Bwani Junction perform 150m high on Forth Road Bridge
Young Scottish band Bwani Junction recently played a short acoustic set for the workers at the very top of the Forth Road Bridge, over 150 metres above the Firth of Forth in advance of The Forth Bridges Festival 2014.
The 10 day programme of events (4-13 September) is in honour of the Forth Road Bridge’s 50th birthday and is a signature event in the Year of Homecoming Scotland 2014.
The hotly-tipped local band will be staging a spectacular Queensferry concert during the festival, including their popular signature tune 'Two Bridges'.
Lead singer Rory Fairweather said, "having played on the rail bridge last year, we had to do the road bridge too when the chance came along".
With a new single called 'Borneo' soon to be released Bwani Junction also have dates coming up in Malawi and Vietnam.
7th August 2013
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