Category Archive: Gig Reviews & Galleries

Party at the Palace Day 1 in Pictures

Here’s a few photographs of all the stars from day one of Party at the Palace 2015. Take a bow Apache Darling, 100 Fables, Little Eye, Horse, Justin Currie, The Feeling and of… Continue reading

Party At The Palace 2015 Review Part 2

So, Day 2 of PATP15 and once again we had a pretty damned impressive array of talent waiting their turn to rock the Palace. And following on from Day 1, three more emerging artists… Continue reading

Party At The Palace 2015 Review Part 1

So it’s the morning after the weekend before and it’s a typical Scottish summer’s day. Yep, it’s raining! So first things first: hats off to the PATP organisers for picking 2 consecutive days where… Continue reading

Black Grape Live at the Garage

Black Grape are back! And thats a good thing because the music world has been that little bit duller without Shaun Ryder and the boys. The band are celebrating the 20th anniversary of… Continue reading

UFO Live at the O2 ABC

UFO landed in Glasgow last Friday night to lead a packed O2 ABC audience on a 105 minute blast through their greatest hits, plus songs from their latest album, A Conspiracy of Stars.… Continue reading

Mark Knopfler Live at the SSE Hydro

Mark Knopfler returned home to Glasgow for the latest leg of his Tracker tour at the SSE Hydro on Tuesday night. And he gave the 8,000 or so fans in the huge arena… Continue reading

Average White Band Live at the O2 ABC

If you were to write down the names of all the Scottish artists and bands who have properly made it in America, it’s fair to say that it would be a very short… Continue reading

GUN Live at the Barrowlands

You’d be hard pushed to find an online review of GUN’s previous gig at the Barrowlands. That’s primarily because they last played there an astonishing 18 years ago. And that’s a lot of… Continue reading

The Quireboys Live at Bannermans

The Quireboys arrived in Edinburgh for the second last gig of their “Unplugged and Personal’ tour and really couldn’t have picked a better venue than Bannermans. Apart from being a small and intimate… Continue reading

The Qemists Live at King Tut’s

I’ve always had a pretty broad range of interests when it comes to music. But there are still one or two genres which I just don’t like. One of them is Drum &… Continue reading