Singer Elaine Lennon will perform in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and the Highlands on her Scottish tour.
The musician and TEDx speaker will perform at 10 venues across Scotland as part of her new tour.
After committing to pursue her passion for making music in 2018, she has become one of Scotland’s hottest rising stars.
She created the online version of The Homebird Sessions at the start of the lockdown in 2020. After its great success, the show is now going on tour.
For several performances, she will be joined by her musical friend Jesse Terry for a relaxed evening where the public can enjoy the artists performing acoustic versions of their songs.
They will also be able to hear the stories that inspired them and the tales of their respective musical journeys.
Each performance will also feature an up-and-coming songwriter.
An interactive question-and-answer session will also take place.
Where will it happen?
The current North East, Highlands and Argyll and Bute locations she will play are:
- Highlands – Rosehall Village Hall, with Jesse Terry – September 30
- Aberdeen – The Blue Lamp, with Jesse Terry – October 3
- Reflect – An Tobar, with guest Boo Hewerdine – November 16
- Aberdeenshire – Tarland, MacRobert Hall – November 18
His songs have been played on radio stations across the country, with his distinctive voice and style connecting a unique blend of old and new influences.
To listen to some of his music, visit his website.
Jesse Terry is a singer with an amazing ability to weave stories of travel and homecoming with grief and redemption. His song “When We Wander” can be heard on the fourth season of the Netflix show Virgin River.
She said: “I’m thrilled to be taking The Homebird Sessions on the road.
“I am delighted to welcome Jesse Terry for this special evening and we look forward to connecting with the public and creating wonderful memories.”
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