What’s got 18 legs, four horns and leaves you smiling, sweaty and hoarse from singing, and they are playing at The Bungalow tonight? It means Big Vern n the Shootahs are back onstage and they’re ready to knock your socks off. Renowned as the ultimate feel-good party band, you are guaranteed a spectacular live show with some of the funkiest vibes you’ll have ever heard this nine-piece phenomenon.

You’ll hear a fabulous horn section, the best rhythm players in the business coupled with a new front man who’ll make your hair stand on end. This is a band that audiences never forget, go grab a ticket and see this band live and let your hair down.

Always immaculately turned out, suited, booted and tight, Big Vern are the band that’s always invited back, and they’ll have you singing and bouncing in no time. Classic funk, soul and party tunes augmented with great stage presence and their signature kicking phat sound. Catch them while you can. You won’t be disappointed. Tickets on the door from 7pm

The sensational Divas Soul Band return for another free gig at The Bungalow tomorrow afternoon.  Always a packed venue – arrive early to avoid disappointment. Doors are 1pm.

One of the UK’s Premier Live Queen Tribute shows are back to perform Queen’s greatest hits with high energy and charisma. Tickets on the door from 7pm.

SAMA returns to The Bungalow again for another ‘Paisley Takeover’ with Mama Terra, Azamiah, Evelyn Laurie, Tijuana Bibles, BRSR, Saint Sappho & more. This is two-nights of incredible music from Scottish artists in the heart of Paisley. This year the focus is a showcase of jazz. Tickets on the door from 7pm.

On Tuesday it is your chance to perform on the legendary Bungalow stage. An Open Stage night open to all genres and levels of skill – either play by yourself or jam with the house band. Doors are 7pm.

The Liquid Engineers a Gary Numan Experience is at Venue tonight. Gary Numan has been cited as a major influence on acts such as Nine Inch Nails to Prince, his music has been covered by acts from Beck, Blur, Basement Jaxx, Africa Bambata, Marilyn Manson, Little Boots and many more. Standing within the smoke and haze effects and with the light show transporting you to the front row seat of a Gary Numan concert. The band pay tribute to Gary Numan’s 40+ music career and are going from strength to strength. Well, known for performing a show that not only gives you those classic hits but also fan favourites and of course those hidden gems that Numan no longer performs Live… They are a 5-piece live band, drums, guitar synths guitar lead guitar creating that huge Numan wall of sound. In support is Unholy Frankenstein. Tickets on the door from 7.30pm.

Screaming Velvet are at The Cave tomorrow from 5pm followed by Durty Mac at 8pm. Live action as always on Sunday from 6pm.

Midnight Moses are playing from 8pm at The Old Swan tonight and tomorrow from 4pm there is more live music from 4pm. The Soul Club on Sunday starts ta 4pm, Acoustic sets next week are Crawford Carlyle on Monday at 4pm and Wednesday also at 4pm it is Duncan McLellan. Lee Jame is is his usual double slot on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm.

The Keg have Brian Kelly in from 9pm tonight and tomorrow night from 9pm it is The 79’s with their Glam Rock show. The Keg Sessions with more original artists is on Thursday from 9pm.

Live bands are at Kennedy’s on Sunday from 3pm and 4.30pm at The Inn on the Corner.

Open Mic/Stage sessions next week are: The Abbey at 9pm on Monday, Ugly Duck Monday at 7pm, The Gantry at 9pm on Tuesday, The Bungalow on Tuesday 7pm, The Keg on Wednesday at 8.30pm and new Open Mic night at The Cave from 9pm on Thursday.