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Guest Performer at Hogmanay Gig Visits Stonehaven and Wants to Stay
Stonehaven is THE place to be at Hogmanay
Emily Middlemas, who is on the bill for the Open Air in the Square gig in Stonehaven on Hogmanay paid her first visit to Stonehaven today 17th December 2014. She said " It's a lovely place and I want to stay here"
Emily and her mum Lisa were shown round Stonehaven by Ruby Buchanan from the OAITS committee while she was in town to promote sales for the remaining tickets for the Hogmanay Show with Headline act Human League, and folk legends The Peatbog Faeries plus for the young ones Emily and Scots singer/songwriter Carrie Mac.
She was welcomed on to the Stonehaven Land Train by Santa and you could see how thrilled she was. She just can't wait to return for the Hogmanay gig.
Some tickets are still available locally at Ma Simpsons Music Shop or online at www.oaits.org
People are travelling from all over the UK and abroad to be in Stonehaven over New Year.A spokesman said the local people have been a bit slow in getting their tickets.
If you have not got tickets yet you are advised to book NOW.
For more details and online tickets see: www.oaits.org
Tickets are also on sale at Ma Simpson's Music Shop, Evan Street, Stonehaven.
About Emily Middlemas
Schoolgirl Emily was only 15 when she lost out on a spot in Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s Girls category at the Live Shows despite being singled out for praise by Simon Cowell and Tinie Tempah. After Emily gave a pitch-perfect performance of One Direction’s Story of My Life, as she sang for Cheryl and Tinie, the rapper said: “At this stage, where she is now, it’s more effort than I’ve seen some of the other girls making. I’d say she’s probably my favourite.” Cheryl said: “You are going to be a star, I have no doubt.” When Emily sang Cher Lloyd’s Want U Back, Simon Cowell told her: “You could be one of the really good ones we found this year.” Singer and guitarist Emily, a pupil at Woodfarm High in Glasgow, beat 9,000 hopefuls to win TeenStar at Birmingham’s NEC in July, performing her own song Goodnight Kiss. As well as her TeenStar triumph, Emily ran a benefit gig for victims of the Clutha bar Glasgow helicopter crash tragedy.