Music hitlist

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This article is from 2009.

Music hitlist

Bill Callahan

A Band called Quinn
Widescreen indie electropop from Ms Quinn and her cohorts.
The Dive, Glasgow, Thu 20 Aug.

Soulsavers
Oran Mor, Glasgow, Tue 25 Aug.

Katy Perry
Kissing girls and liking it is just part of this Yank power pop princess’s repertoire as this Barras show should attest.
Barrowland, Glasgow, Fri 21 Aug.

Woodenbox with a Fistful of Fivers, Ming Ming & the Ching Chings, French Wives and Sol Diablos
A cunning local line up, headed by considered folksome indie mob Woodenbox.
Corinthian, Glasgow, Fri 21 Aug.

Bill Callahan
Smog by any other name doing his beguiling deadpan countryisms.
Stereo, Glasgow, Sun 23 Aug.

Trembling Bells
Sonorous psych folk quartet who have risen out of Glasgow’s wicker and woodbine underground to play beside their heroes like Fairport Convention over the festival season and parade the spectral Carbeth album.
Stereo, Glasgow, Wed 26 Aug.

We Were Promised Jetpacks, Broken Records, Sparrow and the Workshop and Some Young Pedro
To mark the first, incredibly successful year of The Mill, some of the highlights form the last 12 months are gathered up to play on proper shindig. Should be pretty tremendous by all accounts.
Oran Mor, Thu 27 Aug.

Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham
Folk’s toothsome dynamic duo please crowds across the country with their fiddle and accordion and fine line in homely patter.
Guild Theatre, Greenock, Fri 21 Aug; Queen’s Hall, Dunoon, Sat 22 Aug; Eastgate Theatre, Peebles, Sun 23 Aug; Albert Halls, Stirling, Tue 25 Aug.

This article is from 2009.

Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham

Musical double act Phil and Aly bring together a plethora of musical talent and witty banter.

The Brunton, Musselburgh

Sat 27 May 2017

£19 (£17) / 0131 665 2240

Bill Callahan

Charismatic Smog mainman Callahan brings his droll songs and calming influence back to an adoring Glasgow.

Woodenbox, The Seventeenth Century and The Second Hand Marching Band

Folksy, rhythmic sounds from Glasgow's Woodenbox. Part of No Mean City.

Picnic Concert with Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham

Enjoy exceptional Scottish folk music from these two stalwarts of the folk scene in the great outdoors. Bring a picnic and something to sit on and relax in the sunshine (hopefully). For those with a taste for luxury - reserve a Gazebo pitch with a group of friends for £100 + individual ticket prices. You can also order a…

Open Swimmer, Miaoux Miaoux, Cherry Grove, Suspire and Connor Graham/Ashkan

Hear Glasgow Loves Christmas line-up of local acts.

Soulsavers featuring Mark Lanegan

Downtempo electronica featuring Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan.

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