True Order get their instruments around the hits of New Order. It's clever, cos it rhymes.
The choir sings works by Mozart, Vivaldi, Lauridsen, Dubra, Todd and MacMillan.
Fundamental Conduit is hosting our first ever live event at Callum's Cavern in Paisley on Saturday 26th May as part of the Renfrewshire Mental Health ...
A blend of swing jazz and western swing from this violin-guitars-and-double-bass combo.
Jazz group playing well-known standards and pop songs, as well as tunes by the likes of Cannonball Adderley, Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Horace Silver and ...
Fresh off the back of two sell-out London shows in the past 6 months, Michael Kilbey heads to Scotland for the first time to play a ...
Paisley-born guitarist, Ross Wilson, joins Lewis Dunsmore in a special performance of guitar music from the Renaissance to the present day.
A series of five recitals.
New wave and pop punk outfit who had a huge hit in 1980 with 'Turning Japanese'.
Disco legends, Sister Sledge, are set to collaborate with Manchester Camerata orchestra to rework some of the most iconic dancefloor tracks.
I love Paisley right now. There are all these new bars and restaurants popping up and there is such a buzz around the place. Every time something new opens, everyone I know is eager to go and try it out. It has really changed how people feel about the town and made people want to have a night out in Paisley – something that was unheard of a few years ago.
Paisley has a good reputation with the bands – they want to play to a crowd that appreciates them and they get that here.
Paisley has seen many people come and show talent and express themselves in ways that have become renowned worldwide. It’s something the younger generation like me take a pride in – sharing streets with someone in the latest blockbuster or wearing a pattern which bears the same name as our town.