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On ‎3‎/‎6‎/‎2018 at 12:44 AM, BuddieinEK said:

Hannah Aldridge for the second night running.
Glasgow last night, Stirling tonight.

Check her out... From Muscle Shoals Alabama she is one cool and sassy rock chick.

Did I just hear "Four whiskies into a pack of Lucky Strikes, I'll take my heartbreak with a little bit of ice"? Brilliant, sarcy lyric! Don't know if HA wrote the lyric (she co-wrote 'Burning Down Birmingham'), but she sings it wonderfully. Thanks, BuddieinEK, you may have given me my next best new favourite singer/songwriter. :D 

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Did I just hear "Four whiskies into a pack of Lucky Strikes, I'll take my heartbreak with a little bit of ice"? Brilliant, sarcy lyric! Don't know if HA wrote the lyric (she co-wrote 'Burning Down Birmingham'), but she sings it wonderfully. Thanks, BuddieinEK, you may have given me my next best new favourite singer/songwriter.  
I recorded this at her Glasgow gig...

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Did I just hear "Four whiskies into a pack of Lucky Strikes, I'll take my heartbreak with a little bit of ice"? Brilliant, sarcy lyric! Don't know if HA wrote the lyric (she co-wrote 'Burning Down Birmingham'), but she sings it wonderfully. Thanks, BuddieinEK, you may have given me my next best new favourite singer/songwriter.  
And this one, which is my personal favourite, at the gig in Stirling the following night...

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The Pat McManus Band are in Glasgow on April 21st - not buying a ticket as I'm unsure about how things will go post match.

It'll probably be easier to get a drink at the gig than in Paisley that evening:guinness

Edited by Bud the Baker

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Was at Belle and Sebastian on triple A on March 12 at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester 

I’ve  been privalaged to see most of their Manchester gigs since 1996 but enjoyed seeing them in this venue with its excellent acoustics ( home to the Halle orchestra)

saw Embrace at Manchester Ritz on Saturday- they were excellent- the smaller venue suited the intimacy of the gig - some good new stuff alongside some epic classics 

Next up Pele / Ian Prowse in Chester on Thursday night - full band playing Sport of  Kings and other Pele /Amsterdam classics

its in Alexander’s Chester a smaller venue so expecting a big sound in an intimate venue 

Edited by Liverpool Bud

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40 minutes ago, Isle Of Bute Saint said:

Kinks tribute band on in the bungalow bar Saturday night hmmmm! Maybe after some partying.  

We missed a James tribute last Sat due to the celebrations.

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32 minutes ago, HSS said:

We missed a James tribute last Sat due to the celebrations.

That would have been great. I know you can't really plan anything. The bankhouse looked to be rocking what I seen on you tube so a port call there after the game will be a must. 

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28 minutes ago, Isle Of Bute Saint said:

That would have been great. I know you can't really plan anything. The bankhouse looked to be rocking what I seen on you tube so a port call there after the game will be a must. 

They was a permanent queue at the Bankhouse last Sat.......1 out,1 in.As you can imagine there weren't many leaving.

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9 minutes ago, HSS said:

They was a permanent queue at the Bankhouse last Sat.......1 out,1 in.As you can imagine there weren't many leaving.

Not had a night out in Paisley in years need to leave the stadium smartly. Where is good for carry out grub. 

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On ‎4‎/‎19‎/‎2018 at 10:35 PM, Isle Of Bute Saint said:

Not had a night out in Paisley in years need to leave the stadium smartly. Where is good for carry out grub. 

Image Good old Love Street chippy.

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Went to the Bungalow to see the Kinks tribute band they were good but volume was low for a live band no punch to the music. Is there volume restrictions in the Bungalow ?  Got in with my Saints top on. Said to the wife we will need to have a wee night in Paisley , she is up for it :D

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