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#WeAreOne - #LiveWednesdays with little eye, The Mona Lisa's and Memory Man

Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow 179 Buchanan Street , Glasgow City, UK


Celebrate our first birthday with us - Hard Rock Style! Join us for a special edition #LiveWednesdays in honour of the first anniversary of the day we opened our doors in Glasgow! As always - FREE ENTRY!

To be in with the chance of winning some fantastic prizes, write us a 1st birthday card, complete with your contact details and hand it in on the night!

Fraser Thomson from XFM will be warming things up with a DJ set from 7.30pm followed by performances from:

Memory Man

Formed in Glasgow in 2013 by guitarist Paul Mellon (Ex Red Light Company/F.O. Machete) and vocalist Stephen Connelly the duo quickly set about writing powerful, edgy pop songs wearing their influences proudly on their sleeves. Sometimes heavy and fast, sometimes slow and thoughtful, but always focused on exciting imaginations with the mix of influences which harked back to a time before the modern preoccupation with forgettable electro and throwaway television talent show winners.

Completing the line up were bassist Mark McClelland (Ex Snow Patrol) and drummer Liam McAteer (Ex Grim Northern Social). With thunderous basslines and beats the songs, which had sounded so simple when written in Paul's living room, now sounded complete.... compelling, energetic and focussed.

The Mona Lisa's

Born in July 2013, The Mona Lisa's have gone from strength to strength with their infectious Indie rock. While adapting a range of influences such as The Strokes, The Hives and Kings of Leon amongst others, they bring something that little bit different to the live music scene.

Their energetic, raw shows have got them support slots with big names such as Dexters, Drenge, Circa Waves, Vigo Thieves, Bleech and Chris Helme (Seahorses). The Indie rockers have caused a stir in the music scene with their ability to whip the crowd into an anarchic trance. The boys are away in November to record a new E.P. Due for release early 2015, the band are hotly tipped("Gigslutz") for big things .

little eye

Little Eye were formed in 2008 by Glasgow born front man Allan Sieczkowski. They were the 2009 winners of the "Clyde 1 In Demand Band Of The Year Award". Since then, they have released their first album 'Fighting The Future' on 8th June 2014'. The band have filmed various session music videos, from stunning urban New York to the beauty of Loch Lomond. The band also cover songs such as Paramore's 'Monster', receiving over 260,000 hits on YouTube. The band released their single 'Fighting the Future' on April 17 2014. It is receiving positive reviews on the iTunes alternative charts.

As a result of their continuous hard work the Band were invited by John Giddings to open the main stage of the 2014 Isle Of Wight Festival along side the likes of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Waterboys, The Specials, Nina Nesbitt, John Newman and The 1975.

*strictly over 18's.

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