The Clutha Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)
Friday (12th February 2016) : Bringing the rock ‘n’ roll to The Clutha this Friday are five-piece powerhouse, Shoot The Craw. The band are filling in for The Lift Shaft Incident who cancelled due to illness. Expect to hear their take on hits by Queen, Fleetwood Mac and Blondie.
Saturday (13th February 2016) : The coveted afternoon slot is taken by Jamie Martin Band this Saturday from 4pm, while Mojo Filter will be performing their take on classic rock anthems by U2, The Beatles and Thin Lizzy.
Sunday (14th February 2016) : Dr Cook & The Boners will be bringing the love (of rock ‘n’ roll) this Valentine’s Day from 4pm onwards, while brothers, Majestic Dandelion are onstage at 8pm.
Maggie Mays (Trongate, Glasgow)
Friday (12th February 2016) : The Kicks are bringing the pop, funk and soul this Friday at Maggie Mays from 9pm.
Saturday (13th February 2016) : Seven-piece funk and soul outfit, The Brassholes are onstage at Maggie’s from 6pm.
Sweeney’s On The Park (Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow)
Friday (12th February 2016) : Bootleg Wonderland will be providing the live entertainment at Sweeney’s on Friday night. Expect a slice of motown, pop and funk from artists such as The Temptations, Rihanna, Aerosmith, Bryan Adams, Kings Of Leon, Lady GaGa and The Four Tops.
Saturday (13th February 2016) : Cahoots are bringing the party on Saturday night with their blend of folk blues from 4pm onwards, while Irish folk rock band, Bjasus are onstage from 9pm.
The Scotia Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)
Friday (12th February 2016) : Scotia regulars, The Frank O’Hagan Band are live on Friday from 9.30pm.
Saturday (13th February 2016) : Bringing the classic rock ‘n’ roll on Saturday from 4.30pm is The Debt Collectors playing rare rock from AC/DC to Led Zeppelin. From 9.30pm, heavy rock covers band, The Black Triangles are LIVE onstage.
Sunday (14th February 2016) : The Carlton Jug Band are bringing the bluegrass this Valentine’s Day from 5pm, while The Barrelhouse Blues Band are live from 8pm.