David Starr, a talented American singer-songwriter, performed at the venue for the third time, bringing his uplifting music to a sold-out crowd of 50 people.
The concert was not only a musical delight but also a charitable event to support children caught up in the refugee crisis. The organizers, Louise Edwards and her husband Gareth collected money for the cause, and David generously offered to donate his fee as well. As a result, the charity benefited from a total of £700, which will be used to buy clothes and shoes for refugee children.
David Starr’s music is captivating and full of emotion, which has earned him the praise of industry giants like John Oats of Hall and Oats. As John once said, “His music is authentic, his songs are honest, full of emotion and truth. A voice you will never forget.”
David’s connection with The Tin Shed runs deep, and even during the lockdown, he performed an online fundraising concert for the venue.
The concert ended with a standing ovation and an encore, leaving the audience wanting more. David expressed his love for performing in such intimate venues and asked the crowd if they would have him back next year, to which the answer was a resounding YES!
I highly recommend attending one of David Starr’s concerts if you have the opportunity.
His 2023 UK tour continues with appearances at various locations, including Grateful Fred’s in Southport on May 3rd, The Georgian Hotel in Coatbridge on May 4th, Crystal House Strathpeffer on May 5th, and The Invernairne in Nairn on May 6th.