the winners are next week. 

On Thursday, The Bungalow are having a Northern Soul & Motown Extravaganza night with Republic of Soul, an eight-piece Soul band from Glasgow. This lot will set the venue ablaze with their fabulous repertoire of floor fillers and wall-to-wall NS classics from artists like; Al Wilson, Freda Payne, Gloria Jones, Jackie Wilson, Jimmy Radcliffe, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, The Isley Brothers and so much more.  A soul night not to be missed folks. Starts at 8pm and tickets are £10 on the door.   

The Old Swan have young singer songwriter Zoe Tait in tonight from 5pm followed by End of a Century at 8pm. New to The Swan tomorrow is The Festivals in the ‘Shopper’s Slot’ at 4pm. 

They are followed by two-piece band Esquire and singer songwriter Emma Nailen. Cammy Millar will be playing on Monday at 4pm. At 3pm on Tuesday the Rat Pack Session is on with Lee James. 

The Pre-Fab Four are starting at 5pm on Wednesday and Lee James is back on Thursday at 3pm with his Through the Decades Show. 

The Keg have Gordon’s Alive tonight at 9pm and tomorrow at the same time it is Johnny Barr. Blind Panic are back in Paisley, and they are playing at The Anchor on Sunday from 4.30pm. Stephen Henry is at Whisky Joes tonight from 8.30pm. Nightfly are at Kennedy’s on Sunday at 3pm. 

Fresh from sold out shows the Reflex Boys aim to bring you a party night to remember at Rocknrollas tomorrow night. The night will be full of Christmas songs and then of all the classics making it one hell of a night. Wham! Spandau Ballet, Duran Duran, Culture Club, Yazz, Soul II Soul, Black Box are all in the set. Madness, The Jam, The Cult, The Cure they are all there too. If you have not sorted your works Christmas Night Out yet get in early. Doors at 7pm and tickets are £7. 

The Cave’s weekend of live music starts tonight with Midnight Moses at 9pm then tomorrow Cherry Red ‘53 are back with some old-fashioned Rock n Roll also at 9pm. The Sunday Sesh includes Dirty jewels at 6pm followed by The After Party sing along with Grant Cherry at 9pm. 

Open Mic Nights this week are Dunky Hunter at The Abbey on Monday from 8.30pm; Stevie D 9pm on Tuesday at Gantry. Wednesday is The Keg’s Open Mic with Johnny Barr and starts at 8.30pm.  

Considering all the Covid chat this week it still looks like the town will be busy with the Christmas nights out. So, if you want to get a seat at a live music night get there early.