King Tut's, the venue where Oasis were discovered, invites a host of top acts to its' party...

WILLY MASON, Mull Historical Society

Soundtrack Of Our Lives are among the acts helping legendary GLASGOW venue KING TUT’S WAH WAH HUT celebrate it’s 15th birthday next month.

Organisers plan a month of shows fro February, and among the other acts confirmed are Nine Black Alps, Arab Strap, Minnie Driver and Ed Harcourt.

The 300-capacity venue, which opened in 1990, has seen many of rock’s biggest names pass through its’ doors. King Tut’s is perhaps best known for being the place where Oasis were discovered by Alan McGee in 1993. [a][/a], Coldplay, Blur and Radiohead

have also performed within its’ walls.