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May 6, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm£8
With Parallel Lights, Jamie McAulay Band, Gazing and Ross Mitchell.
Aidan Smith is a young songwriter who is beginning to make a name for himself in the music world. He sings and plays Piano, Guitar and Bass Guitar. He writes his own songs and plays these both as a solo artist and with his backing band. As well as writing and performing, Aidan is studying music performance at The Academy of Music and Sound in Glasgow. He is already playing in clubs and pubs and other venues in the west and east of Scotland and further afield in such places as Skye and Rothesay. His versatility in playing a variety of different covers as well as his own compositions means that he is in constant demand.
Aidan doesn’t like the idea of being pigeon-holed as far as his music goes and believes that his songs and songwriting cover a variety of genres including folk, piano pop, ballads and even comedy. He has even dipped his toes into the realms of social comment while still being able to tailor his set to suit individual venues.
Aidan already has several releases to his name which are available to listen to and purchase at www.aidansmithmusic.bandcamp.com.
Parallel Lights from West Lothian consisting of Jamie Morrow (Guitar & Vocals), Paul Newling (Bass guitar & Vocals), Shane Steven (Drums) and David Mclaughlin (Guitar) are a four piece melodic punk rock band from Livingston. The band started mid 2015, With influences from Blink182, Angels & Airwaves, Green Day, Good Charlotte, Sum 41 and many more.
In November 2015 the band recorded a few demos they had been working on and moved on to play their first gig in March 2016. Over the summer the band has been really busy playing shows, from the o2Abc2 (Glasgow), Electric Circus (Edinburgh) to the Flat Tops Bar (Newcastle). The band have recently came out of The studio (La Chunky Glasgow) with there first Single “He Said She Said” which is available on YouTube, SoundCloud and soon to be I Tunes / Spotify!
Elvis meets the 1975, the young talented musician Jamie McAulay from Paisley sets to captivate audiences whenever and wherever he plays, with influences from the Rolling Stones all the way to Catfish and the Bottlemen , he is one of the brightest up and coming musicians in the west of Scotland.
4 piece Alternative Pop Gazing band return to rock the ABC2, check out our single ‘Sometimes’ on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, Google Play or Apple Music: https://itun.es/gb/tUjGhb
Scottish songwriter Ross Mitchell is making a name for himself, with his self penned tracks, as well as some well chosen covers. Over the last few years, he has released three EP’s, 2014’s ‘Square One,’ 2015’s ‘Fountain Bridge’ and most recently, last years ‘Detox, each of which have shown an artist who is moulding his own sound. Alongside this, Ross has played at venues such as King Tut’s and the O2 ABC, showing his stripped-back acoustic style..