Gigs This Week
Pop Idol, Will Young is at Glasgow’s SECC tonight (Friday 13th November 2015) in support of his latest LP, “85% Proof”, which dropped in May of this year; it features the singles, “Love Revolution”, “Thank You” and “Joy”. Young beat hot favourite, Gareth Gates for the “Pop Idol” Crown in 2002; his debut, double A-side single, “Anything Is Possible/Evergreen” is The UK’s fastest selling single.
London-based shoegazers, The Milk are at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut tonight (Friday 13th November 2015). The band, who formed in 2008, released a brand new LP, “Favourite Worry” this week.
Scottish Pink Floyd tribute, MacFloyd are celebrating 40 years since “Wish You Were Here” was released with a very special show at Glasgow’s 02 ABC tonight (Friday 13th November 2015).
Glasgow’s Garage plays host to London-based band, Dexters on Saturday (14th November 2015). The band are out in support of their sophomore album, “We Paid For Blood”, which is available now.
Indie rockers, The Ordinary Boys are at Glasgow’s King Tuts on Saturday (14th November 2015). The band, who formed in Sussex in 2002, took their name from a Morrissey track and are best known for their signature song, “Boys Will Be Boys”, released in 2005. The band split in 2008 but reformed in 2011; The Ordinary Boys released their self-titled, fourth LP in October of this year.
Happy Mondays celebrate 25 years since their iconic album, “Pill, Thrills ‘n’ Bellyaches” at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Sunday (15th November 2015). The band, who were an important part of the dance scene of the early 90s, formed in 1980 and are best known for their signature song, “Step On”, taken from the aforementioned album.
Las Vegas rockers, Imagine Dragons are at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Sunday (15th November 2015). The band, who formed in 2008, are out in support of their second LP, “Smoke + Mirrors” which dropped in February of this year; it follows their 2012 debut, “Night Visions”.
Glasgow’s Stereo play host to Californian rockers, Wavves on Sunday (15th November 2015). The band released their latest LP, “V” in October of this year; it’s their fifth album in seven years.
Texan singer/songwriter, Kacey Musgraves is at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Sunday (15th November 2015). Musgraves came seventh in USA Network’s singing competition, “Nashville Star” in 2007; she released her self-titled LP that same year, followed by 2013’s “Same Different Trailer Park” and “Pageant Material”, which dropped in June of this year.
London-based, indie band, Daughter are at The Art School in Glasgow on Monday (16th November 2015). The band formed in 2010 and released their debut LP, “If You Leave” in 2013. The band’s second LP, “Not To Disappear” is due for release in early 2016.
Bob Marley’s famous backing band, The Wailers are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Tuesday (17th November 2015). The band are playing reggae superstar Marley’s “Legend” in its entirety; the album is a compilation of Marley’s biggest hits and was originally released in 1984, 3 years after Marley’s death.
Manchester-born band, The 1975 have added a THIRD Glasgow date to their upcoming tour. The band will now be at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Sunday 20th March 2016. The band are out on tour in support of their forthcoming LP, “I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It”, due for release in February 2016.
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Pop punks, Busted announced their reunion earlier this week as well as a string of UK Dates for 2016. The pop trio will be at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th May 2016. The band, who formed in 2000 and enjoyed a string of massive hits, including, “What I Go To School For”, “Year 3000”, “Thunderbirds Are Go!” and “Crashed The Wedding” before splitting in 2005.
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