A young Peterhead musician has been nominated in the 'One to Watch' category at this year's Pride of Aberdeen Awards
Marc Culley (20), began playing gigs in 2014 at “Dangerous Club” gig nights at Harbour Lights, organised by Billy Sangster.
After playing in the famous Manchester venue "Night and Day Cafe" Marc was asked to support Manchester legend Shaun Ryder’s band Black Grape at the Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen on their 20th Anniversary Tour (Marc also travelled up to Shetland to support them but the gig was cancelled due to bad weather).
He has also supported Sergeant, Alias Kid, Winachi Tribe, Modern Faces, Hurricane #1, in various venues in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Manchester
Earlier this year Mar won a “Best of Buchan” award for “Musician of the Year”
He released his debut single “Babylon” earlier this year alongside a video for the track which can be found on all major music sites and youtube
Marc has played a few times at “March of the Mods” gigs in Aberdeen and Hartlepool along side many ither amazing bands such as Target 5 to help raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust. Aside from this he has been playing many normal gigs in and around Aberdeen getting his music out as much as possible
Marc recently performed at The Jailhouse Rock Event to more than 1,500 people at Peterhead Prison Museum.
He has now been nominated for a Pride of Aberdeen award in the 'One to Watch' category and will be attending the awards, which will be held at AECC on November 12.
If you would like to vote for Marc, this can be done at www.prideofaberdeenawards.com