AN EXCITING gig in Glasgow will showcase Scottish music stars.

Starless is a project by Paul McGeechan, former Love & Money keyboard player and University of the West of Scotland (UWS) lecturer.

It will take place at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall at 7pm on Saturday, June 4.

The musician and lecturer will perform at the event, along with Scottish vocalists, including Karen Matheson, Emma Pollock, Grahame Skinner from Hipsway, and Chris Thomson of The Bathers.

Students from the university are also involved in setting up and running the show.

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Paul McGeechan said: “All of the staff on the BA Commercial Music course are working within the industry, and it is important for us to use the connections we have to create opportunities for students.

“We pride ourselves on producing graduates who are more than ready to make an impact on the industry – and the real-world experience they gain along the way is pivotal to that.

“Starless is a collaborative project, and will give our students the opportunities to work alongside and learn from well-known artists; allowing them to make contacts at a very high level in the Scottish music industry.”

UWS lecturer and Starless manager Clare Duffin added: “UWS has an incredibly vibrant music scene, with industry standard facilities, our own record label and students performing and gigging on the national stage.

“The ties our lecturers have with the music industry helps create opportunities for our students, and are a big reason as to why our Music courses consistently produce graduates who go on to enjoy very successful careers.”

Onnagh Redmond, who studies BA Commercial Music at UWS, is one of the students involved in the concert. She said: “I’m really pleased to have the opportunity to organise this event. I’m looking to work in live music events after I graduate, so this is invaluable experience for me.

“One of the best things about studying Commercial Music at UWS is the opportunity you get to apply what you learn in real-world settings, and working alongside world-class artists at Starless is giving me the chance to do just that, and also develop my skills.”

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