The Spiders on Mars return with their sensational tribute to David Bowie. This is an annual pilgrimage for the band and it looks to be another busy one. Get tickets on the door from 7pm. 

The Bobby Deans Big Band are playing tomorrow and have another set of classic Big Band, Jazz and Swing for the regular crew who pack The Bungalow out to hear this very popular ensemble of top musicians. Doors open at 1pm.

Definitely Oasis are regarded by many Oasis fans and promoters alike as the best Oasis tribute band there is. The band regularly sell out top class venues across the UK and were recently the first ever tribute band to sell out Glasgow’s iconic Garage and Barrowlands Venues in the same year. And what do you think? They are sold out again at The Bungalow. With over 2 hours of nonstop monster OASIS hits, it’s going to be another brilliant night from one of The Bungalow’s favourite bands.

The Bungalow Club starts at 2pm on Wednesday for another great line up of music and more. 

The Bungalow are excited to welcome Crashes, Bad Year and Glorious Failure to the stage for another Introducing Night on Thursday. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5/3 students.

Dave Robinson is at Rocknrollas tonight doing a Q&A. Originally a teenage photographer in Dublin, Dave Robinson opened the first Beat Club in Ireland. He took pictures for Rave magazine at the Cavern with the Beatles and on the Rolling Stones first tour of Ireland ; He befriended Van Morrison, and briefly managed him, and he was Jimi Hendrix’s Road and Tour manager from his first tour of the UK with the Pink Floyd, The Nice and The Move.

He partied and clubbed with The Grateful Dead, Janice Joplin, The Who, Jim Morrison and the Doors. He then returned to London and started and managed Brinsley Schwartz, Graham Parker, Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Ian Dury and Elvis Costello.

In London, he single-handedly created a network of 35 pubs where bands could play what they liked and this became the forerunner of punk. Dave started Stiff Records and signed The Damned, Motorhead, Elvis Costello, Nick Lowe, Tracey Ullman, The Plasmatics, Jona Lewie, Ian Dury & The Blockheads, Kirsty McColl, The Box Tops, The Adverts, Lene Lovich, Shane McGowan &The Pogues, Madness and many more.

Dave has been at the helm or in the mix of the most exciting and important musical developments and he is still active in the music industry as a consultant for various labels and projects – from Van Morrison for EMI to the Gregory Isaacs for Universal, as well as keeping an eye on some of the most enduring repertoire the music industry has even seen. A great opportunity to meet a legend. Doors at 7.30pm.

One in Ten the UB40 tribute are playing tomorrow night. Doors are 7pm.

Highway Chillie is playing at The Keg tonight from 9pm and tomorrow night also at 9pm it is The Loners plus support. 

Busy week at The Swan starting with Keeper Lit tonight from 7pm, tomorrow afternoon from 4pm it is Gypsy followed by Wild Card at 8pm. Soul Sunday starts at 4pm, Proposal are kicking off at 6pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm Lee James will be singing for his supper and Duncan McLellan is in his usual which is Wednesday at 4pm. 

The Cave have a ‘Dirty’ weekend lined up and The Dirty Jewels start it tomorrow at 5pm followed by Durty Mac at 8pm. Hot Ratz are playing on Sunday at 6pm. Nightly play Kennedys at 3pm on Sunday and over at The Anchor the live action starts at 4.30pm. 

Open Mic sessions are Abbey Bar on Monday with Dunky Hunter at 8pm and Graeme Kerr 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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