Nothing Ever Happens Here is happy to present a full day of world-class music to celebrate the opening of National Museums Scotland’s flagship exhibition “Rip it Up” a celebration of Scottish Rock and Pop from the 1950’s to present day.
Hosted by VIC GALLOWAY, the day will feature:
12:30 – LOMOND CAMPBELL
14:00 – WITHERED HAND
15:30 – MODERN STUDIES
17:00 – BE CHARLOTTE
18:30 – BROKEN RECORDS
20:00 – EMMA POLLOCK
21:30 – STANLEY ODD
This will be an all-day event to remember and a true celebration of Scottish music.
To celebrate the launch of National Museum of Scotland’s new exhibition, ‘Rip It Up’ – an exploration through the history of Scottish pop music – Nothing Ever Happens Here presents a night of Scottish music featuring Idlewild, PAWS & Man of Moon.
Two of Fife’s most influential bands come together this June – The Skids formed in 1977 in their home town of Dunfermline, Scotland by Richard Jobson, Stuart Adamson, Bill Simpson & Tom Kellichan. The late Stuart Adamson then went on to form Big Country in 1981 with Bruce Watson. Part of Southern Exposure.
The Rezillos ripped into the rock scene through a shared love of Sixties Garage Rock, the Spectoresque Girl Group voice of The Shangri Las injected with their inimitable molten attitude and created their unique left-field brand of punk rock and roll. Part of Southern Exposure.