Gigs This Week
Dundee-born indie rock royalty, The View continue their reign at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut this week with sold out shows up until Friday (24th February 2017). The band are out to celebrate 10 years since they released their debut LP, “Hats Off To The Buskers”.
Country-turned-popstar, LeAnn Rimes is at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall tonight (Wednesday 22nd February 2017). Rimes, best known for her hit singles, “How Do I Live?” and “Can’t Fight The Moonlight”, released her 13th studio effort, “Remnants” in October 2016.
St Luke’s play host to country rock duo, The Handsome Family on Thursday (23rd February 2017). The pair, husband and wife, Brett and Rennie Sparks, released their 10th album, “Unseen” last year. Support comes from Courtney Marie Andrews.
Aussie hardcore punk duo, Hellions are at Glasgow’s Garage on Thursday (23rd February 2017). The band are out in support of third LP, “Opera Oblivia” which dropped last year.
Glasgow’s Garage are hosting 90s nostalgia on Friday (24th February 2017) with boyband 911 performing live. The trio, who formed in 1992, enjoyed a string of hit singles, including “Bodyshakin”, “More Than A Woman” and “Private Number” before splitting in 2000. The band recently reformed in 2012 as part of reality TV programme, “Hit Me, Baby, One More Time”.
Manchester-born quintet, Cabbage are at Glasgow’s Stereo on Saturday (25th February 2017) as part of their “Neighbourhood On Tour”. The band, known for their neo post-punk, are currently on tour throughout The UK. Support comes from The Shimmer Band and April.
Man & The Echo are at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Saturday (25th February 2017) as part of their current UK Tour. The band, from Warrington, are out in support of their self-titled debut LP.
Three Blind Wolves play a very special show on Saturday (25th February 2017) at St Luke’s. The Glasgow-born trio play their last ever gig this weekend.
Glasgow’s 02 ABC plays host to Lady Leshurr on Sunday (26th February 2017). Lashurr, aka Melesha O’Garro, is an English rapper, singer and producer who counts Eminem and Missy Elliot among her influences.
Pop punk trio, Busted are at Glasgow’s 02 Academy on Sunday (26th February 2017) in support of their long-awaited third LP, “Night Driver”. The band, best known for 00s pop hits, “What I Go To School For”, “Crashed The Wedding” and “Year 3000” split in 2005. Guitarists, James Bourne and Matt Willis teamed up with pals, McFly and toured as McBusted in 2013/14 before reuniting with former bandmate, Charlie Simpson in 2015.
Scottish singer/songwriter, Martha Hill is scheduled to play The Old Hairdressers on Sunday (26th February 2017). Hill fuses folk, blues, pop and reggae; support comes from Pip Fluteman.
The SSE Hydro play host to Kings Of Leon on Monday (27th February 2017). The Tennessee born band, consisting of brothers Caleb, Nathan and Jared Followill and cousin, Matthew are out in support of latest studio effort, “WALLS” which dropped in October 2016.
Drive By Truckers are at Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Monday (27th February 2017). The band, from Georgia in The United States, released their 11th studio effort, “American Band” which was released in September of last year.
Julia Jacklin is at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Monday (27th February 2017). The Aussie-born singer/songwriter released her debut LP, “Don’t Let The Kids Win” in October 2016.