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The Travel Guys Check Out Glasgow’s Music Scene

We were delighted to show visitors from Canada, Jim Gordon and Darren Parkman aka The Travel Guys, around some of Glasgow’s best-loved music venues and landmarks on their recent visit to the city (we’re featured around 16 mins in) and they seemed to have a great time.  For more episodes outside Canada check out more…

The supremely funky Barry Adamson

Barry Adamson is one of the supreme cats of the punk rock world – and we mean punk in its widest, most adventurous sense. Back in late 70s Manchester, he auditioned for the band who would be Magazine using a two-string bass and got the gig. Next up, a mid-80s stint in that magnificent band…

Indie50 exhibition

Earlier this year online ticketing brand WeGotTickets announced the launch of INDIE50, a new campaign celebrating the unsung heroes furthering live music at a grassroots level in the UK. The list of 50 selected individuals promised to salute the people who, away from the limelight, work tirelessly to cultivate the UK’s indie landscape, advancing regional scenes…

We’re 1!

It’s a year since we embarked on our first walking tours, and we’d like to thank everyone who has helped make them possible including; The Britannia Panopticon, CCA, The Clutha & Victoria Bar, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, King Tut’s, Mono, Nice’N’Sleazy, The Scotia Bar and The Scottish Music Centre. Thanks to everyone who has guest-blogged for us, the musicians who agreed to be filmed for…

GMCT’s guide Fiona features in #ScotSpirit

fiona spirit

Glasgow Music City Tours founder and guide Fiona Shepherd is the subject of one of the twelve beautifully-shot, documentary-style online films which capture the spirit of Scotland through the eyes of those who live and work here. Images of Glasgow will be beamed worldwide as part of the new VisitScotland cinematic TV advert set to be shown…