Nov 13 2008 By Peter Carroll
LIVERPOOL pop group The Zutons play the city this month and The Glaswegian has two pairs of tickets to give away in our latest competition.
Courtesy of our friends at gigsinscotland.com, two readers will get to see the band perform at the Glasgow Carling Academy on Monday, November 24.
Details on how to enter follow at the end of this feature.
The five-piece Liverpool indie rockers return to Glasgow for the first time in 2008 after notching up a mammoth amount of live gigs throughout the UK.
The band - David McCabe, Russell Pritchard, Sean Payne, Paul Molloy and Abi Harding - will perform tracks from their 2008 album 'You Can Do Anything' as well as other hits.
Formed in 2001 The Zutons took their name from Magic Band guitarist Bill Harkerlaod, known as Zoot Horn (or Zuton).
They released their debut album 'Who Killed...The Zutons?' in 2004 and as well as reaching number nine in the UK charts, it was a critical and commercial success.
A second album 'Tired of Hanging Around' was released in 2006.
The band are probably best known for their hit songs 'Why Won't You Give Me Your Love' and 'Valerie', sung by thousands of X-Factor wannabes during this year's auditions.
Buzzing with energy and fantastic anthems like their latest 'Always Right Behind You', The Zutons' Carling night is not to be missed.
To be in with a chance of winning a pair of these gold-dust tickets answer this question: Which Zuton song did Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse cover in 2007?
Anyone unlucky not to win the competition can buy tickets, priced £20, at: www.gigsinscotland.com, or by calling Ticketmaster on: 08444 999 999.
Answers on a postcard to The Zutons Competition, Glaswegian, One Central Quay, Glaswegian, G3 8DA.
Please include a daytime contact number with your entry. Usual rules apply, editor's decision is final.
Competition closes on Friday, November 21.