Jim Kennedy

About

Irn Bru, AC/DC and the Glasgow Apollo. That’s me. What does that tell you? That I’m an elderly classic rock lover with a rubbish diet.I’ve lived in the Highlands for last 20 years and am a music fan – anything with a chorus; everything from Taylor Swift and Girls Aloud to the aforementioned AC/DC and Biffy Clyro. I’ve played guitar and sung in bands most of my adult life, including everything from punk to ceilidh to rock. It’s all a joy. I’ve got to say I really like working for Inverness Gigs – I’ll be the one at the Ironworks drinking the Irn Bru! You can contact Jim directly at Jim@Invernessgigs.co.uk
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Articles

Hymns Of Optimism

Review of James Grant at Mad Hatters

Reliving Their Youth

The Stranglers celebrate their Ruby anniversary in fine form

Public Service Broadcasting – Banjo breakdown

A review of Public Service Broadcasting at The Ironworks, Inverness on the 2nd of May 2013.

Daydreamin’ at the Eagle

Daydream Frenzy play The Eagle on the 23rd of March.

Courteeners Start The Party

A review of the Courteeners, supported by Dexters at the Ironworks, Inverness on Thursday the 28th of March.

A Big Toot Toot from Root Ma Toot

A review of the Root Ma Toot big Band at the Ironworks, Inverness on the 1st of February, 2013.

Just One Friday in February

A quick skip throught the Inverness music scene on a drab February, Friday night

Praise is aLive 2013

Saturday 22 June 2013, the Ironworks is hosting, as part of the aLive Festival, an evening of inspirational music showcasing the music of three Christian bands

Country Boy comes to Town

Country “chicken pickin” superstar Albert Lee is coming to the Ironworks, Inverness in April 2013.