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So far Walking Heads has created 29 blog entries.

Subterranean city sounds

Let’s go underground. Our latest YouTube Playlist features a formidable choice of sounds from Glasgow’s club scene. So many different artists on Route 3 of Glasgow Music Tour it is hard to know where to start. How about the first destination on the route: The Arches with Slam, DJ Shadow, Daft Punk… […]

Glasgow Music Tour goes live with Paradise & Moriarty Explorers Club

This is a first, for us anyway. Walking Heads have teamed up with the very inventive Paradise & Moriarty Explorers Club to take a zig-zag trail through Glasgow’s live music history. […]

Walking to a soundtrack of locally-inspired music

Feeling very happy. It’s great to see our Glasgow Music Tours listed along with The Arches, Barrowland and SWG3 as top tips for visitors exploring the city.  […]

Teenage kicks at Glasgow Apollo

We last heard from Kenny Forbes, the mature student at the University of Glasgow undertaking a thesis on the famous Glasgow Apollo, some months ago. In this follow-up Q&A Kenny gives himself a hard time, asking himself: what’s the story, why is it taking so long?   […]

Beyond the Fringe: Special Edition Edinburgh Comedy Tour

Phew! The streets of Edinburgh are emptying fast but the party (do we mean hangover?) is not quite over. There’s another week of the official Festival to go so to celebrate the fact that we’ve all survived yet another bigger-and-better Fringe we’d like to invite you all to join us on our Special Edition Edinburgh Comedy Tour. […]

Pure Rock n Roll

” It was a venue that functioned straight at the heart of the Glasgow audience. Sometimes they were so boisterous that the balconies bounced around in such a way that they threatened to come down. There was an incredible dynamic between audience and performers.” […]

Scratch the surface of the city

Every street has stories to tell and we didn’t have to go far down Manderston Street to find one. […]

May the best band win? Competition and camaraderie in the SAY Award

Music blogger Nina Glencross continues her conversation with SAY Award nominees. All pals together, who are they wanting to win? And just what does the award mean to them? […]

SAY what? It’s the Scottish Album of the Year Award 2013!

Ahead of tomorrow's Scottish Album of the Year Award ceremony, music blogger Nina Glencross chatted to Admiral Fallow, RMHubbert and Lau about how they feel to be nominated and the importance of the event in Scotland’s thriving music industry.

The View blaze a trail through Glasgow to T in the Park

At the start of the 10 week countdown to Scotland’s biggest rock festival, music blogger Nina Glencross tracks the  bands who are out there, getting the T in the Park show on the road. […]

Lets all go Doune the Rabbit Hole

Summer seems a long way off but as snow falls Gemma Brown thinks warming thoughts of a creative event which has a very simple aim: “Making Scotland Happier”.  Let’s all go Doune the Rabbit Hole. […]

Reggae Burns Night – Happy Birthday Bob Marley

They lived, loved, and died young.  Half a world and almost 200 years apart, the two national bards Robert Burns and Bob Marley now inspire  joint (no pun intended) annual celebrations of their birthdays. Gemma Brown reports on one of the best – and where else but in Glasgow’s Jamaica Street.  Och Aye n Aye! […]