Live music is on offer at an unusual location north of Largs as part of a charity fundraiser.

Songs of Love and Lust, Humour and Hardship, Wisdom and Whisky from Scotland – and beyond - is taking place at Knock Castle on Sunday 24 February at 3pm.

The group 'Hazy Days and Nights' apply traditional Scottish textures to a variety of musical genres.

With fine lyrics and catchy tunes offer an oasis of easy-on-the-ear music – a refuge from a world of shrieking chaos!

Their sets include classic pops with a little Country & Western, some American, Caribbean and Latin-American numbers, a spot of Scottish, Irish and English folk and a few gems in other European languages.

Largs and Millport Weekly News:

The core band comprises lead singers Mhairi Wilson and Davy Andrews, accompanied by Sagnick Mukherjee on violin, mandolin and ukulele, Stephen Quinn on acoustic guitar and Craig Harrison on electric guitar./

Fairlie man Davy, who is a former tv producer of Channel Four's Brookside, can be contacted regarding tickets at or you can phone 673644 - tickets are £12.50 and you can also pay at the door.

Enter the castle via the West Gate, 2.2 miles north of Largs via the A78.

Profits are in aid of Children's Classic Concerts.