Sunday Session: Who is playing live on line from Fife this weekend
12,000 join new Facebook group in one week
An entire day of online live entertainment has been lined up for Fifers this Sunday.
It offers the best part of eight hours of music, with different singers every hour.
The Fife Sunday Sessions take place on Facebook and feature a host of performers who often sing live on the local pub and club circuit which is currently in lockdown.
The group's page, which is administered by Gavin Patrick- a former winner of the Fife Free Press ‘Voice of Fife’ competition – already has 12,000 members just one week after it launched.
Sunday’s schedule starts at 12:30pm and runs until 8:00pm
It starts with a set from Ian Clark followed by Ryan McGuiness (1:00pm) and Steph Gilmour (2:00pm).
It continues with Jimmy Jack (3:00pm), Carly-Jane Schiavone (4:00pm), Pamela Davie (5:00pm), Harry Gilffillan (6:00pm) and Gavin Patrick at 6:30pm.
The entertainment then wraps up with Hodgie’s Disco until 8:00pm.
Join simply by c,licking the lionk below or search Facebook for Fife’s Sunday Sessions
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