A north-east guidance teacher is entertaining crowds of up to 200 people with live music during lockdown, while raising funds for two local charities.
Alan Reid, also known as Bundy, has been performing from his garage in Fraserburgh.
The 36-year-old musician, who works at Mintlaw Academy, did his first show on the day lockdown was announced and decided to keep going after being overwhelmed by positive feedback.
He said: “I take a day off on Friday and Sundays, I do a three hour gig on Saturdays and do maybe three or four songs during the week.
“It’s been really good so far, people have been putting in requests and some have said it’s something they look forward to every week. It’s been a good way to keep me sane throughout this too.”
Viewers can watch live on Facebook and Mr Reid says requests are welcome.
He added: “My initial target was to raise £500 to split between the Salvation Army and the Fraserburgh Community Heart group, who help elderly and vulnerable people in self isolation.”
However, within its first few days, the page reached almost £1,000.
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