Just Radiohead are at The Bungalow tonight. The tribute band feature a collective of highly experienced and well-known performers from around the Liverpool and North Wales scene. Band members have performed on the big stages with Kings of Leon, Ash, Fontaines D.C and Fun. Tickets on the door from 7pm.
Tomorrow afternoon is a warmup show for the evenings Be Here Now event with band, End of a Century. The set features some of the best Indie, Rock, Pop and Britpop music of the 80s and 90s. Doors at 1pm.
Be Here Now is back. The lineup includes: The Men Who, a tribute to Travis. The band are the UK’s only tribute to the Scottish Indie sensations. Loaded – the music of Primal Scream the UK’s hottest Primal Scream tribute deliver all the band’s hits with a big band sound. God Like Gallaghers – The UK’s leading tribute to the music of iconic songwriter Noel Gallagher, Oasis and High Flying Birds. Tickets on the door from 7pm.
Root Cause will be playing The Bungalow for the first time on Sunday. Check out the 10-piece funk and soul band. Entry is free from 4pm.
The Bungalow Jam starts at 7pm on Tuesday and on Wednesday get ready to power up with Press Start and join them on a musical journey through your favourite video games at The Bungalow. From the iconic themes of Super Mario and Legend of Zelda to the funky beats of Sonic and Persona 5. With a fusion of different genres and styles, Press Start will keep you dancing all night long. So grab your controller, Press Start, and let the music take you to new levels. (7.30pm)
Karen Dunbar is on stage at The Bungalow for a meet and greet. She will be having a chat about her amazing career as an actress, singer and comedian, Tickets on the door from 7pm.
King Kurt makes a welcome return to Paisley at Rocknrollas tomorrow night. The Psychobilly Rock Band formed in 1981 and are best remembered for “Destination Zululand,” the rambunctious smash hit that stormed the U.K. chart in 1984. Their reputation has never flagged and, if anything, has grown even wilder over the years. Tickets on the door from 7pm.
Ian McNabb who formed The Icicle Works in 1981 and became part of the Liverpool renaissance movement of the eighties is paying on Sunday night. Ian’s solo acoustic shows are an intimate opportunity to share over 2 hours of greatest hit songs, and stories, from his 40+ year career. Tickets on the door from 7pm.
The Silver Maxwell Beatles are playing at The Old Swan tonight from 7pm and tomorrow at 4pm Itchycoo Park will be playing from 4pm. Sunday Soul Club starts at 4pm and on Monday Gerry Kirk kicks off at 4pm. Lee James will be performing on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm and on Wednesday from 4pm Duncan McLellan will be on stage.
Best Bad Influence are at The Cave tomorrow from 5pm followed by Tom and Jerry at 8pm and on Sunday Emergency Exit starts at 6pm. Rumours are at Kennedy’s on Sunday from 3pm and over at The Inn on the Corner Moonshine Mojo will be rocking it out from 4.30pm. Bicycle Trip supported by Broken Signs are at The Keg from 9pm tonight and tomorrow night at 9pm it will be Zoccolla supported by Stevie D. The Keg Sessions start at 9pm on Thursday.
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. Keep your eye open for a new Open Mic Sessions at The Inn on the Corner on the last Tuesday of the month with Andy Lindsay. Have a good week. Keep Paisley Alive by Keeping Music Live.