Emma Curran is a female singer who was born in 1988. In 2007, Emma Curran went to New York on holiday, primarily to see Snow Patrol in Madison Square Gardens Theatre but also to take a huge piece of cardboard with quite a message on it for the added extra! This read: - 'Flew from Glasgow, now I'm skint you're so worth it'. Gary Lightbody saw this and plucked Emma from a passionate crowd to sing the female vocal on the phenomenal 'Set Fire To The Third Bar' which was sung on record by the exquisite Martha Wainwright.
A Four piece from Glasgow that was recently described as.. "A Mix between 60s beat groups (kinks, beatles) The Smiths and The Buzzcocks." Whipping up a mix of musical whimsy, observant lyrics and thrashing vintage guitars The Down & Outs are well on their way out of the gutter. The Down & Outs are based in Glasgow and were recently signed by social club records.
Big George, aka George Webley is best known for doing the music for the BBC TV series "The Office".
Named after a dysfunctional movie character, Aames is an indie-pop-rock band made up of two Scotsmen, an Englishman and a Welshman, (insert your own punchline…). They’re based in Glasgow and are fond of melody and loud guitars in equal measures. Influences include the Killers, Nick Cave and Two Door Cinema Club. Official Site:
Formed after a night of alcohol fuelled nostalgia this 5 piece band came together to play the kind of songs they listened to back in the day, and hope to inspire the kids of today with such awesome sounds! A bit of a mad bunch, each with their own specific tastes in music. But a unanimous love for the whacky and catchy stylings of Pop-punk brings them together to create tunes that leave people thinking "Great Scott!" Shortlisted for the NiGMA's 'Best Live Act' Award 2012!