Stranglers Tribute, Straighten Out are playing at The Bungalow tonight. Straighten Out take you on a nostalgia trip that transports you back to those raw, powerful, exhilarating times when The Stranglers emerged through the quagmire of mediocrity to produce some of the finest music ever written. Tickets on the door from 7pm.
The Divas Soul band are back for another Sat afternoon session. This band are extremely popular and it looks like it’s going to be packed out. Free entry and doors open at 1pm.
Fleetingwood Mac return by popular demand after their last sold-out show, and this show is sold out too. One of the band describes what they are about. “We didn’t just want to be another tribute band, with tacky wigs and fancy-dress outfits. Instead, we wanted to bring across the live sound of Fleetwood Mac, with just one guitar, a keyboard, a drum kit, a man on the bass and of course, the vocals!” Doors are at 7pm.
The Bungalow Jam continues at 7pm on Tuesday, all are welcome to get on stage or sit back and watch the talent.
Deathwish Promotions are bringing their “It’s Not A Phase Mom!” Emo night to The Bungalow. Expect to hear all your favourite bands such as Panic! at The Disco, My Chemical Romance, Fallout Boy, Paramore, Linkin Park, Pierce the Veil, Sleeping with Sirens, Blink 182, Bring Me The Horizon, Falling In Reverse, The Offspring and many more! Doors: 7pm, Tickets: £5/3 student.
The Bungalow Introducing Night on Thursday features Roisin McCarney, Lost Coral, and Abbie Gordon. Doors 7pm. Tickets £5/3 student.
The Johnny Cash Roadshow is heading for Rocknrollas tonight. This is the only show to be endorsed by the Cash Family. Award winning Clive John pays homage to Cash’s career as the Man in Black, alongside his iconic wife June Carter (Meghan Thomas) and a genuine top of the league band playing double bass, fender telecaster and acoustic guitars, drums, piano, trumpet and four-part vocal harmonies. Delivering all the hits such as Walk the Line, Ring of Fire, Jackson, Orange Blossom Special and Boy Named Sue along-side some of the darker more atmospheric songs from the later American Recordings such as Hurt, this year’s show is an emotional roller-coaster through Cash’s career, packed together in one fantastic unforgettable evening’s entertainment.
With standing ovations every night, Johnny Cash Roadshow is the longest running, most recognised and still the biggest and best celebration of Johnny Cash in the world today. Tickets on the door from 7.30pm.
Tomorrow night they have the ultimate Queen tribute, Queenesque. The band are fresh off a lengthy list of festival appearances up and down the country. Boab from Rocknrollas said “We are delighted to have them as we know how highly rated, they are” Tickets on the door from 7.30pm.
The very popular Mod band The Players are at The Cave tonight from 8pm tonight and tomorrow’s double header is Slider at 5pm followed by Canyon at 8pm. On stage on Sunday at 6pm is Jim Keilt’s Blues Band.
The Keg Have Andrew O’Donnell in tonight from 9pm and tomorrow night at the same time it is the return of Highway Chillie. Thursday’s Keg Sessions for original bands starts at 9pm.
The Old Swan have The Loch Dubh Band in at 2.20pm today, then after that The Signs start at 7pm then Tern finishes off at 10pm. Tomorrow Ruff Edge starts at 4pm followed by Sean Middleton and Friends from 8pm followed by The Ocajunals at 10pm. The Northern Soul Club starts at 4pm on Sunday. Holly Robinson will be singing from 4pm on Monday. Lee James Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm, and finally Duncan McLellan is on at 4pm Wednesday.
Open Mic sessions next week are: The Abbey at 9pm on Monday, The Gantry at 9pm on Tuesday, The Keg on Wednesday at 8.30pm and Cottons in Renfrew starts at 2pm on Sunday. Keep Music Live.