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59 minutes ago, beyond our ken said:

I don't know if I hit the wrong button, but when i clicked on a link to the Eagles (or what's left of them) at the SSE the cheapest tickets were around £370 pounds

I had a look at buying tickets for Christmas for my in-laws in the pre-sale- prices started at £239, then approx £370, £470 and £650 for front row.

Needless to say they are getting a selection box and a Broons annual instead.

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23 minutes ago, southside saint said:

I had a look at buying tickets for Christmas for my in-laws in the pre-sale- prices started at £239, then approx £370, £470 and £650 for front row.

Needless to say they are getting a selection box and a Broons annual instead.

At least the Broons have more than one original member left.

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On 10/3/2018 at 8:20 PM, southside saint said:

The 4 Of Us playing at Clutha Vaults for free on 13 Oct. Given I paid 15 quid to see them at a busy Oran Mor this year, that's a coup for The Clutha.

 

 

What time are they playing at mate?

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1 hour ago, Eric Arthur Blair said:
On 10/12/2018 at 3:28 PM, Isle Of Bute Saint said:
Stevie Rogers and his band Rothesay tomorrow in Rothesay sold out. Son of Paul Rogers Bad Company very talented and has a voice to match his father. 

Was it free?

All gigs are £10.00 Rogers has been the highest fee so far to put on. Nick Harper next up November.  Transclyde Music is a none. profit organisation run by music enthusiasts to bring gigs to the island. 

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On 10/20/2018 at 12:20 PM, Eric Arthur Blair said:
On 10/20/2018 at 10:11 AM, Isle Of Bute Saint said:
All gigs are £10.00 Rogers has been the highest fee so far to put on. Nick Harper next up November.  Transclyde Music is a none. profit organisation run by music enthusiasts to bring gigs to the island. 

Whoosh!

Sometimes it's just bad company is that free ?  Just wanted to put Transclyde out there . 

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32 minutes ago, oaksoft said:

I'm just going to come right out and say that I believe it is still whooooosh!

Did I say it was not a wooosh

It was Steve Rogers who was playing not Paul Rogers of Free and Bad company so maybe you have been woooshed.

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1 hour ago, Isle Of Bute Saint said:

Did I say it was not a wooosh

It was Steve Rogers who was playing not Paul Rogers of Free and Bad company so maybe you have been woooshed.

You truly are the gift that keeps giving. Please never stop posting on this forum.  :lol:

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On 10/20/2018 at 8:03 AM, Isle Of Bute Saint said:

Monday night at the hydro me and the daughter can't wait 

 

My daughter said it's the best gig she has ever been to, special it was. A few drinks then on to Indian Quay  great meal. After that on to Radisson Red hotel for a couple drinks in the roof top bar before the concert.  What a night happy memories with my princess.  

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I've been a Steely Dan fan for years and years and I see they are re-appearing in Glasgow in February. It won't be the same without Walter Becker - he added the edge to their lyrics. He has a great track called "Book of Liars" off one of his solo albums - I've met one or two burds in my life that song applies to! <_<

Ticket prices £57 to £108..................... so if you and the missus goes, you take a taxi or public transport and want to have a meal / few bevvies, you have 'invested' probably near enough £300. 

 

That's some night out in my thought processes, and one large hole in my wallet!

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3 hours ago, The Original 59er said:

I've been a Steely Dan fan for years and years and I see they are re-appearing in Glasgow in February.

Ticket prices £57 to £108..................... so if you and the missus goes, you take a taxi or public transport and want to have a meal / few bevvies, you have 'invested' probably near enough £300. 

 

That's some night out in my thought processes, and one large hole in my wallet!

Sell a couple of your gold teeth...……….:whistle

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