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Motherwell band The Lonely Souls support Noel Gallacher prodigies Proud Mary at Maggie May’s in Glasgow on Friday, April 5, and may upstage the main act.

Proud Mary were the first act signed to Gallacher’s Sour Mash label and reached number nine in the UK charts with their debut album The Same Old Blues.

Proud Mary were the first act signed to Gallacher’s Sour Mash label and reached number nine in the UK charts with their debut album The Same Old Blues.

The Lonely Souls, meanwhile have been bowled away with the success of their second album Vital Signs which they released last year.

Singer Paul Clinton said: “Every copy we have printed has gone, we’ll actually need to print some more to take with us to Maggie May’s.

“We’ll be playing tracks from Vital Signs as well as some new stuff, so if people like what they here they we want to give them the opportunity to pick up a copy, but it is also available through CD Baby and Amazon.

“We are delighted for the opportunity to support proud Mary, as they have a bit of name recognition, but are also of a similar mindset musically to us.

“I would say hopefully ti can win us a few more fans, but the venue only holds about 400 people and we have sold about 150 of those tickets so it seems that more people could be coming to see us which is interesting.

“The promoters have told us it is looking like being a sell-out so if anyone wants to come along to what I’m sure will be a great night, they’ll need to be quick.”

The shows starts at 7pm, with Strange Empire and The Kitsch also performing.

Tickets costing £9.50 are available from Tickets Scotland and for more information visit The Lonely Souls website