VIDEO: Bute musical stars shine at charity night

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Bute’s home-grown musical talent stepped into the spotlight to bring down the curtain on the island’s live music diary for 2015.

Eight separate acts took to the stage at Rothesay Golf Club to show off their instrumental and vocal abilities - and to raise money for a hugely deserving cause.

The Bute Ukulele Band were among the local acts on the bill at a charity night in aid of the 'Food For People' organisation.

The Bute Ukulele Band were among the local acts on the bill at a charity night in aid of the 'Food For People' organisation.

The evening was organised by John and Sue Dennis of Musicker cafe in Rothesay to raise funds for Foor For People, a charity set up in 2006 to provide daily, nutritious, hot meals in communities in developing countries and to provide education in hygiene, local food growth and self-reliance.

The night’s programme featured Daniel Sweet, the Red Hearted Vibes, Lyanne Mitchell, Ronnie Ferguson, Jimmy Morrell, Beth Swan, George McDonald, John McMeekin, Anabrese and Jordan Kane, and drew to a close with a welcome return to the stage for the Bute Ukulele Band, whose line-up included several members playing with the group for the first time.

* More still pictures from the event in the December 25 issue of The Buteman.