The Farm and Jeramiah Ferrari to support Madness in August.
The Farm described fondly as “The best Scouse band since The Beatles” head North to support Madness in Inverness. Whilst best known for the equally poignant and catchy ‘All Together Now’, ‘Groovy Train’ has lost none of it’s nostalgic charm over the last thirty years.
The Farm of course have a longstanding link with Madness, with Suggs having produced some other early tracks.
Lead singer of The Farm, Peter Hooton said;
“We love performing outdoors at festival type events, and promise powerful live shows in Inverness and Montrose, featuring all our hits. Come and join us!”.
Opening for Madness will be Jeramiah Ferrari who brings together reggae, rock, ska and pop in a sound described as “unique force and a live sensation that never disappoints”.
Rebecca Corbett of LCC Live, said;
“The Farm are amazing live, and I expect that their addition to the line-up, along with the memorable sound of Jeramiah Ferrari, will be extremely popular with music fans, coming to see Madness in Inverness and Montrose.”