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    Party Fears Three are back at The Liquid Rooms on Sunday night. Always a brilliant night of electronic 80ís tunes. Depeche Mode, Erasure, Human League, Tears For Fears, Duran Duran, OMD etc etc. Great way to spend your bank holiday Sunday!
    I'll be there - and Beans on Toast gig in afternoon before it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
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    I'll be there - and Beans on Toast gig in afternoon before it
    Andy Chung gig in the afternoon for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frazerbob View Post
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    Andy Chung gig in the afternoon for me.
    Didn't know Andy was playing on Sunday - whereabouts is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky View Post
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    Didn't know Andy was playing on Sunday - whereabouts is that?
    Itís a private Ďthe morning after the night beforeí party for a palís wedding this weekend at his bowling club. Weíll be in some nick for PF3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frazerbob View Post
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    Itís a private Ďthe morning after the night beforeí party for a palís wedding this weekend at his bowling club. Weíll be in some nick for PF3!
    Ah right, brilliant - cracking warm up for the evening!

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    Some good gigs on at Leith Theatre as part of EIF. Have gone for Anna Meredith, plus an all dayer that Lau are running. Latter is pretty good value at 25 quid.

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    My two favourite gigs if the year so far have been the last two Manic Street Preachers and last week Gomez at Barrowlands


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    Not upcoming, but Wilko Johnson was great fun in Glasgow last night.

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    Tickets for Biffy Clyro at the Usher Hall bought yesterday. With all the hype on social media about it I thought Iíd be struggling.

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    Myles Kennedy at Liquid Room on July 2
    he was superb in Glasgow last March

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    The Stones were brilliant at Croke Park earlier, they put on a really good show, a lot better than I expected actually. I hope anyone going to see them at Murrayfield or any of the other dates on the tour enjoy it as much as we did tonight.
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    Spear of Destiny on Sunday in Dunfermline. Pj Molloys is a great wee venue.

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    The Stones were brilliant at Croke Park earlier, they put on a really good show, a lot better than I expected actually. I hope anyone going to see them at Murrayfield or any of the other dates on the tour enjoy it as much as we did tonight.
    Good to hear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YehButNoBut View Post
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    Myles Kennedy at Liquid Room on July 2
    he was superb in Glasgow last March
    Lucky bloody you, site crashed within seconds, then we hear the ticket touts have acquired most of the tickets and that was priority booking the day before.

    Just seen Lower Than Atlantis there, cracking gig, supported by Boston Manor and The Faim, both really good.

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    Off down to Leeds for Slam Dunk Festival this weekend, and very much looking forward to it.

    All day festival spread across several city centre venues, culminating in the VIP after party at the University of Leeds.

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    I've got a few, rather diverse, gigs lined up.

    In no particular order, I'm going to see Elvis Costello, Katie Perry, Rolling Stones, Eels and Ed Sheeran.

    I'm looking forward to some of those more than others!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    I've got a few, rather diverse, gigs lined up.

    In no particular order, I'm going to see Elvis Costello, Katie Perry, Rolling Stones, Eels and Ed Sheeran.

    I'm looking forward to some of those more than others!
    Out of them only Elvis Costello and EELS appeal to me, shows where musical tastes lie.

    The only gig I've got coming up is Tremonti on the 28th June at the Glasgow O2 ABC.
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    Father John Misty, Courtney Barnett, The Breeders, Public Service Broadcasting, Manic Street Preachers, Beck & Orbital in the 6 music fetival in Belfast on Friday. Only £18 for a day ticket! Saturday's line up isn't too shabby either but I'm on child care duties in exchange for the freedom to attend on Friday

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-C View Post
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    Out of them only Elvis Costello and EELS appeal to me, shows where musical tastes lie.

    The only gig I've got coming up is Tremonti on the 28th June at the Glasgow O2 ABC.
    We're not too far apart, but I'd add these Stones to your list.

    The other 2 are more for Mrs R, but I'm sure they'll be relatively painless.
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    Father John Misty, Courtney Barnett, The Breeders, Public Service Broadcasting, Manic Street Preachers, Beck & Orbital in the 6 music fetival in Belfast on Friday. Only £18 for a day ticket! Saturday's line up isn't too shabby either but I'm on child care duties in exchange for the freedom to attend on Friday
    Both days look excellent. Was well up for going over for the weekend, then realised I already had a ticket for a beer festival on Friday night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adhibs View Post
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    Both days look excellent. Was well up for going over for the weekend, then realised I already had a ticket for a beer festival on Friday night.
    Not a bad fall back tbf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis Toboggan View Post
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    Some good gigs on at Leith Theatre as part of EIF. Have gone for Anna Meredith, plus an all dayer that Lau are running. Latter is pretty good value at 25 quid.
    Have got King Creosote and Mogwai tickets for that.
    Have also purchased for Galway International Festival when we are over for annual summer visit - have got Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert in Roisin Dubh, and Wedding Present in Monroes. Jerry Dammers is djíing in Monroes as well so fancy that as well.
    Wedding Present playing in Galashiels in December which isnít a million miles from me so have tickets for that. They are playing the album Tommy.

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    Again, not an upcoming gig, but I have to report that Iíve still got a huge grin on my face from seeing Nick Mason at the Half Moon Putney on Monday. What a brilliant show that was. One of my gigs of a lifetime.


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    Again, not an upcoming gig, but I have to report that Iíve still got a huge grin on my face from seeing Nick Mason at the Half Moon Putney on Monday. What a brilliant show that was. One of my gigs of a lifetime.


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    Nice! What was the format? Was he playing Pink Floyd songs or something else? Was there any spoken word element? He's always struck me as a very eloquent guy with quite a dry sense of humour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carheenlea View Post
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    Have got King Creosote and Mogwai tickets for that.
    Have also purchased for Galway International Festival when we are over for annual summer visit - have got Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert in Roisin Dubh, and Wedding Present in Monroes. Jerry Dammers is djíing in Monroes as well so fancy that as well.
    Wedding Present playing in Galashiels in December which isnít a million miles from me so have tickets for that. They are playing the album Tommy.
    Hubby is great live. Brilliant guitarist and brutally funny.

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    Nice! What was the format? Was he playing Pink Floyd songs or something else? Was there any spoken word element? He's always struck me as a very eloquent guy with quite a dry sense of humour.
    Heís got a band with Guy Pratt and Gary Kemp and 2 others. They play early Floyd, the most recent songs were off Meddle. Although they did Obscured by Clouds but I can never remember if that was before or after Meddle. Mostly off the very early albums. 90 minute set. Nick introduced the band but didnít say much else. Tbh I thought his voice was a bit shaky. Probably the emotion of the night. Told a joke about Roger. But wow. What a fantastic show.


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    Quote Originally Posted by grunt View Post
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    Heís got a band with Guy Pratt and Gary Kemp and 2 others. They play early Floyd, the most recent songs were off Meddle. Although they did Obscured by Clouds but I can never remember if that was before or after Meddle. Mostly off the very early albums. 90 minute set. Nick introduced the band but didnít say much else. Tbh I thought his voice was a bit shaky. Probably the emotion of the night. Told a joke about Roger. But wow. What a fantastic show.


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    That sounds amazing. I had no idea he was doing that!

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    Primavera festival next week in Barcelona
    Then the Rolling Stones when I return
    Then Idlewild playing The Remote Part in full a fortnight after


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    Robyn Hitchcock Oran Mor Glasgow tonight and Squeeze Sunday Night at Kelvin grove Bandstand To be a nice night Weather wise which always helps


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis Toboggan View Post
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    Hubby is great live. Brilliant guitarist and brutally funny.
    Agree - seem him a few times and his own live show is a powerful one with stories of his own personal battles. I saw the Moffat/Hubbert show last week at St Luke’s in Glasgow and they work just great together. Throw in Siobhan Wilson’s cello, keyboards and backing vocals and you have a very pleasurable listening experience.

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