Eyes on Music
Free entry – Donations accepted inside venue
To celebrate the announcement of a 7 date UK Tour, in September, Wet Wet Wet bassist, guitarist and songwriter Graeme Clark will play a very special hour long set in aid of The Clutha Trust supporting the trust and emerging artists.
Graeme Clark is no stranger to the solo stage. He has been performing his own music in parallel with his more famous band for many years.
Unbelievably its over 30 years since Graeme Clark set out on his musical adventure, writing the melodies and words for such big hits as Goodnight Girl, Angel Eyes and Julia Says along the way.
Graeme will perform songs from his musical catalogue and give his audience a personal insight in to his musical experiences and inspirations.
Graeme says “I’m always looking for unique venues to play. I’ve written songs from my collection of thoughts and music gathered by my guitar and me over recent years. Having a good time being creative is why I got into music. I need to come back to that. Musical creativity is good for me – I enjoy it”
He continues “To have the opportunity to play such an iconic venue, supporting a wonderful charity and emerging artists is something that makes this event very special and look forward to sharing my music with the friends of the Clutha Trust”
Graeme will be joined on stage by renowned instrumentalist Stevie Lawrence (Bouzouki) and Fiona Cuthill (Violin/Fiddle)