Tag Archives: Beerjacket

Scottish Fiction presents Beerjacket, Bella and the Bear at The Hug and Pint, 13/12/16

It’s a well-humoured night with a great line up organised by Scottish Fiction at The Hug and Pint as Bella and the Bear take to the stage for their last gig of 2016 following a second successful EP release earlier this April. Comprised of Lauren Gilmour on keyboard and Stuart Ramage on guitar with both combining … Continue Reading ››

Album of 2014

Andrew Person & Lovers Turn To Monsters – Everything We Miss17 Andrew Pearson & Lovers Turn To Monsters – Everything We Miss [Common] A combination of two endearing singer-songwriters, brought together under the umbrella of Common Records in the dismal Glaswegian rain, resulting in an equally … Continue Reading ››

Live review: Summer Nights 2012 featuring Beerjacket, Quickbeam, Mike Nisbet plus secret guest Make Sparks at Tut’s, 17/7/12

Tonight provides a well needed change in genre for Summer Nights. Kicking things off is the rather dapper Oban-born singer/songwriter Mike Nisbet who is joined on stage by Rosie Bans (who is a dead-ringer for model Lilly Cole), for a simply beautiful … Continue Reading ››

T-Break preview: what the bands have to say

So, T-Break was announced a week or so ago and I thought I'd speak to as many of the acts as possible to find out how they felt about being picked and the opportunity to play at Scotland's biggest festival. Whether you travel to … Continue Reading ››

Live review: Rachel Sermanni, Beerjacket, Randolph’s Leap at Oran Mor, 11/05/12

You'd be forgiven for thinking that on a Friday night in Glasgow you could be dealing with a tough crowd. Potentially rowdy, almost certainly intoxicated, Friday night gigs can be a frustrating show for an act best heard in needle-dropping silence. Something about Rachel Sermanni's fans … Continue Reading ››

Live review: Beerjacket, Coat Hooks, Michael Cassidy, Julia and the Doogans, Burning Café at Tut’s, 18/1/12

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXRVf7Nryi4&w=376&h=221] Arriving just in time to see the last few songs from Burning Café, they sound really impressive and even more so when they announce this is their first gig in Glasgow, their acoustic, folky songs set the scene well for what is to come. Upstairs Julia and the Doogans quickly win the crowd over by … Continue Reading ››