Over the years, the Brazen Head has proved to be one of the most popular venues on the Glasgow music scene, bringing many new and established live acts from around the world to play for the people of the city.
Naturally, the emphasis is on the very best of Irish entertainment and major acts from the emerald isle, including More Power to Your Elbow, Donegal all-girl band Summerfly and the Irish Brigade have graced the Brazen?s stage, helping establish the venue as a must visit for music fans.
Closer to home, Scottish folk bands like Spirit of ?67 have debuted at the Brazen, graduating to play on the big stage at Celtic Park, along with many other well known acts such as Glasnevin, The Amadins, Danny Kelly, The Claymores, The Wakes, Shebeen and the legendary Blarney Pilgrims!
Come in and watch all the live games on giant screens in a friendly atmosphere. Sample the live music of some of Glasgow's best known, Irish entertainment, names. Have a look round the website and we hope you enjoy the site and look again.
The James Stokes CSC runs a bus to and from every home match, for a nominal fee.
Glasgow band Eire Og?s ?Live at the Brazen? album, released a decade ago, has entered traditional music folklore as one of the greatest recordings of all time, while lead singer Gary Og continues his association with the bar with regular performances to this day!
Other bands and beat combos, like Charlie and the Bhoys, Tim Buk Five, The Exiles and The Amadans, remain friends of the pub and have been integral to the production of that unique Brazen Head atmosphere that has to be sampled to be believed.