The Bungalow have got a whole night of Rockabilly, rock n roll and a little bit of Ska coming up for you tonight. The bands will be rocking the place with some old fashioned sounds with a modern twist.  The line up is Cuttin a rug, The Best Bad Influence and The Three n Eights. This is the second time for these three popular Rockabilly bands performing in the Bungalow. The last time was hi energy stuff and this one will be the same. Doors 7pm, first act on approx 8pm. Tickets £7 available on Eventbrite and on the door on the night

The Bobby Deans Big band is back again to fill the 2pm slot tomorrow afternoon. The Big Band Sessions have been very popular and no wonder. The level of the bands has been outstanding every week. If you used to go to Carnegies way back, this is for you. It’ll bring back memories of the music and starting your Saturdays early. 

Tomorrow night Nostalgia Nights Entertainment in association with Nostalgia Club Nights UK has put on another Club 80s Night. The video show is full of the best music of the 80’s and gives you an immersive journey into your very own musical past. (if you are of a certain age). The large screen multi-projection and laser light show starts with a look back at TV shows and ads from the era and is absolute fun to watch. Expect music from Aha, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, ABC, Wham, Human League, Erasure, Simple Minds, Duran Duran and much more. Doors are 7pm and it is £5 entry, tickets on the door and available via Skiddle.

The Open Stage Session on Sunday will be another jam packed afternoon with talent from all over the West of Scotland. Colin Bell, Katie Bee, Phil McHugh, Craig Paterson, Shelagh McKay Jones, Zoe Eliza Hodkinson and more still to be announced are all lined up and ready to go. Entry is free and starts at 3pm.

On Thursday there is a change to the usual programme as the first of Renfrewshire Leisure’s promotion in the shape of Arabella Weir plays The Bungalow for the first time. Arabella is a Scottish comedian, actress and writer. She has played roles in the comedy series The Fast Show and Posh Nosh, and has written several books, including Does My Bum Look Big in This? She has also written for The Independent and The Guardian and the latter’s Weekend magazine. It is a sell out and unfortunately there are no tickets left unless you keep your eyes peeled. 

Another triple line up tomorrow at The Old Swan and they are Dirty Jewels at 4pm, Esquire at 8pm follwed by Emma Nailen at 9pm. Cammy Miller is in his usual slot at 4pm on Monday as is Lee James on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm. Live music also on tonight and Wednesday. For info go to The Old Swan FB page. 

Tomorrow The Cave has two fantastic bands in a row to make up a brilliant night of blues and rock music. It kicks off at 6pm with Denis Smalley’s Blue Horizon followed at 9pm with Fire In. Check with The Cave for full weekend programme as there will be live bands tonight and Sunday.

Skaledonia the ‘mad lads’ make their Rocknrollas debut and bring with them madness and mayhem. The East Kilbride based 2 Tone Ska band play 2 Tone Classics by all your favourite Ska bands and more. Doors are 7.30pm and it is free entry. 

The Keg have Mark McMillan in tonight from 9pm and tomorrow night it is the turn of Ocean Views also at 9pm. Ocean Views return to The Keg alongside Iain Bothwell and Evan Keen for a post New Year’s party after a phenomenal gig the first time round.

Open Mic Nights are Dunky Hunter at the Abbey Bar on Monday at 8pm, Jason Flood at Gantry from 9pm Tuesday and on Wednesday Johnny Barr at The Keg.