An “all-star” charity gig will raise cash for the upkeep of the new “people’s piano” at Dundee train station.
Clark’s bar on Lindsay Street will host the event on October 21 with all proceeds going towards general upkeep, tuning and security.
The original piano was smashed by vandals, leading disgusted Dundonians to raise £4,700 for a replacement.
The vandalised piano had been donated to the new £38 million station by local man Dave Patterson in memory of his late wife Jean.
Jean, a former ScotRail employee, died earlier this year after a battle with Alzheimer’s.
Mr Patterson, 86, said he was “very happy” to hear about the event, which is being organised by Kit Clark, of 1980s pop group Danny Wilson.
Mr Clark said: “Our main objective is to make something beautiful come out of the double tragedy of Jean’s death and the vandalism of the original piano.”
Performances include acoustic sets from The Collective, Revolver, The Mess Arounds, Abandon, The Interceptors and Julie & Claire from the Funkin’ Idiots.
Also appearing, will be Love Puppets, David Webster, Gavin McGinty, Alice Marra & Colin Reid, George Harris, Kieron Smart, and Stephen Knight.
The gig will run from 6pm until late with a suggested donation £5 or more and a minimum donation of £3.