Gigs This Week

Singer/songwriter, Beth Rowley is at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Wednesday (21st June 2017). Rowley, who was born in Peru, released her debut studio effort, “Little Dreamer” in May 2008.

Aussie-born art rockers, The Red Paintings are scheduled to play Glasgow’s Broadcast on Wednesday (21st June 2017). The band, who formed in 2000, released their second (and latest LP) “The Revolution Is Never Coming” in 2013.

Tennessee’s own Paramore are scheduled to play Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on Thursday (22nd June 2017). The band, fronted by Hayley Williams, are out in support of their fifth studio effort, “After Laughter” which dropped in May of this year and spawned the singles, “Hard Times” and “Told You So”.

Glasgow’s 02 Academy are scheduled to play host to indie rockers, The Maccabees on Friday (23rd June 2017). The band, who formed in 2004, have released four studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2015’s “Marks To Prove It”. Support comes from Matt Maltese.

Mancunian legends The Stone Roses are at Glasgow’s Hampden Park on Saturday (24th June 2017). The band, who formed in 1983, are best known for their signature tracks, “Waterfall”, “Fools Gold” and “I Am The Resurrection”, taken from their iconic self-titled debut, released in 1989. The band dropped brand new tracks, “All For One” and “Beautiful Thing” last year. Support comes from Primal Scream and Steve Mason.

Glasgow’s Broadcast plays host to Natalie Clark on Sunday (25th June 2017). The Scottish singer/songwriter is typically based in Los Angeles appeared on The Voice in The US during the blind auditions with her take on Free’s “All Right Now”.

York-born band, Pauper Kings are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Sunday (25th June 2017) as part of their current UK Tour. Support comes from Atomic Kitten’s Liz McClarnon and Holloway Road.

Glasgow’s Broadcast play host to Dylan Jakobsen on Monday (26th June 2017).  Jakobsen’s brand of country rock has drawn favourable comparisons to Tom Petty and Bruce Springsteen; his debut LP, “From Where I Began” is available now.

 

 

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