Fifer Bruce takes low road to Tealby

AWARD-winning singer/songwriter Bruce Davies makes a welcome return to Tealby Village Hall this month.

Fife-based Bruce will be in concert on Friday, November 25, starting at 7.30pm.

Performing with acoustic six and 12-string guitars, his rich baritone voice and accessible style makes him one of Scotland’s most accomplished artists.

He performs the songs of his heroes and friends, some of his own award-winning compositions and the best of Scotland’s song repertoire in a programme that goes well beyond what is normally regarded as folk music.

In a recent list of ‘The 100 Greatest Cultural Fifers – Ever!’ Bruce featured alongside Ian Rankin, Dougray Scott, Val McDermid and Jack Vettriano to mention a few.

In the last two years, Bruce has released two compilation albums. ‘Till a’ the seas gang dry’, highlights his best recordings of Scottish songs, while ‘Hand Picked’ showcases popular singer-songwriter classics with a selection of his own compositions.

A mixture of many musical genres can be expected when Bruce sings at Tealby Village Hall, Tickets cost £8 in advance and £10 on the night, with a family ticket £20, and are available from Tealby Village Shop, 01673 838718, or from Gill on 01673 838130. Doors open at 7pm and there will be a bar.