SPOTT Village Hall will welcome live music again this month after a hiatus due to Covid-19.

The Spott Sessions started in 2018, bringing traditional music from various genres to the village hall and giving locals the opportunity to enjoy a range of bands and artists.

Previous artists include folk singer Hannah Rarity, musician Anna Massie, folk band Gnoss and folk quartet Westward The Light.

The Sessions return for the autumn with the Tenement Jazz Band, who will be performing on September 24 from 8pm to 10pm.

The Tenement Jazz band are a traditional jazz band from Edinburgh, brought together by their love of New Orleans music.

Tickets for the event are free but donations are welcome to help support the village hall.

Next month will see folk group Assynt (pictured below) perform on October 21 from 8pm to 10pm, with tickets costing £12.50.

The Tenement Jazz Band will perform on September 24

Assynt are former BBC Radio Scotland Young Musician of the Year finalists, who won The Up and Coming Artist of the Year award at the Scots Trad Music Awards in 2018.

Go to the Spott Village Hall website at spottvillage.org.uk/whats-on/category/featured-event for tickets.