The Specsavers Scottish Music Awards will return this year and it's set to be better than ever. Specsavers and music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins have teamed up once again and will return to the iconic Barrowland Ballroom for the second year in a row for their 24th edition of the awards.
The evening, which takes place on Thursday, November 24, will showcase performances from The View, Altered Images and Dylan John Thomas, and will be hosted by award-winning broadcaster and presenter, Edith Bowman.
The flagship fundraiser for Nordoff Robbins will bring together some of the biggest and best names in Scottish music for a night of unforgettable glamour in Scotland’s music capital.Sandra Schembri, CEO, Nordoff Robbins, said: “At Nordoff Robbins, we passionately believe in using the power of music to help people from all walks of life connect and communicate.
We’re incredibly grateful to the Scottish music industry for its continued support of our cause through the annual Scottish Music Awards, with all funds raised going directly towards providing vital music therapy to those in need.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk