We are celebrating the survival of our totally and undeniably ‘live’ regular concerts from the Old Schoolhouse for over three years! Tonight’s concert is 60 minutes long and involves stories, songs and … and even a Dougie film and maybe a tune! Tickets available NOW from www.dougiemacleanlive.com
Share this to spread the word to friends and family about Live 179 … and remind them to buy their tickets! We’ve had reports of folk watching the concerts in so many situations …sometimes outside on phones, ipads and laptops.. in gardens, pubs or campsites and even while out on a walk!! …many more in the comfort of their home on a big or small screen. We’re always interested in where you’re viewing and what country you’re in …so please let us know.
Ticket holders can also watch Live 179 ‘on demand’ until Friday 28th April…and if you have missed the live concert you can purchase tickets until then.
Ever since 1970 ‘Earth Day’ (on April 22nd) has celebrated the growth of the modern environmental movement. Over the years Dougie has written and arranged many songs that focus on or celebrate the earth - the land and oceans, seasons, beauties, its history, the threats to it…and its people. Tonight we’ll include a focus on some of these songs.
Keep looking after yourselves and each other and keep cheery!
Who knows the name of this flowering shrub?… blooming now in the Butterstone sunken garden.