The Big Stooshie announces Headliner James

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James have joined the line up of The Big Stooshie to be held at the Howe Country Centre in Giffordtown, Fife from the 4th-6th of May 2012.

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The band have had a plethora of hits including ‘Laid’ Sit Down’ and ‘Come Home’ and continue to tour heavily since their reformation. The band commented on the announcement:

“We are really excited to be playing at the Big Stooshie. We always get such a fantastic response from the Scottish crowd who really show their affection for us and maybe in some small way this show will help repay them for the years of support we’ve had north of the border and of course this is all for a very worthy cause. See you there!”

The announcement adds to acts including The Damned, The Hoosiers, From The Jam, The Beat, The Boomtown Rats (Roberts & Crowe), The Dykeenies, Tommy Reilly, The Complete Stone Roses, Kazabian, and local (to Inverness) The Lost.

The organisers are hoping to raise £100,000 for Help for Heroes and SSAFA Forces Help

Tickets are now on sale for The Big Stooshie, however as numbers are limited by the capacity of the venue, it is expected to sell out very quickly. Anybody who wants to attend should visit, or in person at any of the ticket outlets throughout Scotland including The Music Station, 49 Church Street, Inverness Tel: 01463 225323.

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Chris Lemon
Chris Lemon
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