Scottish songs will be on the bill at a house concert in north Northumberland this weekend.
Edinburgh-born Ross Wilson, currently enjoying media attention on the back of his third album release, is set to play at St Cuthbert’s House in Seahouses on Saturday April 23.
Wilson, who has carved out a significant following whilst touring as Blue Rose Code, has strengthened his reputation by launching his latest release to a sold-out concert at Celtic Connections recently.
Jeff Sutheran, owner of St Cuthbert’s House in Seahouses, who is hosting the concert, said: “In just a few years, Blue Rose Code has gone from song-writing in relative obscurity to being celebrated by the industry and fans alike. His work is impossible to neatly classify, he really is a unique talent.”
“The concert is the latest of the monthly house-concert gigs at St Cuthbert’s House, a converted former church in Seahouses.
Jill Sutheran added said: “We’re looking forward to another very special night here. Ross is currently receiving invitations to play some prestigious gigs, and is regarded as a top emerging songwriter and special performer.
“We’re so pleased he’s coming to play in Seahouses.”
Tickets for the gig cost £10 and are available by calling 01665 720456.