Bruce Davies cappuccino concert
Fife based singer-songwriter Bruce Davies will appear in concert on Saturday, 20th October at the Wighton Centre, Dundee Central Library. This is the Friends of Wighton’s monthly Cappuccino Concert in the library. Admission is £5 which includes coffee and newspapers served from 10.30am. The concert begins at 11am.
Performing with acoustic six and twelve string guitars, rich baritone voice and an accessible style, Bruce Davies is one of Scotland’s most accomplished artists. During his 28 year career, audiences have seen the singer/guitarist in situations ranging from Folk Clubs to Churches, Scottish Shows to Songwriter nights, Cabaret to Theatre and he can boast of a largest audience of 14,000 and a smallest audience of 1! Performers are very often “pigeon-holed” but Bruce defiantly defies categorisation and recently said, “If a song’s strong enough to work with only an acoustic guitar accompaniment and I wish I’d written it, there’s a chance I will sing it”, which sums up a repertoire that crosses genres and eras of music.
In the last two years, Bruce has released two compilation albums. “…till a’ the seas gang dry…” highlights his best recordings of Scottish songs, while “Hand Picked”, showcases popular singer-songwriter classics with a selection of his own compositions. He has four other CDs currently available on the Rothes Recordings label.
Further information from www.friendsofwighton.com or call 07792 336804
or Bruce Davies 01592-770466
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