You Jump, I Jump

On Friday night we went for what was Roz’s first gig at King Tuts. King Tuts Wah Wah Hut to give it it’s full title, is a renowned music venue in Glasgow. It is a tiny basement club but has hosted some of the biggest names in music. I’ve never had a bad night in there or seen a band that aren’t pretty decent. We missed the first act, too busy stuffing our faces with burgers and downing shots.

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We made it in time for All She Knows, the second warm up act. I was pleasantly surprised with these guys. They hail from Glasgow and play a wide selection of instruments. They have a keytar player, very 80’s, but the guy was good. Their songs were a mix of synth beats and rock guitars, with catchy pop choruses.

The Detours, Friday evenings head-liners are a full on rock band. These guys go all out in their performance and you can’t help but get involved. They mix energetic guitars with anthemic choruses, and even get a little sing along going to ‘Free’. This track was my favourite, really catches you with the heavy drums and guitar then builds into a great pop/rock track.

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4 thoughts on “You Jump, I Jump

  1. Tiny basement clubs are the best for live music – our (now sadly gone) one felt like you wre watching from your living room & when it got packed, it rained sweat from the ceiling! Haha! Still though, I’d never had a bad night there! I love The Detours & those stairs are awesome! 😀

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