Scottish music sensation Gerry Cinnamon has announced a Dundee show for this winter.
The Glasgow singer-songwriter will take to the Caird Hall stage on Thursday December 13.
The 32-year-old has played in the city twice already this year with each gig at Fat Sam’s selling out in minutes.
Cinnamon will perform another gig in Dundee which will be sure to delight eager fans.
Gerry’s music covers a number of themes, but one constant is his honest and often humorous appraisal of his past growing up in Castlemilk, and his times spent in various jobs, chasing girls and drinking with friends.
His track Belter has gained proved popular with music fans for its dialect and lyrics with it’s unique Scots language.
Tickets for the gig will be available from 9am on Friday.