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Peat & Diesel perform for patients at Highland Hospice in Inverness

By Andrew Dixon


POPULAR band Peat & Diesel have given a special performance to patients and staff at Highland Hospice.

The trio visited the Inverness headquarters of the charity yesterday, prior to performing at the city's Ironworks last night.

A spokesman for the hospice described it as a treat.

"This Stornoway trio performed a selection of their hits for a packed audience of patients, volunteers and staff," he said.

Drummer Uilly Macleod said: "It's really good to give something back to the community, helping make people happy by sharing our music."

See Tuesday's Courier for more.

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