Whats On 14 June 2024

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Whats On 14 June 2024

Rather than cancel an evening of live music because of the big Scotland game you can now do both. That was the thinking by Alan McEwan of The Bungalow. He told me “It’s looking like a busy one. We moved the start time, so now you can watch the Scotland v Germany Euro game then after the final whistle you can dance away to original 2tone inspired songs and foot-stomping favourite tunes from The Skapones.

Whether it is dancing in celebration or not we need to wait and see”. Its free entry but you need to get a ticket to book your place. Doors are at 7pm and Kieran Hepburn will be on stage to belt out some Scottish favourites and get you in the mood for the first game of Euro 24.

Itchycoo Park are playing on Sunday afternoon, and it is free entry. The popular band plays music from the 60’s & Beyond – featuring The Beatles, Stones, Kinks, Hollies & more. If you like Zep, Ded Zeppelin will be banging out all the best of Led Zeppelin on Sunday night. Tickets on the door from 7pm. 

On Tuesday it is The Bungalow Jam Open Stage. The Jam House Band will be there to entertain and help any performers. All backline and drumkit provided just bring your instruments. Doors are at 7pm. Last week was a full house so get in early if you want to get onstage. 

On Wednesday it’s a night of Rock and Mayhem featuring 4 great bands and they are, Rachel Roberts, Mystic Heights, Lily Grace and the String Merchants and Subspace Highway. Tickets on the door from 7pm. 

Thursday Introducing Night next week at The Bungalow has another line up of new emerging talent with Echo Chambers, Endov and Band Vandal and the Memory Box. Tickets on the door from 7pm.

There is a top tribute for you on Sunday. Cookie, the No1 Green day tribute hailing from the South of England will be The Venue on Sunday afternoon. Check the venue for details. 

The Old Swan have another cracking week of live music for you, and it starts tonight with Keeper Lit at 5pm followed by the big game. Tomorrow afternoon at 4pm it is Small Town Sound with John Watt and Raymond McSherry of FreeSpeech. The Soul Sunday Father’s Day Special with John and Maria on the decks starts at 4pm and features Fragments. Live acoustic sessions are Monday and Wednesday 4pm. Lee James’s music and comedy is on Tuesday and Thursday from 3pm. The Wild Wild Wednesday Country Night kicks off at 8pm. 

St Mungo will be playing at The Keg tonight from 9pm and tomorrow night also at 9pm it is Northern Holiday plus support. The Keg Sessions for new up and coming new talent starts at 9pm on Thursday. 

Tomorrow The Cave have Screaming Velvet playing from 5pm and they are followed by Splendid Suns at 8pm. On Sunday Blackout will be on stage from 6pm.

If you still have the energy to go out on Sunday, Cherry Red 53 with their ageless rockabilly sound is playing at Kennedy’s from 3pm and Rheumatoid Rockers are at The Inn on the Corner on from 4.30pm. Not to forget Blackout at The Cave.  

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 The Cave from 9pm on Thursday. 


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