24/04/2020: This weekend’s live music streaming highlights.

24/04/20: This Weekend’s Live Music Streaming Highlights

Live Music Scotland: Saturday 25th April @ 6.30pm

Live Music Scotland is putting on some cracking Scottish bands and recent Hug and Pint favourites including: Russell Stewart, Swim School, Freakwave, Otis Jordan, and Eleanor Kane Music.

The stream is free but you can donate. Donations will be split between the artists, with a portion going towards supporting live programming at The Hug and Pint.

Just head to the @livemusicsco Facebook page and you’ll be there.

 


 

Mt. Doubt: Friday 24th April @ 8pm

Edinburgh’s Mt. Doubt will be playing songs from their excellent cassette ‘This Must Mean Something Awful’ which was released on Scottish Fiction in 2018.  This will be streamed via the band’s Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/MtDoubt/

 


 

Quickfire Online Gigs (Raising money for Tiny Changes): Friday 24th April from 7pm till 10pm

You’re pretty much set for the whole evening with this series of 15 minute sets from Withered Hand, Raveloe, Emme Woods, Chrissy Barnacle, Quitter, Molly Linen, Calum Gilligan, Moonsoup and Jason Riddell.

Money raised will be donated to the Tiny Changes charity. 

Visit the Event Facebook Page

 


 

Sma’sh Hits Takeover: Saturday 25th April @ 8pm

Spend Saturday evening with The Vegan Leather, Drift, V.C.O. and The Gateway Clash as Ren TV celebrate Paisley’s local music talent.

https://www.renfrewshireleisure.com/rentv/

 


 

Be Charlotte: Friday 24th April @ 6pm

Be Charlotte will be performing acoustic versions of her songs on her YouTube channel as part of the PRS for Music LCKDWN along with over 50 other artists over 24 hours.

Hosted in aid of the PRS Emergency Relief Fund.

https://www.youtube.com/user/musicbycharlotteb/community

 

 

  




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