Gigs This Week
Kentucky-born band, Cage The Elephant are scheduled to play Glasgow’s 02 ABC tonight (Tuesday 17th January 2017). The band, who formed in 2006, released their fourth studio effort, “Tell Me I’m Pretty” in December 2015.
Former Paramore drummer, Zac Farro, aka HalfNoise is at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut tonight (Tuesday 17th January 2017). HalfNoise released his second studio effort, “Sudden Feeling” in June of last year.
Glasgow’s Old Hairdressers play host to Vince James on Wednesday (18th January 2017) as part of his current UK Tour.
West Lothian-born, Lewis Capaldi is at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut on Thursday (19th January 2017).
Saint Luke’s play host to French electronic artist, Carpenter Brut on Friday (20th January 2017). Brut toured America last year with Swedish heavy metal band, Ghost.
Zimbabwe-born Rationale is at Glasgow’s King Tut’s on Friday (20th January 2017). Rationale, aka Tinashe Fazakerley, is known for both his synth-pop and African influences; his first album as Rationale is due in March of this year.
Hard rock quintet, Slim Mistress are scheduled to play Ivory Black’s on Friday (20th January 2017). Support comes from The Riot Project. Slim Mistress formed in 2010 and release their debut effort this month.
Glasgow’s Hug & Pint play host to Broken Records on Friday (20th January 2017) as part of 2017’s Celtic Connections. The band, from Edinburgh, released their third LP, “Weight & Pulleys” in 2014; it follows 2010’s “Let Me Come Home” and their 2009 debut, “Until The Earth Begins To Part”.
Indie rock band, The Yummy Fur are at Glasgow’s Oran Mor on Saturday (21st January 2017). The band, who initially formed in 1992, were a firm favourite of late DJ, John Peel; they are from Glasgow.
Glasgow’s Broadcast play host to Fvnerals on Sunday (22nd January 2017) as part of their current tour. The metal band are from Glasgow. Support comes from Cavalcades.
RM Hubbert is scheduled to play Glasgow’s Hug & Pint on Sunday (22nd January 2017); this is part of Celtic Connections 2017. Commonly known as Hubby, he has been active on the Glasgow gig circuit since 1991; he has released five studio albums throughout his career.
Glasgow’s SSE Hydro play host to A Day To Remember, New Found Glory and Neck Deep on Monday (23rd January 2017) as part of “Bad Vibes World Tour”. Formed in 2003, A Day To Remember are from Florida and have released six studio LPs to date, the most recent being 2016’s “Bad Vibrations”. New Found Glory are also from Florida and formed in 1997, while Neck Deep are a Welsh pop punk band.
The Pretty Reckless play Glasgow’s 02 ABC on Monday (23rd January 2017). Fronted by Taylor Momsen, the band are out in support of their third LP, “Who You Selling For?” which dropped in October 2016.