Hells Bells are in their 20th year of rocking out. They are the UK’s finest and most entertaining tribute to the great AC/DC and they are back at The Bungalow for another blistering night of rock. For those about to Rock, you can get tickets on the door from 7pm but be quick.

One of the new bands on the circuit The Players are at The Bungalow tomorrow afternoon. The band have been getting rave reviews from everywhere they play. They have a unique and authentic sound that is going down a treat with Mod, Soul and R&B fans. It is a free gig so pop in and check what all the fuss is about. Doors at 1pm. 

The Eighties were a time of radical changes in music and fashion. In the aftermath of the Punk revolution, daring New Romantics embraced new sounds and technologies to change the face of music forever. Electromantics pay tribute to these pioneers with a live show that is as visually stunning as it is sonically accurate. The Bungalow can’t wait to welcome a band known for their incredible live performances tomorrow night, they are the only band to feature the incredible robotic dancing of Manochrome. 

Formed during lockdown, after performing for 15 years as Electro 80s, and as before they specialise in the Electronic sound of 80s New Wave, Synth Pop and New Romantic music. Stunning attention to detail, brings exact replicas of songs, originally made famous by the likes of, Depeche Mode, Soft Cell, Human League, Visage Kraftwerk, New Order OMD Yazoo Ultravox Frankie goes to Hollywood Blancmange Japan Duran Duran, China Crisis, Devo Tears for Fears Gary Numan and Howard Jones. You can get tickets on the door from 7pm. 

MTV EMA award winners – Gun, were formed in Scotland by guitarist Giuliano Gizzi. During their career Gun have achieved 3 UK top 20 albums and 8 UK top 40 singles including a cover of Cameo’s Word Up which reached the UK top 10 and charted all over Europe. Glasgow’s very own rock band are out on the road again this year after having two highly successful tours and an acoustic album release. Catch them at The Bungalow on Sunday, Doors are 7pm and there are limited tickets left. 

The Bungalow are excited to have young up and coming band Leisureland take the stage with support from the amazing Peplo on Thursday Doors: 7pm, Free Entry. 

Stone Roses Tribute Resurrection’ play at Rocknrolla’s tonight. The band formed in 1998 & based in Glasgow, Scotland. They have toured with many celebrities including Mani (The Stone Roses/ex Primal Scream) with whom they performed live onstage with, at the world-famous King Tut’s Wah.  You can get tickets on the door from 7.30pm.

Covers band Ruff Edge are at The Old Swan tonight from 7pm and tomorrow afternoon from 4pm it is the turn of Epic. Sunday’s Northern Soul Session starts at 4pm then on Monday Clyde are in their usual spot at 6pm for more Monday madness. Lee James will be performing on Tuesday and Thursday both days at 3pm and Duncan McLellan starts at 4pm on Wednesday.

The Keg have Mark McMillan in tonight from 9pm and tomorrow night also at 9pm there is a double bill with Northern Holiday and Lucy Ann McFall. Thursdays Keg Sessions original artists night starts at 7pm on Thursday.

Kennedy’s have a live band from 3pm on Sunday then across at The Anchor they have Ruby Nixxons tomorrow from 4.30pm and on Sunday at 4.30pm Rumours will be playing from 4.30pm.

The Cave’s Rockin Weekend starts with Banned tomorrow night at 6pm followed by Paisley Legends Wreckless at 9pm. The Brian Rawson Band are onstage at 6pm on Sunday.

Open Mic nights are: The Abbey at 8pm on Monday, Gantry at 9pm on Tuesday and The Keg at 8.30pm. Have a great weekend and Keep Music Live.


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