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Bring It All Home

  • 15 Aug 2015

Bring It All Home is a three-day celebration of songwriting inspired by the legacy of Paisley’s Gerry Rafferty, taking place from 17 - 19 September 2015 at various venues throughout Paisley.

Thanks to support from Renfrewshire Council, as part of a programme of events that back Paisley’s bid for City of Culture 2021, the majority of activities are FREE [however booking is required, see http://www.bringitallhome.co.uk/category/music-conference

Hosting a variety of workshops and mentoring sessions aimed at musicians, performers and anyone interested music, the festival covers a range of subjects from Digital Distribution, Publishing through to Showcase Opportunities, Copyright, Media Training and Songwriting Masterclasses as well as a flagship concert on 18 Sept at Paisley Town Hall.

On 17 September the Music Conference features high profile guests including; Artist Managers for Biffy Clyro and Prides; representatives from Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, Celtic Connections, Heb Celt, Edinburgh FRINGE and The Wickerman Festival see http://www.bringitallhome.co.uk/category/music-conference/ for info / tickets

‘A Celebration of Scottish Songwriting’ is a star-studded concert at Paisley Town Hall on 18 September featuring; Dougie MacLean, Justin Currie and Eddi Reader, Findlay Napier, Emma Pollock and Paisley’s own Michael Cassidy.

19 September Youth Music Day presents four sessions, How To Break A Band, Bedroom Production Masterlcass, Demo Submission and Engaging Social Media, aimed at helping early-stage artists develop their careers, learn from industry experts and gain exposure.
See http://www.bringitallhome.co.uk/category/youth-music-day/

The grand finale later that evening, is a keynote ‘in conversation’ interview conducted by radio and TV presenter Bryan Burnett who chats with Deacon Blue singer Ricky Ross about his 30 year portfolio career as a songwriter, lyricist and broadcaster.

For more information about Bring It All Home and to book tickets visit:
http://www.bringitallhome.co.uk | Email: towncentres@renfrewshire.gov.uk or
Phone: 0300 300 1210

Supported by:

Scottish Music Centre is supported by Creative Scotland Scottish Music Centre is supported by the IMC Scottish Music Centre is supported by IAMIC Scottish Music Centre is supported by The Dhabba and Dakhin

Scottish Music Centre, City Halls, Candleriggs, Glasgow | T: +44 (0)141 552 5222 | E: info@scottishmusiccentre.com
Scottish Music Information Centre Ltd (trading as Scottish Music Centre) is a registered charity: SC012776