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 £351 1.

Way Ahead: 1339 8383.


Virgin Princes Street. 220 3234. Ripping Records South Bridge. 226 7010.

Assembly Rooms George Street. 220 (1349

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I Horse The lierr}. ('lyde Place. 43*) 1010. 7.30pm. £14. 16}th pztlt'ottixed sitiger/songwriter w ho will no dotiht he crooning to a lull house.

I King Prawn, Whitmore and The Day I Snapped King 'l‘ut'x \Vah with llttt. 373a St Vittcent Street. 331 537‘). 8pm. £6.50 plus hooking lee. ()Ver- 14.x show. Ska punk shenanigans from tlte hard-touring headliners.

I Eska and Macrocosmica West 13th. 11 13 Kehinhaugh Street. 576 5018. 8pm. l'it'ee. Two hands who hare come tip through the 13111 Note scene pack them in tor orte ol‘ tlte ittattgttral gigs in the new pl'Clltl\C\.

I Left Hand Element, Fractal Jack, Novasmoke, Second Skin and Eyebolt 'I'he ('atltouse. l5 l‘nion Street. 348 6606. 7.30pm. £4. ()VL‘F- l4\ show. .\letal Recon night ol‘ heaxy sounds.

I Fluid To Gas and Fighting Red Adair Nice'n'Sleax}. 431 Sattchieltall Street. 333 0637. 9pm.

I MISO 13th .\'ote ('al'e. 50 60 King Street. 533 1638. 0pm. £3.

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I Canvist Studio One. (irosVettot' llotel. (irtmenor 'l‘errace. 341 6516. 0pm. l‘ree. Blues rock covers.

I Open Mic 'l‘chai ()\ na. 43 ()tago Lane. 357 4534. 8pm. Free.

I The Vagabonds 'l‘he Scotia.

ll3 l l4 Stockwell Sll'L‘L‘l. 553 868 l. 9pm. liree. Popular co\er\.

I Jam Session Satttttel 1)ow ‘x, 67 ()1 Nithsdale Road. 433 (11117. 8.30pm. l"ree. I Live Music Macxorle} \. 43 Jamaica Street. 348 858 l. 9pm. l'il'L‘L‘. 'l‘ltree local hands.


I Jimson Trance aitd Requiem lleriot-VVatt l'niyerxit) 1'nion. Riccarton. 451 5333. 0pm. liree. ’l‘houghtlttl indie l‘rom Jimson 'l‘rance w itlt retro rock tront Requiem. Students and their gttcslx onl}. I Acoustic Edinburgh (iildett Saloon. 333 (‘owgate. 336 6551). 9pm. Free. :\ chance to catch a special acoustic \ltow t'rom Rich l)a\ iex (Risingxon 1.

I Speakeasy Bongo ('luh. 14 New Street. 558 7604. 1030an £5 t£4l. Sharp suits. a house hand. karaoke attd caharet all go to ntake tip the Speakeax) e\perience.


GThe Proclaimers (‘ot'n li\cltattge. (‘ottrt Street. 7.30pm. £17.50. The might) Proclaimers continue their extenxix e Scottish tottr pla)ing material from last year's ace l’l‘l‘.\('l'('l't' alhtrnt their hext _\‘et attd old l‘ootxtomping lamuritex such as ‘l'rn (iotma Be 1501) .\lile\i'.

Glasgow I The Illegal Eagles Rt1_\;tl (‘oncert Hall. 3 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 8pm. £l5/£l4/£l3 plus credit card hooking l'ee. 'l‘wo-hour \ltow \panning the major liagles hits and. lot the \er} hra\e attd dedicated. solo Don llenle} attd Joe Walsh material. I Sparta and Silt King 'l‘ut'x \Vah \Valt llut. 373a St Vincent Street. 331 537‘). 8.30pm. £7.51) pltlx hooking tee. Vou‘x e seen the .\lar\ Volta 1w ell. a few luck}. luck)‘ souls have); now it's time to compare the three other ex—mentlwrx ol‘ .-\t The l)ri\e-|n iit their new eontho. Sparta sound tnore like their parertt hand than the Mars Volta httt there's something llll\\lll:_‘ oh _\eah. it's the tl)llilllll\lll o1‘(‘edrie Bixler. I Eva and Life Without Buildings West 13th. 1 1 l3 Kehinhaugh Street. 576 5018. 8pm. l-‘ree. Man} Star-exgue fragility from lira and quirk) post-punk influenced angularin l'rom'e \Vithottt Buildings.

I Nephilim l3th .\'ote (ale. 51) (ill King Street. 53.3 1638.1)pm. £3.

I Josephine and The Needles NiL‘L‘ill‘SlL‘il/_\. 43l Sauchieltall Sll'L‘L‘l. 333 9637. ()pm. An irtdie rocktaxtic douhle hill from the lithium Records \tahle.

I Nonpoint and Dead Relative The (’athouxe. l5 l'ttiott Street. 348 6606. 8pm. £6. ()\er- l4\ \ltt)\\.

I Middleman, Hangman Chan and Latent Heart liar} Murr} \. ()6 Maxwell Street. 331 651 1. ()pm. £4. includittg entr} to poxt-gig cluh. l.oca| hand line-up.

I Goma artd All My Logic

S1111“ lk‘l’t'} l‘ilcltlx 5b ()xwald Sll'L‘L‘l. 33l 7871. 7.30pm. £4. inelttding entr_\ to poxl—gig club.

I Stealaway (hand (He ()pr}. l’aixle} Road loll. 43‘) 5396. 7.30pm. £3 (£3 memherxi. ('otmtr).

I Abba Revival Bourbon Street. 108 (icorge Street. 5530141. 7pm. £5 1£l6.50 with dinner). ll'lltlllc to the Swedish lah tour.

I King Voodoo .\le('huill\. 11) High Street. 553 3135. 0.30pm. liree.

I Black Rose Mat-mile} ‘x. 42 Jamaica Street. 348 8581. ‘lpnt. liree.

I Word Of Mouth 'l'ehai ()\ na. 43 ()tago lane. 357 4534. 8pm. liree. l’oetr} night with li\e [1111\1L‘ilCL‘Ulllpitltl1110111. I Bronx Samuel l)ow 'x, 6," ()1 \itltxdale Road. 433 1110.". 8.30pm. l‘ree.


I Colin Vearncombe (ale Rtwal lllxll't) littl‘. l7 \Vt‘xl Rt‘g‘iflt‘t‘ Sll'L‘L‘l. .557 4703. 8pm. £7 £8. lleartl‘elt pop l'rom this artist who sometimex goes h_\ the name ol Black.

I Fractal Jack and Zillah Studio 34. ('alton Road. 558 3758. 10.30pm. £4 £5. l.i\ e hea\_\ metal at rock club night Zealottx.


I Jimmy Eat World aitd the Promise Ring Barrow land. 244 (iallowgate. 553 46111. 7.30pm. S()l.l) ()1'1. (her-14x \lltt“. See pre\ iew tor Jimm} liat \Vorld. Support from their erno etmtemporariex The l’rotttixe Ring. I Dolly Varden, Bill Mallonee and Bigman King 'l‘ut'x \Vah \Vah llttt. 373a St Vincent Street. 331 537‘). 8.30pm. £6 plus hooking tee.

I The Blimp \iee'n'Slezv). 431 Sauchieltall Street. 333 0637. 0pm.

I El Hombre Trajeado and Project A-Ko “ext 13111. 1 1 13

Keh inhauglt Street. 576 5018. 8pm. liree. Post—rock instrumentalists lil llomhre 'I'raieado return alter a break l'rom gigging and are supported h_\ a new hand cotttprixing l‘et'gux. lilaine and [an of l 'rttxei Yatxttra notoriet}.

I The Storm Petrols and The Few Strawhet‘r} l’ieldx. 56 ()\\\;1ltl Street. 331 7871. 7.30pm. £4. ittcluding entr} to post-gig cltth.

I radiogram 13111 Note (kite. St) (ll) King Street. 533 1638. ()pm. £3.

I Lazy Dog (il‘utltl ()le ()pt'}. l’aide) Road loll. 43‘) 5306. 7.30pm. £3 (£3 111C111lk‘1‘xl. ('ottntr}.

I The Beatles Beat Bourbon Street. 108 (ieorge Street. 553 0141. 7pm. £5 (£16.50 with dinnerl. Tribute to the popular heat eontho.

I Open Stage The Hall liar. 161) \Voodlandx Road. 564 1537. 4 8pm. l'ree. \VL‘L‘lNl} \e\\itttt l-ot' local ttttlxicialh. I Requiem and Rogue Star llle llalt Bar. 160 \Voodlandx Road. 564 1537. 0pm. l’ree.

I ltchycoo Park Samtrel ham.

()7 ()l \itltxtlttle Road. 433 ()l()7. 8.50pm. l‘ree. ('o\er\ ol‘ linttlll'llL‘S Item the ()(lx.

I Jamie Barnes & Cochise Slitcutt‘lL‘} \. 43 Jamaica Sli‘L‘L‘l. 348 8581. 6pm. l’ree. RL‘SltlL‘llL'} lot' the Rtkll \eteran.

I Live Music .\lc('|tttill\. 40 lliglt Street. 553 3135. 0.30pm. l-‘ree.

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Deconstruction 2002 lhis day of skateboard culture features the kind of bands who thrive ott heeltlips. indie mules and. of course. severely gra/ed knees. Which means you get the rapidly rising lostprophets lpicturedl. the Mighty Mighty Bosstones.

l agwagon and Randy. whoever he. she or it may be. SliCC. Glasgow. Tue 4 Jun.

1' The Breeders Returning from a sabbatical that would make the Stone Roses record a shite album of /eppelin pastiches in disbelief. 1A's posturock titans have a fine new LP to promote and some limey ass to kick. See Preview. OMU. Glasgow. Wed 29 May.

a The Proclaimers After rocking the bollocks off '1 in the Park last year. the brothers Reid are back with a greatest hits album and a series of Scottish dates. Corn Exchange, Haddington. Thu 23 May; Mot/ren/ve/l Cit/it: Centre. Sat 25 May: Albert Hal/s. Sl/lll/lQ,‘ Mon 2/ May. Grand Hall. Ki/niarnock, Wed 25) ll/I'EIl/I Glen Pavilion, Dunfermline. 7711/ 6‘ Jun.

1 Stuart Adamson Tribute A celebration of the life of the Skids and Big Country frontman who committed suicide last year. Former colleagues are joined by Midge Ure. Pete Wylie and High Cornwell. among others. Barrow/and. Glasgow. Fri 31 May. SOLD OUTS The Mercat Festival After the quiet success of the inaugural Mercat Festival. its successor seeks to build on its success with a similar range of indie. folk and rock acts. Highlights include the Radiotones and Andi Neate. The Mercat. Edinburgh. Sat 25 ll/lt'itrt—Sat 1 June.

-. Coloursfest Hot on the heels of her big sis. Dannii Minogue returns wrth a 'cret‘lible' new direction under the auspices of Roger Sanche/ at Scotland's only dance festival of the year. Perhaps more exciting is the live return of 808 State. who have an album out later this year. Also see clubs. Brae/read [3/'()(1(/11’(1//< and International Arena. Glasgow. Sat 1 8 Sun 2 Jun.