Elgin Town Hall for the Community presents it’s premier fundraising event ‘Back from the Brink’ on the 20th October. An evening with musical guests and hilarious comedians, starring Edgar Road, Tweed, Verii, Gordon James and the Power, Moteh Parrott & The Teuchter Comedy Club. Join us for a magical evening of rocking, laughing, dancing and singing and celebrate the new management of Elgin Town Hall! Doors open at 7pm, starts 7:30pm. Fully stocked bar is over 18’s only. Limited VIP booths with promotional drinks and table service please email us for details.
Edgar Road are a 5 piece original band from the North of Scotland, who started playing together in 2013. They are currently working on their 3rd EP which the band are really excited to finish and say that it is a continuation of their musical journey. Their sound has developed and evolved with each EP so far as they develop as a band.
Gordon James & The Power
Gordon James and the Power are Gordon James (guitar and vocals), John McKenzie (bass and vocals) and Blaire MacKenzie (drums and percussion). Formed in the heart of Scotland’s whisky capitol in 2016 they have quickly garnered a following throughout the north of the country.
Moteh Parrott is a Scottish artist with a distinctive modern folk-rock sound, complementing reflective, uplifting lyrics with raw electric guitar and cello. Moteh’s music has been described as having a sound comparable with”…a Highland wilderness with all the sweeping colour and spirit which that encompasses.” Moteh’s shows to date include Sofar Sounds, Xpo North, Belladrum Festival, Northern Roots, North Hop, The Ironworks and Eden Court Theatre. He is currently working towards his first release as a solo artist.
A lively ceilidh band from Inverness and Speyside. They play a fusion of traditional music with ska, funk and rock beats. The trio have played throughout the UK and Europe, whilst retaining their weekly slot in Aviemore – which has allowed them to flourish and build a great repertoire of entertaining material.
The young and multitalented Verii started composing at the age of 12. Her first piano performances in Poland encouraged her to go forward into the music industry. Verii as a 14-year-old performed at Rockabilly Festival 2012 and played charity concerts along with many great musicians. In 2013, moving from her home country to Scotland, she started performing for The Lantern of The North Foundation gathering more inspirations for her music projects. Her real passion is art. Currently she’s working with musicians from around Scotland, creating new ambient sound and inspiring lyrics. Her new VERII FUSION PROJECT combines international mix of excellent musicians, who add their influence to her beautiful songs.