A BLUES rock musician is heading to Glasgow's West End later this month for a very special gig. 

Sari Schorr, popular for tunes like King of Rock and Roll and Ain't Got No Money, will be playing a show at Oran Mor on April 18. 

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As part of the gig, Sari said she will premiere two new tracks from her upcoming album, which will be released this autumn. 

The Glasgow crowd will be the first in the world to hear the brand-new tunes. 

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Speaking on the new songs, Sari said: “My new track Hometown Girl embodies the timeless essence of blues rock, a song born in 2018 that has evolved through numerous revisions, before finally finding its stride and earning its spot in the setlist.

"And Highway 69 weaves some playful lyrics and suggestive undertones into pure rock ‘n’ roll that'll have you tapping your feet and blushing at the same time."

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She continued: “I am so excited to be visiting Glasgow on April 18 and I’m thrilled Matt Pearce and his band will join us for a run of magical shows. Together we’ll deliver an unforgettable night of live music. Everyone’s welcome – please join us.

"I live life from my suitcase, living to travel the world to meet people from the great spectrum of cultures and countries.

"Despite the division and tensions we see covered daily in the news, I’ve found that travelling reminds us of how much we all have in common - we are one human race that share the same hopes and fears.

"Internationally, live music is the ever-enduring glue that unites us all together. It is live music fans that are keeping venues open and new music alive, so it has to be the supporters of local venues that hear my new music first."

Tickets for the upcoming show can be found HERE