KILMALLIE not-for-profit community events group CREEL is holding its first gig of 2017 on Saturday February 25.
CREEL was set up by Kilmallie residents keen to see more live acts play in the area and the group is especially pleased to be welcoming a Lochaber band.
FRAS, a five-piece band comprising pipes, flutes, whistles, guitar, banjo and accordion, released their debut album Dìle last year and have performed far and wide at festivals, concerts and ceilidhs.
CREEL founding members Susie Calderan and Mandy Ketchin said: ‘It will be great for Kilmallie to have the opportunity to enjoy FRAS’s high- energy Highland music, full of strong melodies, taut rhythms and fantastic musicianship in Caol Community Centre.
' FRAS seemed to have played practically everywhere except here. We’re looking forward to a really fun night. To encourage people to think of the environment, there’s £1 back off the ticket price on the door for anyone who arrives on foot or by bike. Pogo sticks, roller skates and horseback also qualify.’
To find out more, join the CREEL mailing list, share ideas or book tickets for FRAS, contact CREEL at email@example.com
Lochaber band FRAS will be playing in Caol on Saturday (February 25).