From kitchen to kirk, Bruce returns to Lochaber

Bruce Davies will make a welcome return to Lochaber this weekend.

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Fife-based singer songwriter Bruce Davies will be making a welcome return to Lochaber for a concert at Fort William Kilmallie Church of Scotland in Corpach (formerly Kilmallie Church) on Saturday, September 25 at 7.30p.m.

Richard Baxter, the parish minister said: ‘I’ve enjoyed many great musical nights with Bruce over the years.

‘Many people have been enjoying Bruce’s Songs from the Kitchen shows during
lockdown and it will be great to hear some live music again.

‘It is also a chance to invite the local community to come to a different sort of event in the setting of Kilmallie Church.’

Bruce is a musician with an easy-on-the-ear singing style, a gift for telling a story and he is a fine guitarist. He plays a mixture of familiar popular songs and his own music.

Tickets will be available at the door.