Mad Hatters Host Independent Music Venue Week Event

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Mad Hatters will present live acoustic performances from local acts in January.

Organised to celebrate the music venues around the country, Independent Venue Week is a 7-day event that helps to put the spotlight on the people that own, run and work in independent venues.

For the Mad Hatters online gig, their will be three lacts representing an eclectic range of music from the area.

Noah Ramanan

Ramanan Ritual at Jocktoberfest 2019 4 - Mad Hatters Host Independent Music Venue Week Event

Describing his band’s music as “brewing up psychadelic folky blues with a world of musical influences”, we last caught up with Noah in 2019, prior to his band winning the Tooth and Claw Battle of the bands.

Susanna Wolfe

Susanna Wolfe Band at Eden Court October 2018 17 - Mad Hatters Host Independent Music Venue Week Event

Featuring on the the IGigs list of the most read reviews in the last decade, Susanna’s passion for her art is clear, and contagious. No stranger to online streaming (you can keep track of her appearances via the Susanna Wolfe Band Facebook page.

Dylan Tierney

Dylan Tierney at Northen Roots 2017  - Mad Hatters Host Independent Music Venue Week Event

When we caught Dylan in 2018 we described his music as “At its heart the authentic and reflective soul of his songs are complemented by an instinctive songwriting talent.” His experience and evolution over the years has been impressive to witness.

“we were keen to be involved with IVW despite the current restrictions and managed to put together a great diverse bill with 3 fantastic acts to celebrate not only music venues across the country but to present a great night of music”. 

Mad Hatters Music Programmer Steve Robertson

Mad Hatters will present Noah Ramanan, Susanna Wolfe and Dylan Tierney on Saturday January the 30th via the Mad Hatters Facebook page.

Remember when we used to go to gigs? Have a look at our coverage of Mad Hatters in the past.

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Chris Lemon
Chris Lemon
A lifelong passion for music matched with a geeky fascination for social media and websites resulted in the creation of Inverness Gigs back in 2010. The aim of the site is to help promote, support and generally raise awareness of the local music scene.If you want get in touch you can contact me direct at

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