Rock pop

Gigs are listed by date, then by city. Performances will be listed, provided that details reach our offices at least eight days before publication. Rock and pop listings compiled by Fiona Shepherd (Glasgow) and Mark Robertson/ Henry Northmore (Edinburgh).

Ticket information

Tickets for most medium/large concerts can be bought from the following:


Virgin, Buchanan Galleries. 332 4400

Credit card bookings from: Ticket Link: 287 551 1.

Way Ahead: 339 8383.


Virgin Princes Street. 220 323A. Ripping Records Sooth Bridge. 226 7010.

Assembly Rooms George Street. 220 43419

Way Ahead 0141 339 8383

Thursday 28


I Deep Purple ('l}dc Auditorium. Sli(‘('. l-‘inniexton Qua}. (LS—.70 (T40 4000. £26.50 plus hooking ice. The Purple return to claim their heat} rock ril'iing crown trom the nu-nietal prltti'lS.

I Ian Brown and The Electric Soft Parade Barrow land. (ialiowgatc. 552 460i. 7.30pm. S()l.l) ()l'T. The King

Monke} \trutx his inxidioux lunk} duhh) \tul’l' \\ itli \upport irom tipped fraternal dtio The iiiecit‘ie Sol-t l’at'ade w ho oiier all shades oi' indie on their dehut alhum [lo/m In The Hit/l.

I Dr Robert The l’et‘t'}. (Tule Place. 42‘) mm. 9pm. £9 i £Si. The l'ormer Blow .\lonke_\ wanderx oil in a more paxtoral direction.

I Span, The Suffrajets, Kirby and Gilin King Tut\ \Vah \Vah llttt. 222a St Vincent Street. 22l 527‘). S30pm. £5 plllx hooking ice.

I Mendeed, RPM, Second Skin, Toy and In Vain The (‘athouxtn l5 l'nion Street. 248 6606. 7.l5pm. £3.50. ()xer- l-l\ \liow

I The Magnificents, El Hombre Trajeado anti Bovine Life The l3ili Note (illll‘. 3N) (‘l_\tle Street. 245 leT. 9pm. £5. Launch oi the ShadaI/ ('i) compilation with thix e\ceilent krautrock- ixh eleett‘o rock mi\ tip. i’lux l).i\ l'rancex l.engei and Pro l‘ot'ma.

I Bozilla, Midi Mode and Flick & Bongo The l3th .\'oie (are. 50-60 King Street. 553 I638. 9pm. £3. Dance and electronica at the heipt'ull) named iind oi the Month cltih. I-lick tk Bongo are the electronica oiixiiooi oi- lounge king\ The lohnn) 7.

I The Shine Niee'n'Slea/y 42] Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 0pm.

I Lady Jude .'\tl l.ih. i l l llope Street. 248 6645. llpm. £5 t£3i. .\lello\\ lolk-liop \\ iili \lllltlL‘S oi? l’ot'iiShezttl.

I The Arlenes, Susan Nisbet and Richard Anderson The .'\L'l)ll\llL' l.ighthulh. The State Bar. 143 lioiland Street. 332 215‘). S30pm. £3. Headliners The ;\rlcne\ are a l.ondoti-ha\ed hand garnering acclaitii tor their .-\niericana sound and their iortheoming dcht alhum .Slilt'k ()II I,Ut't’. The} are \ttppot'ied it} Tequila Mockinghird \ocali\i Xixltel and cotintr} loll. \inger/xongw riter .'\liLiel'\oll.

I Sticky Fingers Studio One.

(irtmeuor llotel. (irowenor 'lerrace. 34l 65l6. 9pm. Free. Rolling Stone\ trihuie.

I The Vagabonds The Scotia. 1 l3-i l4 Silk'lx“ ell Street. 55.2 Shh’l. 9pm. Free. Popular cox er\.

I Jam Session Satnuei l)ow 'x. 67- ‘)iNilhxdale Road. 423 (H07. S30pm. i'it‘ee. I Live Music The SOlIliLlllllllS. 47 ll}tle Park Street. 22l 465‘). 9pm. £3. .\lemher\ and guextx.

I Live Music Teltai ()\n;t. 42 ()tago lane. 357 4524. Spm. l’ree.


I Clinic and British Sea Power La Belle :\ngele. liaxiie\ ('one. 225 7536. Split. £6. ('ompelling Scouxe indie hand \\ itii the urgenc} oi prime \ehet l'nderground and a tendenc) to wear \urgical liltiSim onxtage. With support lrom hot )tittiig guitar act BSl’.

I Gin Goblins Black Bull Ta\ern. 43 l.eit|i Street. 557 5 l 2 I. 9pm. l‘ree. iidinhurgh‘x taxourite. it not onl}. horror punkx.

I The Score, Blue Orbit and Aieris lleriot-\\'att l'ni\er\it} l'nion. Riccarton. 45| 5333. 9pm. Free. Triple hill of indie t} pex who hetween thctii haxe \uppot'ietl .\i_\ Vitriol. Reel attd The Bluetonex amongxt other»

I Katy Tunstall (iiltleti Saloon. 2.33 ('owilate. 226 6550. ()i‘m. l5ree. :\eou\iie night i‘eattiring the ex-Red light St} lux \oc;tli\t.

I Out Of The Bedroom Tile

“in erle}. Si .\l;tt'_\ '\ Street. 557 i050. 9pm. l-‘rec. 'l‘here'x an original lilll\ie otii} polic} at thix weekl} e\ent Tot' mttxicianx and [lioxe whoitixt want to listen. llouxe guitar. kc) hoard and i’.'\ a\ailahle.

Glasgow I Atomic Kitten (Tule Auditorium. Sl‘:(‘(‘. l‘inniexton Qua}, (LS-fl) (Lil) 4()()l).

£i6.50 pith hooking i‘ec. Postponed to 5 Apr.

I Felix Da Housecat and Miss Kittin & The Hacker (iiaxgow School oi.-\t't. Renli'ew Street. 332 069 l. l0pm. U l. lieiix l)lx. spinning compelling electronica while hix chums .\li\\ Kittin & The llacker do their deadpan SL‘XliiliSilx' act. See prexiew Tor .\li\\ Kittin.

I Malcolm McCluskey and Neil Dixon Tron Theatre Toyet' har. Trongate. 552 4267. 10pm. £6. Next in a \ei'iex oi :\eou\tie Altair gig\.

I Transaudio, Squander Pilots and Raar \ice'n‘Sieax}. 42| Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. Red Spirit records showcase their wares.

I Chapman, Your Scarecrow anti Cosmos liur} Murry» ()6 Maxwell Street. 22] 651 I. 9pm. £4. including entr} to pmt-gig citih.

I Timebomb Soldiers, Entropy and The Crunge Straw herr) liieldx. 56 ()\\\‘ttltl Street. 221 787 l. 7.30pm. £4. including entry to post-gig eltih. indie.

I Ambassadors Bourhon Street. [08 (ieorge Street. 552 0l4l. 7pm. £5

l4.50 with dinneri. Suhtitled ‘trihute to tile legendx'.

I Real Easy Samuel l)()\\ ’x. 67- ‘)lNitlixdale Road. 423 0107. 8.30pm. l‘ree.

I Live Music (irand ()ie ()pr}. l’aixle}' Road Toll. 42‘) 5396. 7.30ptii. £3 (£2 memherxl. The uxuai country hoedown with li\e hand.


I The Arlenes and The Sunshine Delay The Village. l6 South Fort Street. 478 7Si0. 8pm. £5. .\ night oi country. rock and i‘olk l'rom London-haxed Americana hand The Arlenes with a hit of help lrom local act The Sunxhine Dela};

Locations: 17 West Nicolson St Edinburgh 63 Cockburn Street Edinburgh 2/3 Teviot Place Edinburgh 34 Dundas Street Glasgow 28 Lady Lawson Street Edinburgh

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