Spoke Too Soon, Fifi Greasley and Rodaidh MacKay, Maria Hall, and City in Surveillance be playing in Mad Hatters on the 15th of March to support Birchwood Highland.
Four acts, all hailing from the Highlands, with all proceeds going to charity.Following on from the last fundraising gig in December 2011, Birchwood Highland are excited to announce a second event featuring more talented local musicians. Birchwood Highland is an organisation based in Inverness promoting independence, inclusion, and recovery for vulnerable people and individuals with mental health issues in the Highlands. They aim to increase a person’s capacity to live independently and feel part of the community, thus reducing feelings of isolation. They support people to build self-confidence and adopt lifestyles that improve their health and wellbeing.
Up and coming singer/songwriter,Fifi Greasley is currently working hard to raise her profile and has recently had her first gig in The Doghouse, Dundee. She will be joined by the Four Year Strong, A Day To Remember and Biffy Clyro influenced, Spoke Too Soon whose debut album was recently released.
City in Surveillance are a five piece indie rock band whose E.P. ‘Searching for Glory’ on the way. They will be joined by Maria Hall who has played in various bands skipping through the genres. She is presently working on 2 more albums… 1 solo and another band album.
Spoke Too Soon, Fifi Greasley and Rodaidh MacKay, Maria Hall, and City in Surveillance be playing in Mad Hatters on 15/03/12. Doors open at 7pm and entry is £4.