Dundee gets set to rock

John MacLean has added 20 Rocks Dundee to his growing estate of Scottish rock bars. The 500-capacity rock venue is the third for the former DJ, who opened the Ward Street venue at the tail end of last month, on the back of Falkirk and Stirling. John told DRAM, “I ripped out the venue and started from scratch. It used to be the Doghouse, and we have re-branded it a 20 Rocks, which is very much my version of a Hard Rock Cafe. I’m very pleased with the memorabilia that we’ve acquired which includes a guitar from Paul Weller and a guitar from Slash of Guns ‘n’ Roses as well as a signed LP from Eric Clapton.” Despite the paint in the Dundee 20 Rocks being barely dry, John plans to open another Scottish Rocks as soon as he can. He said, “My plan is to expand over the next two years, although I haven’t quite yet worked out the geography of where we’ll open next.”

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