All we really need is a Superhero.......

Here's the playlist from the Scottish Youth Cup Final at Hampden Park on Wednesday 27 April.  Celtic won the game 2-1 after extra-time.  Nearly 10,000 attended the game, almost as many as the Scottish Cup Semi-final between Motherwell and St Johnstone.

Biffy Clyro – Many of Horror      
Fenech Soler – Stop and Stare
Aerials Up – Stay Awake
The Mars Patrol – Shake It Up
Mogwai – San Pedro
Beady Eye - Millionaire
Elbow – Open Arms (Radio Edit)
The Charlatans – One To Another
Jon Fratelli – Santo Domingo
Twin Atlantic – Free
Foo Fighters – Rope
The Elements – Superhero
Katy Perry – Firework
Example – Last Ones Standing
Martin Solveig & Dragonette - Hello (Single Edit)
Adele – Rolling In The Deep     
Aloe Bloc – I Need A Dollar
David Guetta – When Love Takes Over
Tiao Cruz – Higher                                             
Republica – Ready to Go (2010)
Dario G – Carnival De Paris
Guns N Roses – Sweet Child O’ Mine
Eric Prydz – Pjanoo 
Frankie & The Heartstrings - Hunger   
Biffy Clyro – The Captain                      
Planet Funk – Chase The Sun  
Kings Of Leon – Use Somebody
The Chemical Brothers – Galvanise    
Journey - Don't Stop Believing

Doing my best to support as many new Scottish acts as possible as soon as the turnstiles open.  New tunes from Twin Atlantic, The Mars Patrol and The Elements well worth checking out.  Also played an older tune from Aerials Up who have a new EP, Superglue out now. 

Loving Twin Atlantic's Free.

Good to hear Kevin the Stadium Announcer at St Johnstone playing The Elements track Superhero after the Saints 3-0 home defeat to Inverness.  I'm sure Kevin would prefer the circumstances to be different, however the Perth side had gone 7 games without scoring a goal!  The Superhero eventually arrived courtesy of a Liam Craig header at Easter Road on Saturday.

On Sunday my run of not announcing a Scottish Rugby victory continued in Selkirk.  The Under 17 team went down 25 -5 to a huge French XV.  Seriously, the size of the French team was astonishing.  Glad I wasn't playing!  Good crowd at Philliphaugh, on what it has to be said was a glorious day in The Scottish Borders! 

Finally, I'm delighted to announce that Woosh Entertainments will be running regular gigs at The One Below in Edinburgh. It's a small intimate venue with a capacity of 70 in the heart of Edinburgh's West End.  We are currently looking for acts to do acoustic/unplugged type sets. Contact me for all booking enquiries - keith@woosh.tv

Confirmed so far:
Friday 20 May - The Elements & Paul Gilbody
Friday 24 June – Aerials Up
Friday 15 July – Tucker & The Scattered Family
Friday 29 July – K-Lab
Friday 12 August – Six Storeys High
Friday 26 August – The Deadly Winters & The Hussy’s
Doors open 8pm, first act on stage at 9pm. £5 - Pay on the door, cash only. Over 18's only. Management.

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