Tonight there is an extra special intimate show with Stone Foundation at The Bungalow. The seeds of British modern soul band Stone Foundation were sown in the early ’90s when Neil Sheasby and Neil Jones met. Over the years they’ve collaborated with Paul Weller, Nolan Porter, Graham Parker, Carleen Anderson, Mick Talbot, Kathryn Williams, Laville, Melba Moore, Hamish Stuart, Dr. Robert from the Blow Monkeys and more. You can pay on the door and the venue opens at 7pm. 

Maxwell Silver Beatles are playing their first ever gig at The Bungalow tomorrow afternoon. The band have been putting together a spectacular and authentic Beatles tribute show to roll back the years and celebrate the music of one of the best bands on earth. The band create that original sound and will be playing all the major number 1 hit songs by the Beatles. It is Free Entry and doors are at 2pm. 

Tomorrow evening looks like one of Ska’s best line ups for sure because it looks like this: The AC30’s supported by Rocksteady Bands and Skaledonia. The AC30’s are a 7 piece experienced and highly professional band based in the Midlands with a vast knowledge of original Jamaican Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae genres (with a dash on 2-Tone here and there), they pride themselves on being true to the original recordings.

With a set list comprising of The Blues Busters, Pluto Shervington, The Skatalites, Prince Buster, John Holt, Max Romeo, Ken Boothe, Jimmy Cliff, Alton Ellis, Toots and The Maytells to name but a few along with original material, audiences find it hard keeping off the dance floor. Doors are 7pm and you can pay on entry. 

On Monday Groundfloor Jam Sessions continue. Everyone is welcome to play or sit and enjoy the music. You never know what you’re re going to get. Doors are at 7pm.  

On Thursday The Bungalow Introducing and The Scottish Music Collective have teamed up to bring you this belter of a line up featuring Doss, Soapbox and Red Bandit. Doors are 7pm and Tickets £5/3 students.

Rocknrollas have a great weekend in store for you starting tonight with Hippy. The band were formed in mid-2019 in Glasgow and their first single, ‘Aries Girl’, was released followed up by subsequent singles ‘Feelgood’, ‘Junkyard Babies’ and ‘Volunteer’. Hippy have enjoyed a recent return to the live scene bringing their brand of acoustic rock to a wider audience. They are very much the full package. Tomorrow night The UK’s definitive tribute to Gary Numan comes to Rocknrolla’s. Making waves up and down the country The Liquid Engineers are turning heads and filling venues. A must see for any Numan fan. Check venue for door times. 

The Keg have Canyon on tonight from 9pm and tomorrow also from 9pm it is Ivory Saints with support. Trever Mills for The Keg had this to say about Ivory Saints “You’ll be telling stories about how you seen the Ivory Saints in a wee Paisley bar once they go massive”. On Thursday swing by and support up and coming artists performing their original material at The Keg Sessions kicking off at 8pm. 

The Old Swan have Sin City in tonight from 7pm and tomorrow from 4pm it is The Distance. On Sunday The Northern Soul Club Starts at 4pm. Clyde are in their usual slot on Monday at 6pm then. Lee James will be performing on Tuesday and Thursday from 3pm on both days. Duncan McLellan is playing on Wednesday from 4pm.

The Cave’s ‘Doubler’ tomorrow is Blind Panik at 6pm followed by No Class at 9pm. On Sunday Banned 2 will be playing from 6pm. 

Kennedy’s have Wildcard playing from 3pm and starting at 4.30pm over at The Anchor it is Graceland. 

Open Mic sessions are Abbey Bar on Monday with Dunky Hunter at 8pm and Jason Flood is the host at Gantry on Tuesday from 9pm and Johnny Barr is at The Keg on Wednesday from 8.30pm. . Keep Music Live.


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