Two sisters who lost their mum to cancer earlier this year have raised more than £2,600 in her memory.
Leigh and Kerri Boylan organised an Acoustic Against Cancer concert to raise funds for Ward 32 at Ninewells and the Maggie’s Centre.
Their mum, Lynn, was just 54 when she died in January – just over a year after she was diagnosed with lung cancer in November 2016.
Highlights of the event included Billy Mitchell, Ronnie Falconer and Dundee acoustic duo George of the Jungle.
Kerri, 27, said: “I just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who came to support us and support our cause.
“Everyone who turned out to the gig helped in making our fundraiser a great success.
“It was such a brilliant day and I hope everyone who came to the day of music had fun.
“We would also like to say a massive thank you to all the bands and people who organised the music. Everyone sounded fantastic.
“Another huge thank you to all the businesses who have donated prizes for our event.
“We are overwhelmed with your kindness.”
Leigh, 24, added: “We would also like to say a massive thank you to the venue, The Bell Rock Tavern, for allowing us to use the space for the day, and also Jenna Gordon for all her help in organising the event.
“I just can’t thank everyone enough for making it such an amazing day.”
The Craigiebank sisters organised the event in the hope that it could become an annual gig in Lynn’s memory.
Lynn’s son-in-law Paddy Brown also played at the concert.
Leigh said: “My mum was always so proud of Paddy and his bands.
“They used to sit and watch music documentaries together all the time.
“It seemed right to hold a gig for her as she loved music.”