Glasgow’s Bluedog celebrated 20 years at the heart of Scotland’s thriving music scene this week with a headline performance from one of Scotland’s most exciting up-and-coming artists, Cammy Barnes, and toasted a new charity partnership with Musicians Against Homelessness.
Bluedog and Musicians Against Homelessness have joined forces to raise money for homeless services across Scotland and beyond. The charity also provides opportunities for up-coming talent with Bluedog offering up their stage to local artists.
General manager for Bluedog, Bartosz Juraszek, said:
“We look forward to working with Musicians Against Homelessness by donating £1 from every signature Bluedog cocktail and we’ll be working closely with their talent team to offer up our stage for the next generation of talent. Proof that you can teach an old dog new tricks.”
Singer/songwriter Cammy Barnes is the first artist to take centre stage for Bluedog’s birthday celebrations as it aims to cement its status as one of the UKs best live music bars. The Fife born 32 year-old recently toured with Brit Award winner Tom Walker and SAINT PHNX.
Emma Rule, founder of Musicians Against Homelessness, added,
“We’re over the moon to be partnering with Bluedog, a world-class venue with an impressive history of showcasing a wealth of musical talent. Glasgow is renowned for its live music scene and exciting artists, and we look forward to showcasing some of the best on offer.
“To date MAH has raised over £400,000. Homelessness remains an unsolved problem, so the support from Bluedog and the artists performing is much needed, and greatly appreciated.”