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LOCAL music has been given a stage with a set of concerts organised by Linlithgow lass Anne Muir.

Dare to Dream is what Anne has called the series of three gigs organised for local musicians to display their talents over the past few weeks.

The first, featuring local band B-Line and Glasgow rockers All She Knows, played the LYPP lounge at the beginning of March, getting great reviews from local music 
followers. The second gig on March 16 at St John’s Church building on Union Road, 
featured St John’s youth band and singer Amie Aitken and her band from Glasgow.

Organiser Anne said: “The youth band played a great acoustic set. Then Amie 
performed with her band and shared her story which everyone enjoyed hearing.

“There was a surprise as two members from All She Knows (who played at the last concert) performed some songs with Amie.”

Anne has organised the events as part of her college course, and is hoping they will inspire local talent as younger musicians learn from the more experienced in the 
business.

The final ‘Dare to Dream’ concert features Royal Foundlings, currently on tour in America, on Friday, April 5, at St John’s Church building, Union Road, Linlithgow at 7.30pm. Tickets are £4 and are available from 183 High Street.