Four piece all female group, Dorec-a-belle are to play a special afternoon set at the Town House on Thursday the 7th of August, 2014.

The band formed in 2011 and since that point they have built up an impressive array of gigs including Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival (where they will return to play this year at the Grass Roots Stage), Live At Troon Festival and Celtic Connections’ Danny Kyle Stage.The end of 2013 saw them playing to 8,500 people at the Inverness Hogmanay event the Red Hot Highland Fling.

"“The blend of their harmonising all female vocals and irresistibly catchy songs made me want to ditch the formulation seating and start dancing”
““The blend of their harmonising all female vocals and irresistibly catchy songs made me want to ditch the formulation seating and start dancing”

Margaret Chrstyall (on reviewing the launch of ‘Listen’ this year) commented “The eclectic blend of instruments from the female foursome is one of the big selling points of a band that can mix up vocals, saxophone, cello, accordion, keyboards and guitar to keep arrangements sparklingly fresh and sidesteps a predictable run of songs on the setlist.”

The Town House gig, on the eve of Belladrum 2014 will be played fully acoustic and support will come from local singer/songwriter Douglas Scott.

Doors are at 12.30 pm with the concert starting at 1 pm with a short opening set from local singer/songwriter Douglas Scott, people are welcome to bring their lunch.

Admission is £5.00, tickets available from Friday July 11th from Eden Court Box Office in person and online.

You can also catch Dorec-a-belle at the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival on Saturday August 9th at 12.45 pm on the Grass Roots Stage

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