Now that’s what I call entertainment
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