The prolific young singer-songwriter from Oran, Moray, will be performing songs from his latest album “Lost My Way” and some brand new material due for release later this year.
His debut album gained airplay from Jo Whiley on BBC Radio2, was featured in The Scotsman, The Sun and on Scottish Television (STV).
He’s performed for royalty, at scores of festivals and supported acts including Skerryvore, Tony Christie and Elephant Sessions.
His charity singles & fundraising concerts have raised over £4000 for his favourite charities.
2018 was a hugely successful year. It kicked off with the release of his first Scottish Folk EP and a highly recommended on the Danny Kyle stage at Celtic Connections, continued with the release of his second mixed genre album and numerous festival performances across Scotland (including main stage slots at Eden & Killin) and ended in a flurry of December gigs with him showcasing at the Ironworks, performing to over 10,000 at the Red Hot Highland Fling and supporting Skerryvore on 3 nights of their Winter With Friends Tour.
2019 is looking to be equally exciting with a third album already in the making and numerous festival slots confirmed across the UK.
Special guests on the night will be great friends
Chris Greig & The Merchants
Indie-Rock 4 piece based in Glasgow. Their energetic live shows are comfortably accompanied by the catchy hooks and powerful chorus’ of their music.
They’ve supported the likes of Brownbear, Vistas, Nick J.D. Hodgson (former Kaiser Chiefs), and Ded Rabbit.
After a very successful 2018, which included a sold out mini-tour of Scotland and the release of their instant hit track ‘Talking Aloud’, the band hit 2019 with a bang, playing to a 300 strong crowd at the legendary King Tuts as main support for Indigo Velvet. They are set to follow on from this success with a UK tour in May and a string of summer festivals.
& The Citrus Scene
Think Arctic Monkeys. Think the Courteeners. Think Stone Roses & Oasis. Think for yourself.
Mix with some of the freshest new song writing from Inverness’s most exciting young band.
Think Citrus Scene.
These guys already have over 17,000 plays on Soundcloud and a sell out support gig at the Ironworks behind them and with a support slot for Toploader and an EP on the way 2019 is looking good.
Donations will be made from ticket & merchandise sales to
Logan’s Fund / Friends of Chernobyl’s of Children (Moray group) & MFR cash for kids