FIFE based singer-songwriter Bruce Davies will appear in concert on Tuesday, November 6, at Memus Hall, Memus, near Forfar, at 7.30 p.m.
Performing with acoustic six and 12-string guitars, rich baritone voice and an accessible style, he is one of Scotland’s most accomplished artists.
He performs the songs of his heroes and friends, some of his own award-winning compositions and the best of Scotland’s song repertoire and in a programme that goes well beyond what is normally regarded as folk music.
Describing his church concerts Bruce said: “I am a Christian and see my work, not as “evangelism”, but as “edifying entertainment”. It’s my aim that people of all faiths or no faith at all should feel comfortable at my shows and that everyone will be entertained, stimulated and encouraged by the songs and feeling of each performance.”
After seven years as part of Beggars Mantle, Bruce has spent over 20 years establishing himself among the top solo performers in Scotland.
Profits from this concert will benefit the Skein Trust which is part of West Angus Area Ministry undertaken by the Glens & Kirriemuir Old Parish Church.
Although this is Bruce’s first visit to Memus, he hopes to build on the successes of his previous concerts in the surrounding area.
A mixture of many musical genres can be expected when Bruce sings at Memus Hall on Tuesday evening.
Further information can be obtained by visiting www.brucedavies.com or by calling 01575 572819.