Morganway

It is Wrong Jovi’s first time at The Bungalow tonight. They have been described by TV celebrity Justin Lee-Collins as “the best Bon Jovi tribute band in the world”. The band features Ally Ward (X Factor) aka Jon Wrong Jovi on vocals, Ally is backed by a great live band. Doors are at 7pm and you can pay on the door – £10

Morganway

The Bobby Deans Big Band are back pounding out some classic tunes tomorrow from 2pm. If you want a seat, get in when they open at 1pm. Tickets are £5.

After cancellations and rescheduling The Absolute Jam are finally playing The Bungalow. Their fans will be packing into The Bungalow to hear songs made famous by ‘The Best F…… Band in the World’. Tickets on the door are £8.

The Open Stage Session is on Sunday from 3pm and following that Morganway and Kezia Gill will be playing later. Morganway are known for their six-part harmonies, energetic rhythms, catchy songs and a fiercely formidable live act. Part country, part rock, with sprinklings of folk gives them an awesome unconventional sound. Kezia Gill is a multi-award-winning artist. She has the song writing ability of a country artist, the stage energy of a rock star, and the voice of the blues with a range of genres including Folk & Irish, Country, Rock and Blues. Doors are at 7pm and you can get tickets on entry.

On Monday why not get arty and musical at Paint and a Pint. You can draw, paint, collage and singalong while some very talented people get on the Bungalow stage. Donation on entry and opens at 7pm.

Thursday’s Introducing Night has three bands on the bill. The Lonely Brave, Enter the Blue Sky and Dutch band Scotch. I saw Scotch play The Bungalow years ago and they are definitely worth going to see. Their high energy show gives you a kind of folk party vibe. Scotch will get the place jumping and put a smile on your face for the journey home. Tickets are £5/3 on the door and opens at 7pm. 

Big Country tribute band Restless Natives are at Rocknrollas tonight. They are playing a full-on extended headline Big Country set with a few surprises. It’ll be a bit of an occasion as it would have been Stuart Adamson’s Birthday (11th April) Opens at 7pm and tickets are £8. Legendary British rock and roll group The Godfathers celebrate their 35th anniversary since their formation with an almighty bang via a brand-new double A side single, ‘I’m Not Your Slave’ and ‘Wild and Free. As part of their tour they will be at RocknRollas on Thursday. Support by The Zips Doors at 7pm and tickets are £12.50

The Old Swan has another rocking week ahead starting with Kirk Strachan tonight at 7pm. Tomorrow in ‘The Shopper’s Slot’ at 4pm it is Crackerman with more live stuff with Emma Nailen at 8pm. On Monday Clyde are back in their usual spot at 5pm. Tuesday is the Swing Show at 3pm, then on Thursday it is David McKellar from 3pm. The Cave’s ‘4 in a row’ starts with Overdrive tonight at 9pm, tomorrow’s double bill is The State Bar Blues Jam at 6pm followed by Kong at 9pm. To round it off on Sunday it is Best Bad Influence from 6pm. 

One of Paisley’s longest running bands Blind Panik are at The Anchor on Sunday from 4.30pm. The Keg have Sara n Junbug on tonight at 9pm and tomorrow at the same time it is Mark McMillan. 

This week’s Open Mic Sessions are: Dunky Hunter at The Abbey from 9pm, Jason Flood at Gantry from 9pm, Johnny Barr at The Keg on Wednesday from 8.30pm.

Andy Lindsay will be at The Columba Club Clyde Street Renfrew on Sunday with a whole host of performers for the monthly Open Mic. It starts at 3pm and all ages are welcome.  

Keep Music Live and have a great time.