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I have just seen:

Hue and Cry at the O2 Academy and

Ashton Lane at the The Glad Café

Got the Theatre on Tuesday to see Lord of the Flies... then back to music gigs with:

Tom Baxter at The Glad Cafe

Ricky Ross at Cottiers

Brantley Gilbert at Òran Mór

Zervas and Pepper at The Electric Circus in Edinburgh

Dean Owens in Edinburgh

Blue Rose Code in Drygate, Glasgow.

The Waterboys at the GRCH

Some top talent lined up to give me my musical fix before Christmas!!!

Anyone else got any good gigs lined up?

(edited to add The Waterboys forgotten gig)!

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Been to a few gigs recently. Will Hoge, Wolf Alice, then Lifehouse, all at the O2 ABC, and all brilliant. The only tickets I have now are for U2 at the Hydro. Looking forward to that, because I've been a fan of theirs even before their debut album came out, and first saw them in Strathclyde University Student Union with a ticket price of £2.75....

Cue forumster comment.... 'U2? £2.75? You were done'.

Heh, heh. Bono's a knob, but I still love them.

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Just checked my book of concert ticket stubs (have every single one since Slade in 1974!)... The first time I saw U2, the tickets weren't £2.75, they were £1.75...

Cue forumster comment 'You were still done'...

Heh, heh. Bono's still a knob mind you.

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James Grant in Paisley this week, then 3 consecutive Gary Numan gigs in London(different album each night), 2 Ian Prowse/Amsterdam gigs in Glasgow and Liverpool, Texas at The Hydro(blame the wife). Might nip to Sisters Of Mercy on Monday night.

Nice selection there.

Love Grant either solo or with band... class act.

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Also saw a new Scottish film called Big Gold Dream at The Glad Cafe last night. All about the Glasgow and Edinburgh music scenes from 78/86. Centred around Postcard and Fast Product record labels. The Fire Engines, Orange Juice, Josef K, The Scars, Win, Aztec Camera, Associates etc. Very, very good. Some trailers are on youtube.

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Bill Wells and Aidan Moffat in Stirling next Saturday. Managed to get a couple of tickets for a tenner all in. Very excited about this one, they are a class act.

Saw them at Oran Mor earlier this year, they were brilliant, gutted to be missing them in Paisley tonight.

My gigs for the rest of the year at the mo are:

Faithless at the hydro

Wedding Present in Newcastle, possibly Glasgow too

Twilight Sad at Barrowlands

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Saw them at Oran Mor earlier this year, they were brilliant, gutted to be missing them in Paisley tonight.

My gigs for the rest of the year at the mo are:

Faithless at the hydro

Wedding Present in Newcastle, possibly Glasgow too

Twilight Sad at Barrowlands

Twilight Sad should be good.

Vic Galloway has been playing a lot of them.

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Twilight Sad should be good.

Vic Galloway has been playing a lot of them.

Really looking forward to it, although I'm not sure the wife is, but it is our wedding anniversary the next day. So she is either coming or watching me nurse a hangover the next day.

Was surprised to see that it is already sold out tbh.

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