I am really happy to be helping to run and play at the fifth annual Moon River Christmas Concert and what promises to be an amazing event!

The Moon River Christmas Concert

Come and join Matt Norris & The Moon, Caro Bridges & The River, and our friends for the 4th annual Christmas concert, once again raising funds for Edinburgh Samaritans.
Expect a mix of festive treats, some of them edible, carols to sing along with, and original Christmas and Winter songs from these indie folk locals.
Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets are £8, all proceeds (after covering event costs) go to Edinburgh Samaritans.
Tickets available from http://bpt.me/2468605.

Christmas Concert poster 2015_samaritansedit

About The Samaritans

 The Samaritans offer round the clock support through 201 UK branches. Through their phone lines and support offered in branch, they help people before it’s too late.
In Scotland the Samaritans have a network of 19 branches supported by over 1000 volunteers, with support from the Shetland Isles to the Borders.
Day or night, a Samaritans volunteer is there to give support to anyone feeling down or struggling to cope.

 If you are unable to attend the concert but would like to make a donation to the Samaritans, you can do this here…

About The Bands

Matt Norris & The Moon live in Edinburgh & play tunes ranging from folky foot stomping to a noisy fuzz, with some quieter moments in between. They released their debut album ‘A Thousand Hands’ in June 2015

Caro Bridges & The River are a jazz and folk influenced six piece acoustic band, featuring saxophones, double bass, mandolin playing catchy and melodic songs. They released their second EP ‘From The River To The Sea’ in June 2015 www.fb.com/carobridges 

Sir Tom Watton is a singer and guitarist (although also a double bass player…) originally from the folk-steeped streets of Scarborough, bringing a mix of traditional and contemporary influences to his outstanding songwriting. www.sirtomwatton.co.uk 

Kaley Ukulele is the creation of Canadian native Kaley Northcott, who brings her sweet voice and sensitive string-playing to our stage accompanied by a few friends. www.fb.com/kaleyukulele 







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