This underground venue on hope street is a must visit for music buffs in the area. With performances three times a week, including jazz and cabaret events, fantastic cocktails and friendly staff, it's marked itself out as one of the best places for live music in Glasgow.
Live Music In Glasgow
Glasgow UNESCO City of Music is simply mad about all things rock, indie, folk and dance, and of course, it has the bars with live music to match. From famous music venues, to pubs with regular sessions, there's barely a bar in town that doesn't indulge in a little entertainment from time to time. Whether you're after a city centre cocktail bar or an Irish pub in the West End, check out our guide to live music in Glasgow.
Not only will you hear the sultry sounds of a live pianist, you'll get to feast on a roast dinner of sirloin of beef, salted pork bellow, garlic, thyme and lemon roasted chicken or vegetarian nut roast every Sunday at Browns Brasserie.
Head down to Bath Street where this music-mad bar and restaurant brings you a regular line up of excellent local acts. From young jazz impresarios to rocking Sunday sessions and big band party sounds, The Butterfly and The Pig are a must visit for music buffs.
With plenty of New York style and swagger, this cosy piano bar is renowned for a live entertainment programme best enjoyed with a drink or two from their bespoke cocktail card. Expect to find a stylish retreat with plenty of talented pianists on hand to serenade you with jazz and blues tunes.
Don't let anyone tell you it's impossible to see some live music without spending a fortune, no sir. Putting on buzzing nights for live music acts throughout the week, Bloc+ waives the entry charge and invites you in for free, where a great night of entertainment, food and drinks lies in wait.
Worship at the altar of Oran Mor, the former church that has been transformed into one of Glasgow's most loved nightlife spots. Stop by the whisky bar, check out the fine dining restaurant and keep an eye out on the music listings for a cracking night out.
Slouch comes down with an epic case of the Wednesday Night Blues every week but don't worry, that's a good thing. Tuesday is all about that late night jazz, Thursday sees resident bands play in Slouch Unplugged and Electric Sunday sees live acoustic acts and rock 'n' roll talent take to the stage.
A legendary venue renowned throughout the country, Oasis were famously signed back in 1993 and a catalogue of greats including Radiohead, Killers and Manic Street Preachers have all taken to the stage. Check out emerging bands doing their thing on the famous King Tut's turf.
13th Note has a slew of awards attached to their name, from vegetarian deliciousness to dog-friendly. Along with food and a welcoming atmosphere, this spot keeps up a regular roster of live music with at least three performances weekly.
Broadcast is a cool Sauchiehall Street hangout; proud owner of a banging roster of live gigs in Glasgow. From killer bands coming to town for one night only to seriously talented local music heroes, if you're looking to catch some cool and quirky live music, Broadcast is the place for it.