Gigs This Week
Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band are scheduled to hit Hampden tonight (Wednesday 1st June 2016) in celebration of his fifth studio LP, “The River”, released in October 1980. Springsteen is set to perform the album in full as well as the best bits of his back catalogue; The Boss released his latest LP, “High Hopes” in 2014, his 18th studio album since his 1973 debut, “Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J”.
King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut play host to duo, Seafret tonight (Wednesday 1st June 2016). The pair, Jack Sedman and Harry Draper, are out in support of their debut album, “Tell Me It’s Real” which is available now.
Brooklyn-born band, Moon Hooch are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC tonight (Wednesday 1st June 2016). The band, who formed in 2010, are known for their saxophone based music and dance orientated percussion. Moon Hooch are out in support of their forthcoming third LP, “Red Sky”.
Glasgow’s Stereo play host to Joanna Gruesome tonight (Wednesday 1st June 2016). The band, from Cardiff, formed in 2010 and have released two LPs to date, the most recent being 2015’s “Peanut Butter”.
American sludge metal band, Jucifer are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Audio on Thursday (2nd June 2016). The duo, Gazelle Amber Valentine and husband, Edgar Livengood, hail from Athens, Georgia and have released seven studio LPs since forming in 1993.
Punk poet, John Cooper Clarke is playing live at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Friday (3rd June 2016). Salford born Cooper Clarke first found fame during the punk era of the late 1970s, and has released six studio albums to date, the most recent being, “Zip Style Method” which was released in 1982.
Glasgow’s Garage plays host to American singer/songwriter, Laura Stevenson on Friday (3rd June 2016). The Long Island born Stevenson is the former keyboard player of music collective, Bomb The Music Industry, and has released four studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2015’s “Cocksure”.
Scottish trio, Fatherson are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Saturday (4th June 2016). The band, from Kilmarnock, are out in support of their forthcoming second LP, “Open Book”, which follows their 2014 debut, “I Am An Island”.
Former Long Blondes frontwoman, Kate Jackson is live at Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Saturday (4th June 2016) with her new band, The Wrong Moves. Jackson released two studio albums alongside The Long Blondes; their 2006 debut, “Someone To Drive You Home” and 2008’s “Couples”. Jackson has been performing with The Wrong Moves since September 2015.
80s pop/punk pirate, Adam Ant is scheduled to play his former band’s iconic 1980 album, “Kings Of The Wild Frontier” at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on Sunday (5th June 2016). Following the split of Adam & The Ants in 1982, Ant (aka Stuart Goddard) went on to enjoy a successful solo career; his latest studio effort, “Bravest Of The Brave” was released earlier this year.
Hampden Park plays host to Coldplay on Tuesday (7th June 2016). The band, who formed in 1996 and released their debut album, “Parachutes” in 2000, are out in support of their seventh studio effort, “A Head Full Of Dreams” which was released in December 2015.
Pop rock band, Big Deal are set to play King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Tuesday (7th June 2016). The duo consists of London born, Alice Costelloe and Kacey Underwood, who was raised near Yucca Valley in California. They shot to fame following the release of their second LP, “June Gloom”, which dropped in 2013 and the pair went onto support Depeche Mode on tour in 2014.
Homegrown heroes, The Jesus & Mary Chain have announced TWO gigs at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st August 2016.
Tickets go on-sale on Friday @ 9am
Psychedelic rockers, Kula Shaker have announced a date at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Sunday 18th December 2016. The band released their fifth studio album, “K 2.0” in February of this year; it was their first studio release in 6 years.
Tickets go on-sale on Friday @ 9am