Music rock & pop listings

9 February, 7.30pm £l0 - £24

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Back Together Again UKTour

1 March, 8pm . {i5 - £i9.50 + 50p CC Charge ”' Rose Royce, Odyssey &The Real Thing. Dancing gig :- ~ '

Wayne Shorter Quartet

8 March, 8pm £|4 - £18.50 + 50p CC Charge

Sing-a—Long-a—Abba I8 & 19 March

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£15, £13 + 50p cc Charge

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Grizzled Irish rock troubadour Bob Geldof makes an appearance at Celtic connections at the Old Frultmarket, Glasgow, Wed 22 Jan

I Kong Samuel Dow‘s. 67—71 Nithsdale Road. 423 0107. 8.30pm. Free. Rock.


I The Supergun, Starry Wisdom Cult and Nixie Nye Subway. 69 Cowgate. 225 6766. 7.30pm. £4. Guitar rock with alternative leanings at this now revived live venue.


I Sophie Ellis Bextor Clyde Auditorium. SECC. Finnieston Quay. 0870 040 4000. 7pm. £17.50/£i5.50. Would you ever? A dancefloor anthem queen who can’t actually dance to save her life. It‘s a bit like the moment when you discovered none of the Village People were actually gay.

I InMe and Crackout The Garage. 490 Sauchiehall Street. 332 l 120. 7pm. £8. Over-14s show. See Fri 17.

I Jo Mango, Alan Peacock and Snowball (tbc) the 13th .\'ote Café. 50—60 King Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £3. Acoustic sets from Mango and Peacock. Doesn‘t that sound good together? They could go into business as. say. gentlemen's outfitters.

I Odeon Beat Club and Unkle Bob Nice‘n‘Sleazy. 421 Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. Melodic indie pop of notable quality from Odeon Beat Club.

I The Foamers, Sick on the Bus and Mutley Strawberry Fields. 56 Oswald Street. 221 7871. 7.30pm. £5. Over-14s show. Touring punk/pop line-

up. I Bounty Hunter Grand Ole ()pry. Paisley Road Toll. 429 5396. 7.30pm. £4 (£3 members). Country.

I The Cobramatics The Scotia. 112—114 Stockwell Street. 552 8681. 3.30 m. Free. Residency.

I B 9 Blues Jam Studio One. Grosvenor Hotel. Grosvenor Terrace. 341 6516. 6pm. Free. Hosted by the New Blues Surfers with contributions from

Studio One regulars such as Rev Doc and the .\'immo Brothers.

I Jam Session MacSorleys. 42 Jamaica Street. 248 8581. 2—5pm. Free. Weekly jam.

I Live Music MacSorleys. 42 Jamaica Street. 248 8581. 7pm. Free. Three

unsi ned local bands.

I P il’s Sunday Session L'isge Beatha. 232 Woodlands Road. 564 1596. 6pm. Free. Bring your own instrument.


I The 80s Matchbox B-Line Disaster, flu and the Black Madonnas The Venue. 17—21 Calton Road. 557 3073. 8pm. £8. Mental. jabbering rock’n‘roll mania from the 80s Matchbox thingy. whose debut album Horse oft/1e Dug puts one in mind of the Cramps. Recent support slot with Slipknot offshoot the Murderdolls brought out the glammy 70s metailer in them too.

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I Brian Kennedy and Karen Matheson Royal Concert Hall. 2 Sauchiehall Street. 353 8000. 7.30pm. £l8/£16 . Fragrant Irish singer/songwriter who has collaborated with Van Morrison. the Corrs and Ronan Keating. Huge on their home turf. but also popular whenever he visits Celtic Connections. He is joined by another CC veteran. Karen Matheson of Capercaillie playing material from her second solo album Time to Fall. I Saint Bob and The Druid Stereo (formerly West 13th). 11—13 Kelvinhaugh Street. 576 5018. 8.30pm. £2.

I Mydas The 13th .\'ote Cafe. 50—60 King Street. 553 1638. 9pm. £3. Indie band from Edinburgh.

I The Blues Buddhas Studio One. Grosvenor Hotel. Grosvenor Terrace (off Byres Road). 341 6516. 9pm. Free.

I Acoustic Jam Nice'n’Sleazy. 421 Sauchiehall Street. 333 9637. 9pm. Free. With a free drink as incentive for participants.