FOLLOWING their sensational debut in 2010, Kevin & The Section have today confirmed their much-anticipated second gig as part of this year’s West End Festival.
The foursome will be appearing downstairs at Oran Mor on Wednesday 22nd June and are very much looking forward to rocking the old church crypt with some edgy new spins on Kevin McDermott classics, perhaps peppered with a just few surprises.
“I can’t wait to get back on stage as a four piece, especially with some not too shabby musical talent,” said Kevin.
“At the last gig we deafened the neighbourhood… God only knows what Oran Mor will be like!”
The Section features an impressive line up of well-known faces and talent, including Jim McDermott on drums and percussion, Stuart MacLeod on guitar and Campbell Owens on bass.
With a wealth of tracks to choose from and supported by an impressive Scottish line-up, both Kevin and Oran Mor are pretty certain no one will be left disappointed.
Tickets for the gig on Wednesday 22nd June are available now from:
www.ticketweb.co.uk (08444 77 1000)
Tickets Scotland, Argyle Street (0141 204 5151)
Main Bar @ Oran Mor (0141 357 6200)
Tickets priced £14 (booking fee may apply)
More information on the venue or Festival can be found at www.westendfestival.co.uk, www.oran-mor.co.uk
About Kevin McDermott
Kevin McDermott is one of the finest songwriters and performers of his time. His style blends intelligence and wit with fine musicianship to create a signature that is both unique and relevant.
Born in Glasgow, Kevin was first introduced as the Kevin McDermott Orchestra in 1989 with the highly-accomplished and acclaimed, ‘Mother Nature’s Kitchen’.
Now, with more than six critically-successful albums in his repertoire, Kevin’s reputation has been established on the national and international stage.
Further information at www.myspace.com/kevinmcdermottmusic and www.kevinmcdermott.net
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