More to be announced...
We are honoured to be joined by Des Clarke who will be hosting the Concert for Caring 2023.
Des Clarke is one of the UK’s most exciting performers and is widely regarded as the trusted voice of radio comedy and satire in Scotland. He has made a name for himself as both a highly successful comedian and one of television and radio’s hottest presenters. Des currently presents the Heart Scotland Breakfast Show and BBC Radio Scotland weekly panel show Breaking the News, as well as performing live stand-up to audiences around the world. Des can also be seen on The One Show and Morning Live on BBC One. For more information on Des’s work see here.
Our line-up of musical acts brings together some of Scotland’s best talents.
We can so far confirm that Altered Images and Callum Beattie will be joining us on stage. More acts to follow.
We’re delighted to announce that 80s new wave legends Altered Images, led by lead singer Clare Grogan, will be joining the Concert for Caring line-up!
After releasing their latest album in 2022 to UK Top 30 success, Altered Images will join us at the Concert for Caring after a string of eight festival appearances over the summer, ready to play their biggest hits including “Don’t Talk to Me About Love”, “Happy Birthday” and “I Could Be Happy”!
We are pleased to announce that acoustic singer-songwriter Callum Beattie is the latest act confirmed to play the Concert for Caring!
Callum’s second album, released in February this year, reached number one on the national iTunes chart, beating Gorillaz, Pink and Adam Lambert – and went straight to number one on the Scottish album charts! He’ll be joining us at the Concert for Caring after a gig at the Kelvingrove Bandstand in August, which sold out in less than 24 hours. You can listen to Callum’s singles and live sessions on his YouTube.
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