Following a phenomenal return to the road last year, Hue andCry are bringing their wonderful piano and vocal show to The Bungalow. Fans can expect to hear stunning stripped-back renditions of classics from Hue and Cry’s impressive catalogue spanning thirty-nine years. Tickets are sold out for both gigs so keep a look out on Eventbrite for returns.
Bobby Deans Big Band are playing tomorrow. Doors are 1pm. Please note that the band will be finishing a bit earlier to let the evening band soundcheck.
The Greig Taylor Band is built round Scottish soul singer Greig Taylor, a vocalist whose life experiences help bring gravitas to his self-penned songs and gritty soulful phrasing.The combination of his vocal flexibility, meaningful narratives, real feel, and a scintillating band help reshape the traditional genres of rock, blues, soul and even Latino to his own ends.
Greig Taylor band have released their full-length studio album ‘The Light’, with accompanying tour dates in support of the singers’ fifth studio record, which is currently being produced by former King King drummer and producer Wayne Proctor.
Music critic Pete Feenstra said “The steadfast rhythm section of bassist Nelson McFarlane and drummer Dave Cantwell provide equal amounts of intuitive drive and restraint, which also gives the album its dynamic feel. His husky timbre glues together the John Fogerty influenced title track and the southern soul of ‘Destination’, a song you could imagine Joe Cocker would have liked”. Tickets on the door from 7pm.
Halloween is fast approaching and if you are still looking for something to do, why not come along to the Bungalow Halloween Jam. Let the horror house band entertain you along with lots of talented jam regulars. Costumes are encouraged. If you would like to take part in the Jam, just come along on the night and have a chat with the house band, full backline provided. Kicks off at 7pm and entry is free. Thursday Introducing night features The Bleeders, Cowboy Hunters and Tanzana. Tickets on the door from 7pm, £5/3 students.
Fire In are playing at The Old Swan tonight from 7pm, and Wild Card are the first band on at 4pm tomorrow in the ‘Shopper’s Slot’ and they are followed by Drunken Angel at 8pm. ‘Dead Soul’ Sunday starts at 4pm with John, Maria, and Brian on the decks. Holly Robinson will be belting some songs at 4pm on Monday, Lee James’s song and comedy show is on Tuesday and Thursday 3pm both days and Duncan McLellan starts at 4pm on Wednesday.
Rocknrollas have the UK’s premier tributes to Def Leppard and too Whitesnake in tonight. Both bands are iconic rock bands, so it is a double whammy on the night for true rock fans. Tomorrow night it is a case of ‘Sing us a song you’re the piano man’ Yes, it is the UK if not Europe’s premier tribute to the piano man Billy Joel. Joel’s hits have spanned decades and are as relevant today as when they were first released. This is a top tribute, and the event will be all seated. You can get tickets on the door for both gigs from 7.30pm.
‘Triple Trouble’ at The Cave this week starts with a Halloween Party tomorrow featuring Cherry Red 53 at 5pm followed by the very scary Wreckless at 8pm, and if you want more Sad Ida finish of the scary weekend on Sunday at 6pm.
Canyon are playing at The Keg tonight from 9pm and also at 9pm tomorrow night Warren Capaldi is on stage. The Keg Sessions for original artists is on Thursday from 9pm. Kennedys have Wildcard at 3pm followed by the very popular Graceland at The Inn on the Corner at 4.30pm.
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.