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Paisley Town Centre 1st to 7th September 2014
There are loads of ways to get involved with Paisley Live and be a part of the UK’s Paisley’s biggest festival line up We are looking for local bands, groups, choirs and individual musicians to take this opportunity create their own part of this live community event.
Whatever you’re into – metal, dance, classical – as long as you’re into music Paisley Live is for you. Your gig can be whatever you want it to be; big or small, on a street corner or in a concert hall. Raise money for an incredible cause, enhance your CV, and have fun with your mates while you’re at it. We’ll give you everything you need to put on a great event, with tips, advice, training, and other resources. Be Part of the Paisley Revival
Paisley town centre has been in decline for over a decade and the whole community is looking for help to re energise the town both from a community spirit perspective and an economic one.
The aim of Paisley Music Week is to bring local music and arts organisations together and establish a week-long festival of music in Paisley. The vision is to restore Paisley’s reputation as a live music town and help rebuild the town centre as a visitor destination. For us to help deliver this vision, we need you.
Call us to get involved.
Eddi Reader kicks off her October tout to showcase her latest release.
Her new CD Vagabond will take center stage at Paisley Town Hall
on Tuesday 7th October.
Tickets from www.tickets-scotland.com and Apollo Music on Causeyside Street.
Prised at £25 including booking fee.
Get yours ASAP to avoid disappointment.
Due to circumstances beyond our control ModStuff 2014 will now take place at The Liberal Club, 32 High Street Paisley.
Other News here when we get it.
Scottish music legend Midge Ure will be making his first ever FULL SOLO appearance in Paisley later this year on Friday the 24th October.
Ticket details have just been announced for a Paisley Town Hall solo acoustic show that will reflect his full career, including solo songs such as If I Was, and Ultravox songs from Vienna up to new songs from the Ultravox CD “Brilliant” released in May 2012. This has been a long time in the planning and organised by Paisley based Promoters.
Tommy McGrory, of LNP Promotions said “we had been trying to get Midge Ure to play a show for us for at least the last 5 years. Obviously he’s a very busy, respected and successful musician, playing shows all over the world, so we were delighted when he agreed to work with us this year.”
“Everything we do at LNP Promotions is aimed at attracting top acts to Paisley while at the same time raising funds for Loud n Proud, this show works on every level. We are very grateful to Midge and his team for agreeing to come to Paisley – we can’t wait!”
Tickets, priced at £20 each, are likely to be snapped up very quickly.
They will be available to buy from Friday 25th April at 9AM, online from
www.tickets-scotland.com/ and Locally at
Apollo Music Paisley – Call 0141 887 6293 to reserve.
Modstuff Paisley band news – for Friday 10th and Saturday 11th October 2014, evening shows at The Bungalow,
Them Beatles, Soldier On, The Skarsoles and Dexy’s Bootleg Runners will be appearing at the Bungalow Bar in Shuttle Street,
Great news to start the week with,
Lots more news in the weeks and months to come, G
Paisley Gig Announcement:
The Complete Stone Roses LIVE at the The Bungalow
Saturday 12th April.
Limited tickets available.
On sale locally & online from Wednesday 26th Feb.
Check back here for ticket info.
Announcing a gig in support of loud n proud in Hamishes Hoose.
High Street Paisley on 1st June.
The Underground Jam – helping us raise funds.
Its free entry so come along and have agreat wee night.
Friday 5th October – Paisley Town Hall – 7.30pm Doors open 6.30pm Tickets £12.50 and £9.50
Loud n Proud celebrates 10 years of making music for young people in Renfrewshire.
Over the years Loud n Proud have won awards for their work in the community from Renfrewshire Council, Strathclyde Police and Paisley Partnership.
They have also won Best Rock Band at Live and Unsigned, Britain’s biggest band competition, Britain’s Young Drummer of the Year, Overall Winners at Renfrewshire’s Got Talent (twice) and been in the finals of many talent shows.
To celebrate this success the organisation are putting on an amazing line up of talent from 5 to 65 years old.
On the bill is 6 bands, two Glee Clubs, a Rock Choir and the well-known Rock Orchestra that started the whole thing off years ago.
The whole evening finishes off with a 16 piece Rock Band, 25 singers in the Rock Choir and 15 from the Glee Club performing Knights of Cydonia by Muse.
In total there will be a cast of over 100 taking part.
The production is ambitious, exciting and the standard is what you would expect from one of the best music organisations of its kind in the UK.
Tickets from firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0141 840 1090 or in person to 25 School Wynd Paisley PA1 2DA