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Singer Louise Setara wowed the judges on X Factor and she is off to Nashville, Tennessee, to record in July but in between she is going to be performing at a charity concert in Campbeltown.
The event, which will feature Campbeltown guitarist Sam Hales and local bands Western Sound and The Endorphins, is to raise funds for extra curricular activities at Campbeltown Grammar School.
‘I have visited Glasgow and Edinburgh with shows in the past but never had the chance to explore Scotland,’ said Louise, ‘I am so looking forward to it.’
She added: ‘I was really excited when Trish [Collins] called me asking me to take part; fundraising events like this are important.’
Louise Setara is a singer-songwriter and her blend of gospel, soul and country has a very personal approach.
‘I am a storyteller; each song tells a story about something in my life,’ she said.
And she added how much she was looking forward to the event: ‘I have heard that everyone in the town is supporting the event to raise money for the school. I can’t wait.’