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King Tuts

272 Saint Vincent St., Glasgow, City of Glasgow, G2 5RL
0141 221 5279

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King Tuts
272 Saint Vincent St.
Glasgow, City of Glasgow G2 5RL
0141 221 5279
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Eliza and the Bear
Eliza and the Bear
London-based quintet Eliza and the Bear formed in 2011 when songwriters James Kellegher (lead vocals, guitar) and Callie Noakes (vocals, guitar) began writing music together after the collapse of their respective bands....
The brash, northern swagger of English outfit Eagulls was encapsulated in their lo-fi, punk-inspired indie rock music. Based in Leeds, the five-piece was initially formed in 2010 by guitarist Mark Goldsworthy and drummer Henry Ruddel....
Against Me
Against Me
Before becoming a full-fledged punk band, Against Me! was an acoustic solo project spearheaded by Tom Gabel, who began playing shows as a 17-year-old in Gainesville, Florida. Starting in 1997, Gabel performed as a solo act wherever anyone would have him, drawing much influence from early acoustic protest music....
Rivers In The Wasteland, NEEDTOBREATHE's latest album, opens a new chapter in the South Carolina-based rock band's story. But the band, comprised of brothers Bear and Bo Rinehart and Seth Bolt, couldn't have arrived here without the tumultuous narrative that came before, each aspect of their career building up to this point....
The Twilight Sad
The Twilight Sad
With the gloomy swirl of the Interpol, et al '00s-post-punk-indie-rock wave, and distinguished by James Graham's heavy Scottish accent, an accordion, and oodles of noise, the Twilight Sad rose from Glasgow, Scotland, in late 2003....
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09/23 7:00 pm Lydia
09/24 8:30 pm Vance Joy
8:30 pm Darlia
09/25 7:00 pm Jaws
09/27 7:00 pm Watsky
10/02 7:00 pm Marmozets
10/05 7:00 pm OFF
10/08 7:00 pm Eliza And The Bear
10/09 8:30 pm Tom Vek
10/14 7:00 pm Patent Pending
10/17 7:00 pm Nicole Atkins
10/20 7:00 pm Jon Allen
10/21 8:30 pm Eagulls
10/23 7:00 pm The Coronas
10/25 7:00 pm Black Rivers
10/26 7:00 pm The Struts
10/29 7:00 pm Framing Hanley
10/30 8:00 pm Indiana
10/31 7:00 pm Rhodes
11/01 8:30 pm NME New Breed Tour featuring Superfood and Honeyblood