King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
- Box office 0141 221 5279
Please note this listing is for the gig venue. To find out more about the bar/restaurant, read our Eating & Drinking Guide review of King Tut's.
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An Acoustic Evening with Andy Cairns
Therapy? frontman goes solo and unplugged.
The Amazing Snakeheads
Garage blues trio from Glasgow.
Classy, credible finalist from the first series of The Voice with a sophisticated pop sound.
Mean, musclebound Nashville singer-songwriter giving alt.country a punkabilly makeover.
New indie electro band from London featuring Athlete bassist Carey Willetts.
Cairn String Quartet
Young string quartet who have collaborated with the likes of Emeli Sande and Echo & the Bunnymen.
Camper Van Beethoven
Californian alt.rockers best known for their mid-80s slacker anthem 'Take the Skinheads Bowling'.
Alt.rock and metal from Glasgow quintet The Detours.
Grunge rockers hailing from Leeds.
Rhythm'n'blues veterans from the 70s, whose unhinged sound inspired the early punk acts, but who now have the dubious honour of no longer featuring any original members.
Over-14s show. Former lead singer of complaint rockers Live.
Eliza & the Bear
London folk pop five-piece.
Enemies of the State
Local rock band.
Glasgow multi-instrumentalist plays tracks from his album The Boy Who Had Everything.
The Family Rain
Bluesy indie rock from Bath-based fraternal trio.
Alt.rock quintet from Doncaster.
Electro-pop media darlings du jour plus support.
Frankie & the Heartstrings, Spectrals and Fantastic Piano
Sunderland five-piece who have been described as 'JoBoxers meets Josef K.'
Sat 8 Jun
£8 / 0141 221 5279
Solo show from the former Squeeze frontman.
London six-piece with effortless melodic style and a dash of English pastoral whimsy.
Reformed Scottish rockers, who gave it some old school muscle in the early 90s.
Young rootsy four-piece from Louisville, Kentucky.
Jacco Gardner, Pseudos and Dead Temple
Self-styled baroque pop multi-instrumentalist from the Netherlands. Like Jake Bugg, only with more effects.
The Jim Jones Revue
London-based rock'n'rollers who are 'here to save your soul'.
Indie pop four-piece from Uddingston.
Less Than Sober and Cammy Black
Indie pop/rockers from Saltcoats.
LA five-piece post-hardcore prog group.
London-based indie contenders fronted by Tarik Badwan, brother of Horrors frontman Faris.
Lord Huron, Nataly Dawn and Cabey
Indie folk incarnation of LA-based musician Ben Schneider, paying tribute to his Michigan roots with the Lord Huron moniker.
X Factor singer-songwriter with a light, observational style.
Madina Lake, Fearless Vampire Killers and Super Happy Fun Club
Over-14s show. Chicago rock quartet fronted by twin brothers Nathan and Matthew Leone who kick-started their band with money they won appearing on 'The Fear Factor', the crazy cats.
Thu 10 Oct
£15 / 0141 221 5279
Alt.rockers formerly known as Francesqua.
Manchester indie band with attitude.
Scottish/Swedish folk singer who does a spot of modelling on the side.
One Last Secret and Pacific Blues
Kilmarnock pop/rock quartet.
Hardcore band who say: 'We are Palm Reader. We play loud. We play heavy. We play hard. We play fast.' Nuff said.
Echo & the Bunnymen guitarist Will Sergeant teams up with his former bandmate Les Pattinson on bass in this new instrumental group.
Epic indie rock from Revere.
Senses Fail, The Marmozets and Handguns
US rock quartet mixing punk, hardcore and poetic emotion.
Spear Of Destiny
Kirk Brandon's mob, refusing to give up the ghost, despite only having one minor hit 20 years ago. Muscles bulge, veins pop, fists are clenched, rabbles are roused.
The Summer Set and Natives
Over-14s show. Pop-punk quintet from Arizona.
New Orleans-based musician who originally hails from Scotland and was runner-up on the US version of The Voice.
Over-14s show. Pop-punk quintet from Sydney.
Touchstone and Von Hertzen Brothers
Progressive metal quintet co-headline with epic Finnish rockers.
Ultrasound, Chris Devotion & the Expectations and Kobi
Cult, eccentric indie favourites from the 90s, fronted by the non-tiny 'Tiny' Wood.
Fri 14 Jun
£10 / 0141 221 5279
The Dundonian indie scamps play new material from their new album Cheeky for a Reason.
Reviews & features
King Tut's1 Oct 2008
Fiona McKinlay recaps on why the Wah Wah Hut is consistently voted one of the very best venues in the UK. Whether it’s Razorlight, My Chemical Romance or Manic Street Preachers, practically every band that’s become something in the past eighteen years…