‘Curtain Road’ featured highly in the soundtrack to my summer 2012 and shot Inverness singer song writer James Mackenzie to the platform he deserved namely a memorable performance on the main stage at Belladrum.

James MacKenzie and Chris Gorman 600x399 - James has a Lifeline

Now living in Glasgow this has opened the door for a collaborative relationship with Chris Gorman with whom he has co written and produced his latest three track offering, James Mackenzie EP

James Mackenzie EP features, Lifeline, Pause your life and Shoulders each track a testament to the progression of him as an artist, reaching out with a new sound but retaining the warmth of his acoustic roots .

James Mackenzie EP is OUT NOW available to buy from all online outlets.

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Tea drinking, Vintage Caravan towing, Festival floozey, I have long been in engaged in the local music scene. The opportunity to write came when I was considering donating my brain to a good cause, having suspended such pursuits, dithering over other artistic endeavours and raising my three sons. Despite being immersed in music I am not a musician, writing about what I love is the next best thing. When it comes to musical tastes I must admit that my iPod has something of a split personality. I'd like to say its not all fun and gigs but that wouldn't be true as I run The Tea Posy a quirky Vintage Tearoom, creative community space and unique live music venue within The Greenhouse Dingwall. You can contact Julia at Julia@Invernessgigs.co.uk