Moray’s businessman and his musician friends will sing a song focused on men’s mental health and perform at Elgin Town Hall.
Last month, Alan Jamison released the song The Conversation: I Am Me alongside solo artists and members of local bands The Flags, Into The Pines, Danny Mortimer and Makuta. .
The music video has already been viewed more than 1,600 times.
On Saturdays, there will be a gig at City Hall featuring all the musicians.
Helping charities expand their services at Moray and work with all ages supports MikeysLine.
Doors open at 7pm.
Jamieson said it’s important to “normalize” men chatting about their true feelings.
He added: I write a lot of songs. A few months later, he listened to his lyrics again and it really struck a chord.
“I was in a much darker place than I thought.
“Mental health issues have had a huge impact on my life since my early teens and still do.
“I’m always happier being there for others than worrying about myself. I’m sure a lot of people are exactly the same.”
“Difficult conversations are much easier than funerals”
“A difficult conversation is much easier than a funeral.”
How can I get tickets?
The charity offers text-based support on 07786 207755 for WhatsApp, live web chat, Twitter, Messenger, and more.
Katie Melville, Mikey’s Line fundraising manager, said:
“Music has always had the unique power to uplift and bring people together. It’s great to see this in action with the band’s new project!”
Click here to purchase your ticket. Also available at stores such as Sound and Vision (Elgin), Humble Burger (Elgin), Dallas Designs (Elgin), AJ Jamieson Butcher (Fochabers) and The Deli (Keith).
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