We have another great week of live music coming up again. Bobby Deans Big Band is back at The Bungalow tomorrow. Tickets on the door are £5 and doors are 1pm. Get in early if you want a seat as these afternoons are always packed out and very popular. At night there is a Rock Night and the 3 band line up is Overdrive, Little Miss Debby and the G-Men, and Sad Ida. Between them they will be pounding out a whole host of your favourite rock tunes from Classic Rock to Prog Rock with a bit of Blues thrown in for good measure. Little Miss Debby hasn’t played in The Bungalow for a while and she is hoping to see all the bands Paisley fans turn out to support them. Tickets on the door are £6 and opens at 7pm. 

If you are looking for an interesting and entertaining Sunday afternoon the Open Stage is on at 3pm with doors at 2pm. Are you looking for something different? Young Paisley music student Freya McEwan has her second Paint and a Pint event happening on Monday. Why don’t you go along and get arty and musical at the same time. These sessions have been going down a storm and if different is what you are looking for well this is for you. Pop in and draw, paint, collaborate, collage and sing-along while some very talented people get on the Bungalow stage to perform, jam and have fun in a relaxed creative space. Starts at 7.30pm and there is a suggested donation of £2 on the door. 

The Bungalow Introducing Night is on Thursday and on the bill is Rachel Roberts, Dignity Row and Ben Inglis. This is an ideal opportunity to see young emerging talent and who knows you might see your next favourite band. Doors 7pm and first act is on stage at 8pm. Tickets £5/£3 for students, available on Eventbrite and on the door on the night.

Rocknrollas have a great band in tomorrow night. The Jersey Notes will be playing with their full band and they will be treating the audience to an evening of nostalgia as they magically recreate the style and sounds of one of the biggest acts of the twentieth century, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons sold over one hundred million records a place in the ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’.

Rocknrollas did warn everyone that the tickets will sell out and guess what? They have.  The lucky ones who have got tickets will get a performance featuring all of their biggest hits including: Big Girls Don’t Cry, Sherry, Walk Like A Man, Working My Way Back To You, Oh What A Night (Dec 63) and many more. 

The Old Swan have another packed week and it starts tonight with Duffy at 5pm. Tomorrow in ‘The Shopper’s Slot’ at 4pm is Full Hog. Lee James is performing on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm, Duncan Mclellan is performing at 5pm on Wednesday. After a break, popular young band Clyde is back in their old Monday slot from 5pm this week. 

Tomorrow The Cave has a double bill starting at 6pm with Midnight Moses followed by Splendid Suns at 9pm. Live action is scheduled to be on tonight and Sunday. Check The Cave Facebook page for details. 

The Keg has local singer song writer Highway Chile in tonight starting at 9pm and tomorrow night at the same time The Keg have Ivory Saints playing with Brother Moon. Ivory Saints only started in 2020 and have hit the circuit leaving crowds wanting more with their dirty guitar riffs and energetic anthems. The Ivory Saints have been referred to as “One of the hottest live bands to see”

Next week’s Open Mic Nights are: Monday – The Abbey Bar with Dunky Hunter from 8.30pm. Tuesday: Gantry with Jason Flood. From 9pm. The Keg with Johnny Barr from 8.30pm.

Keep music live and support your local music venues. Have a great week.