Now that’s what I call en­ter­tain­ment

Paisley Daily Express - - Theti Cket -

Tonight it is a re­turn date for Bad Boy Boo­gie at The Bun­ga­low.

They are a rock cover band from Ayr­shire.

The band cov­ers the likes of Guns N’ Roses, Bryan Adams, Led Zep­pelin, ZZ Top, Billy Idol, AC/DC and even a bit of rocked up ABBA.

They will be on stage from 9pm and it is free en­try.

To­mor­row night the East Kil­bride­based ska band Skale­do­nia will be get­ting you up on your feet play­ing clas­sic ska from the likes of The Spe­cials and Bad Man­ners with a few ska’d up Clash num­bers for good mea­sure. They starts at 8pm and it is £3 on the door.

The reg­u­lar feast of young and up and com­ing bands con­tin­ues at The Bun­ga­low on Thurs­day and this week the venue is de­lighted to in­tro­duce you to Magic Trick with sup­port from Vel­vetbomb and Oh­nova.

Magic Trick have been play­ing the Scot­tish gig cir­cuit for the past three years, with their raw blues rock per­form­ing along­side the Likes of Al­tered Sky, Cour­te­sans and Voodoo Blood.

Since be­ing taken un­der the wing of Re­ac­tion Man­age­ment, they are cur­rently in pre-pro­duc­tion, work­ing on a fol­low-up to their cur­rent EP Your Wings To Fly.

The band plans to pro­mote their new mu­sic, which prom­ises to be big­ger and bet­ter than ever, with a se­ries of shows across Scot­land and the UK.

Brood­ing with dark en­ergy, Vel­vetbomb are a Glas­gow two­piece filled with ra­zor edge riffs, pound­ing drums and cut­ting vo­cals cre­at­ing high-oc­tane hard rock.

Formed in 2017, Oh­nova are a Glas­gow-based al­ter­na­tive/desert rock band.

A power trio, mem­bers Paul Mor­ton (bass/vo­cals), Matthew Sharp (gui­tar) and Ciaran Whyte (drums) make mu­sic that fo­cuses on big riffs and big­ger melodies – the kind of mu­sic you can take home to your daddy.

As usual this fan­tas­tic evening is free en­try and it all starts at 7.30pm.

The band that has gigged the most at Hamishes’ Hoose is back once again to blow the roof off.

Tonight, The Repub­lic of Soul, an eight-piece soul band from Glas­gow, will be pound­ing out mu­sic guar­an­teed to fill any dance floor.

Their set fea­tures soul clas­sics from all the greats in­clud­ing Otis Red­ding, Sam Cooke, Sam and Dave and some more con­tem­po­rary num­bers from the likes of Amy Wine­house and Paul Weller.

The big band with the big sound starts at 9pm.

Mid­night Moses are play­ing tonight in The Old Swan from 8pm and to­mor­row in the Shop­per’s Slot from 4pm, it is The Dead Flow­ers.

On Mon­day The Ca­sual Swans are back with their reg­u­lar party af­ter­noon at 3pm then on Wed­nes­day, the creative Graeme Kerr kicks off at 6pm.

This week’s four in a row at The Cave kicks off tonight at 9pm with One One Seven, to­mor­row in the early slot at 6pm The Signs and later at 9pm Sade Ida.

Mid­night Moses will fin­ish off a fan­tas­tic week­end on Sun­day at 6pm.

Al Mitchell will be set­ting the at­mos­phere at Zam­bretto Wine Bar to­mor­row night from 8.30pm.

Open Mic Nights next week in­clude Ste­vie John­stone at Hamishes Hoose from 8pm tonight; Sun­day at The Bun­ga­low with Cat Cald­well from 8pm; Mon­day 8pm at The Abbey Bar hosted by Dunky Hunter while Andy Lind­sey is at The An­chor on Tues­day from 8pm. Also on Tues­day there is a new Open Mic ses­sion at The Gantry with the tal­ented Cat Cald­well as your host.

On Wed­nes­day Johnny Barr is the host for Burger and Keg 8pm. Also on Wed­nes­day, Andy Lind­say is at The Pat­ter Bar from 8pm. Thurs­day it is Man­hat­tan’s also at 8pm.

Sup­port your lo­cal venues and keep mu­sic live.

Pop­u­lar Repub­lic of Soul will play at Hamishes’ Hoose again tonight

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