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New open mic nights to support Glasgow local talent

LIQR will be the venue for a new entertainment night in Glasgow.

Two Govan radio presenters have organised a series of open mic nights in Glasgow.

Strike A Chord is a new open mic night set up by presenters of Sunny G Radio, a community radio station in Govan.

Cameron and Juvan have their 45 Show on Saturdays, talking about the music scene and local talent in the city.

The two partnered up for this project to highlight the music talent in Scotland and support emerging bands. Juvan said:

“We came up with the idea after discovering so much great musical talent.

“We really wanted to host our own open mic night and have the freedom to pick our own line-up.”

A new series of open mic nights is coming to Merchant City.

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The night will see 8 acts performing on stage, with tickets on sale on Eventbrite for £10. Every Strike A Chord open mic night there after will be free, however the VIP area could be ticketed.

The venue chosen for the open mic is LIQR, a stylish bar in Glasgow’s Merchant City. The first night will take place on Friday 7th December.

The 45 Show presenters invite you to “be blown away by the amazing voices from the acts that we have lined up.”

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Sara is an award-winning student journalist at Glasgow Clyde College. During her career in media she hopes to explore the fields of investigative reporting, production and magazine journalism. Pizza connoisseur.

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