ONE of Scotland's top songwriters is heading to Irvine's Harbour Arts Centre next month.

Steve Grozier has earned comparisons with Neil Young, Bob Dylan and Townes Van Zandt and his debut album All That's Been Lost garnered worldwide attention from fans and critics

The acclaimed writer has performed with some of the biggest names in Americana, folk-rock, and alt-country pioneers such as Blitzen Trapper, Buck Meek (Big Thief) and Joe Pug.

He was a BBC featured artist at the Edinburgh Festival, an Americana Music Association showcase performer and hasd become a regular artist at Celtic Connections.

Fans can join him for an intimate acoustic show at the Harbour Arts Centre on Friday, September 15 as he celebrates the release of his new EP ‘Hidden Lane’ - with a support slot from Ayrshire's very own Katee Kross.

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