Tonight, at The Bungalow is The Springsteen Sessions, The Ultimate Springsteen Experience brings the music, the passion and the power of Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band to a whole new level of performance. They are not a tribute band that attempt to look like the original band; they are a homage to the music of one of the most iconic performers of the last forty years, and they feature music from the earliest period of his career right through to the more recent recordings.

All the anthems, all the classics, all the hits and selected album rarities are there in a stunning and spectacular two-hour-plus show which has fans leaving the venue wanting more. This is a must for fans of The Boss, but also for all fans of rock music at its finest, performed with energy and attention to detail. Tickets are £10 on the door and opens at 7pm.

The Bobby Deans Big Band are back with another blistering set of classic jazz and swing from 2pm. Tickets are £5 at the door. If you want a seat, get in early at 1pm when the doors open. 

Tomorrow night it is a welcome return to Combat Rock who are the UK’s Ultimate Clash Tribute with over 15 years of gigs behind them. The band have had some major support slots including Stiff Little Fingers in the Barrowlands and The Stranglers in Devon.
The band plays a range of songs from the first four albums plus some singles’ B-sides including Rock the Casbah, I Fought the Law, Should I Stay or Should I Go, Bankrobber, London Calling, Train in Vain, Guns of Brixton, Janie Jones, English Civil War, Straight to Hell, The Card Cheat and many others. 

Combat Rock always strive to capture the excitement of the live sound of The Clash with close attention paid to the original recordings. They also attempt to emulate the look of the band in their early days with the result that many have said that Combat Rock look and sound very much like the originals. Doors are at 7pm and tickets on entry are £8. 

The Bungalow Open Stage starts at 3pm on Sunday and has a packed programme of varied music and jam sessions. Felonius McRic have a single called Henrietta Rafferty McAfferty on Tuesday, Tickets are £5 on the door from 7pm. Bungalow Introducing Night on Thursday have a great line and they are Lauren Louise Lindsay, Red Bandit and The Barely Responsible. Doors are 7pm and £5 on entry. 

After 2 years of covid call offs this year’s Swan Rocks is back tomorrow with a vengeance with a superb line up of all your favourite rock covers bands. The line-up goes like this this: 3pm The Dirty Jewels, 4pm The Dead Flowers, 5pm Crackerman, 6pm Trunk Monkey, 7pm FreeSpeech, 8pm Kong Classic Rock and 9pm Emma Nailen. Big Del hosting the event and as always, he will keep you entertained and informed all day about what is what. Check The Old Swan Facebook page for live acts tonight, Monday and Wednesday. Lee James is in on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm.   

Tomorrow The Cave have a double bill starting with Sad Ida at 6pm followed later at 9pm by Red Hearted Vibrations. The Keg have power trio Proposal in from 9pm. 

Rocknrollas is back open after being closed due to some work being done, Boab Williamson said “I’m looking forward to seeing you all now that the lighting rig is in place maybe our art gallery in the hall will be finished, this week’s entertainment for you all is Fri: Heavy Traffic Tribute To Status Quo £5 OTD doors 7:30pm. Sat: The Quadrophenia Project £5 O.T.D doors 7:30pm and Sun: Emergency Exit Live in Paisley doors 1pm free

Open mic nights are: Dunky Hunter at The Abbey from 8.30pm, Jason Flood at Gantry from 9pm, Johnny Barr at The Keg on Wednesday from 8.30pm. 


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