Well known musician Davey Pattison who made it big in the USA has come back to his roots not
to retire, far from it. He has put together hugely talented group of musicians and is ready to play
back in Paisley at The Bungalow.

Davey said. “I am looking forward to playing again and it is fitting that we
play at The Bungalow as it was there that I played my last gig before leaving for the States. I was in a few bands
back then and I played with lots of great musicians at The Bungalow and I hope to see them there
again at the gig”

Davey Pattison was born in Glasgow in 1945 and after marrying a Paisley girl he moved to Paisley
and became very well known in the local music scene playing The Bungalow many times before he
got an opportunity to move to the San Francisco Bay Area and from there he became one of the best
rock vocalists around.Tickets on the door from 7pm.

Tomorrow afternoon The Divas Soul Band are back for another session of hits from the likes of Al Green,
Stevie Wonder, Wild Cherry, Amy Winehouse, Diana Ross, Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Barry White, The Trampps
and more. This band is so popular the gig will be absolutely packed so get in early when doors open at 1pm.

Tomorrow night get ready for Chemical Dance a Tribute to The Chemical Brothers with special guests
Daft Punk Experience. Tickets on the door from 7pm.

The Bungalow Club continues on Wednesday from 2pm with music, magic, a quiz and an open stage. The Club is
free entry and everyone is made very welcome. Later at 7pm is SMA’SH HITS a night for young musicians which
starts at 7pm. The Bungalow Introducing Night on Thursday features Sakura, Whitney King & The Roadrunners to the
stage. Doors are 7pm and tickets are £5/£3.

Mod favourites The Circles are at RocknRollas tonight. The line up features original members Mick Walker,
Glenn Tranter, Keith Allen & Martin Ratcliffe. This is a rare chance to see the original 80’s lineup playing
songs including Opening Up, Billy, Angry Voices, Running Around in Circles, Better Days, Our Time and many more.
Tickets on the door from 7.30pm.

The Old Swan kicks off a week of entertainment starting with The Dangerous Brothers tonight from 7pm and more
live action starts tomorrow from 4pm. Sunday Soul Club starts ta 4pm then on Monday Clyde will be playing from 6pm.
Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm Lee James will be singing and dishing out his wild brand of comedy and Duncan McLellan
is in his usual weekly spot on Wednesday at 4pm.

The Keg have Mungo in tonight from 9pm and tomorrow night also at 9pm it is The Keg House Band. The Keg Sessions
original music night is on Thursday at 9pm.

The Cave have Shuffles on tomorrow night from 5pm and they are followed by Moneypenny at 8pm.There will be a band
TBA on Sunday at 6pm. Kennedy’s Sunday Sesh kicks of at 3pm and onstage will be Rumours and over at The Anchor
Graceland will be performing from 4.30pm.

Open Mic nights are: The Abbey at 8pm on Monday, The Gantry at 9pm on Tuesday and The Keg

starts at 8.30pm. Have a great weekend and Keep Music Live.


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