Horse, with support Sandra MacBeth

Talented Scottish singer and artist, Sandra MacBeth, has a lovely new website and I’m proud to have some of my images featured. Here’s a glimpse of Sandra in action, with Lorna Thomas on bass, supporting the legendary Horse on her ‘Home’ tour late last year.

http://www.sandramacbeth.com/

http://www.lornathomas.com/

http://randan.org/

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. HORSE – SHEFFIELD BOARDWALK

Here’s an amazing singer I was fortunate enough to hear at Manchester Pride this year and it’s easy to see why she has such a strong following and successful career, and her songs covered by the likes of Will Young.

Twenty years after the release of her debut album “The Same Sky”, Horse, and her band, are currently touring and playing the entire album plus other favourites. I went along to the gig at The Boardwalk, Sheffield, and was lucky enough to catch the soundcheck too. Private concert!

To check out tour dates and other info’ go to http://www.randan.org

. Women’s Stage – Manchester Pride

And so, as promised, a post dedicated to the Women’s Stage event at Manchester Pride.

Many amazing and diverse acts performed, from the side-splittingly funny Jen Brister and Sarah Adams, the wonderfully melodic Second Hand Wings, the rich musical talent of Horse, to name but a few. Everything ran really smoothly thanks to the fabulous hosting skills of Claire Mooney and Rosie Lugosi, who both also performed. All rounded off with Think Pink!, a tribute act who soon got the crowd dancing.

A new addition was the Drag King competition, which was judged by staff and patrons of Manchester Pride, including actress and singer Heather Peace, who was due to also perform, but had, sadly, lost her voice. Heather was gracious enough to donate her time elsewhere… judging the competition and having her photograph taken with her many adoring fans. There’s a lot of excitement surrounding this talented actress and her forthcoming BBC drama “Lip Service”. Grab her while you can. So to speak!