Tonight Friday 14th April, The Bungalow has a tribute to the music of Oasis and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Carpets. The UK’s biggest followed tribute to the music of Oasis and NGHFB are  back with a show that will leave you breathless with a repertoire that includes Slide Away, Champagne Supernova, Don’t Look Back in Anger, Lock All The Doors, If I Had A Gun, Little By Little, Holy Mountain and Supersonic to name but a few!

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Carpets have toured all over the UK & Ireland and there is an extremely high demand expected for this show so don’t delay, if you’re quick you can get a ticket at the door from 7pm. 

Tomorrow afternoon The Bungalow have a new big band for you. The Strathclyde University Big Band is one of only a few long-standing University-based Big Bands in Britain. It has established a reputation for developing young talent and playing varied, interesting, and challenging music.

The band’s extensive repertoire is jazz-orientated and includes, for example, arrangements of jazz standards by Charles Mingus, Cole Porter, Bob Mintzer, John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and charts from the repertoires of Buddy Rich, Woody Herman, Bob Mintzer, Count Basie, Stan Kenton and more. Free entry from 1pm.

Tomorrow night Beyond Madness is at The Bungalow. The Band have been singing, performing, and playing in sync as if they’d been together their entire musical careers. Throughout the course of the band’s union, they have won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life, performing at a variety of venues and making loads of public appearances. Tickets on the door from 7pm. 

Edinburgh Indie Band Wrest are back at The Bungalow. This time they are performing an acoustic set on Sunday night. Tickets on the door from 7pm. 

The Bungalow Club is now in its 3rd weeks and its proving to be a popular Wednesday afternoon sesh. The club atmosphere is very welcoming and beginning to get a regular crowd. Next week’s host is Charlie Gorman from The King of Birds. The afternoon has an open stage section, and everyone is welcome to take to the stage and sing, dance or tell jokes. Starts at 2pm and it is free entry.

The Bungalow are excited to welcome Mya Brown and Jamie Welsh to the stage for Thursday’s Introducing Night with a 3rd act still to be announced. Tickets £5/3 student, doors: 7pm.

Rocknrollas have Simply Rod in tonight. You can get tickets on the door from 7pm. Stuck for something to do on Saturday afternoon and you would like to take your kid to their first gig? Rocknrolla’s have something for you. The Foo Fifers are putting on a special show for all ages. Entry with an adult from 1.30pm. Total Rex are on in the evening. Doors are 7pm.  

The Old Swan have live action in tonight from 7pm and tomorrow from 4pm. The Northern Soul Sunday Session starts at 4pm. Clyde are in their usual slot at 6pm. Lee James will be singing and telling jokes and stories from 3pm Tuesday and Thursday. Duncan McLellan starts at 4pm on Wednesday to get you over the ‘hump’.

Blind Panik are at The Cave tomorrow night at 6pm and then later at 9pm it is Sad Ida. On Sunday at 6pm Filthy White Suit will be on stage. Cherry Red 53 are at Kennedy’s on Sunday from 3pm and later on the same day at The Anchor Moonshine Mojo starts at 4.30pm. The Keg have rock band Canyon in tonight from 9pm and tomorrow night also from 9pm it is Absolute Unit. The Thursday Keg Sessions continue nest week and kicks off at 9pm.

Open Mic nights are: Dunky Hunter at The Abbey at 8pm on Monday, Graeme Kerr at Gantry from 9pm on Tuesday and Johnny Barr at The Keg from 8.30pm. Have a great weekend and Keep Music Live.


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