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BIG NIGHT OUT - 26th March 2016

Big Night Out 2016

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Joe Lycett

Megan Reece

Autumn Sun

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Joe Lycett is an award-winning comedian and writer. One of the best-loved performers currently working on the UK circuit, Joe is a rising comedy star with bundles of stage presence and effortless charm. Live at the Apollo, Sunday Night at the Palladium, 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown and Never Mind the Buzzcocks are just a few of his TV appearances. Joe returned to the Edinburgh Festival this year to huge acclaim and sold-out venues. “This show is a roaring success.” (Fest) “He makes funny seem easy.” (The Guardian)

Megan Reece hit the TV screens recently on BBC’s “The Voice” successfully getting into Team Paloma. Reminiscent of Amy Winehouse, she uses her music to bring stories of life into the heart of the listener. Megan has signed up to working with young people in the Highlands to inspire their journey into the music industry.

Bella and the Bear are a captivating Scottish duo. Their traditional acoustic sound is restored with rhythmic and percussive guitar playing, blending two-part harmony and an inherent flare for story-telling.

Autumn Sun - described as one of Belladrum’s 2015 up-and-coming bands, this vibrant fresh sound coming out of Inverness captures the raw Indie vibrancy of youth. Sit back and be inspired with a sound created right in front of your eyes.

From the Buzz Project - Cileas MacMaster has a natural passion for music which allows her to reach down deep and connect at a raw level bringing to us that rich soulful voice.

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Bella and the Bear

Cileas MacMaster

The Buzz Project in the Media

Visit the links below to see news stories and videos about our Buzz project

Twin Atlantic visit the Buzz Project

Twin Atlantic Visit and Cileas McMaster

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Cileas performing her Debut single at the Live Lounge event on 28 June.

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