ONE of Scotland’s most iconic singer-songwriters, Horse McDonald, is to visit Cove Burgh Hall next weekend.

Horse, whose nine albums have won worldwide acclaim, will play live at the community-run venue on Friday, March 6 at 8pm.

An iconic and utterly unique singer/songwriter, Horse’s voice is described as ‘a finely honed instrument’ – and together with ‘breathtaking stagecraft’, make her live performances occasions not to be missed.

Her music is both moving and uplifting, the audience are totally absorbed whenever she performs.

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With a successful career spanning more than three decades, she has opened and toured with various international artists, including Tina Turner, BB King, Bryan Ferry and Burt Bacharach, while one of her best-known songs, Careful, was covered by Will Young.

Since striking her first record deal with EMI/Capitol in the early 1990s, Horse has released nine albums, including The Same Sky and God’s Home Movie, the latter on the MCA/Universal label.

Her current album, Home, was released on her own label Randan Records.

In addition to writing and performing, Horse also produces work for other artists - sharing her immense expertise and experience.

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Horse’s unparalleled live performances showcase not only her vocal range and the unique texture and tone that is virtually missing from today’s music, but also her relationship to her fans.

There will also be a licensed bar and raffle at next Friday’s concert.

Doors open at 7.15pm, and tickets (£10) are available online at and at local outlets.

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