Scottish rock singer Ricky Ross will visit Neston later this year ahead of the release of his newly published memoir and solo album.

Ross has had a 35-year career in music as a songwriter and lead singer for one of Scotland’s best-loved and most successful bands Deacon Blue.

As well as releasing his autobiography ‘Walking Back Home’, Ross releases his 8th solo album, Short Stories Vol.2.

The album and book tour will run this autumn, with Ricky performing songs from across his carer and sharing personal stories from his memoir.

The organisers of the Neston event, Linghams, have warned that “this will sell out very quickly”.

‘Walking Back Home’ details Ricky’s years growing up in Dundee along with his early start in music and extraordinary success of Deacon Blue.

Wirral Globe:

Ricky said: “I’ve always been interested in telling stories. Most of the stories have become songs but some stories take a little longer. I hope people might enjoy the stories as much as I have enjoyed writing them down.”

Tickets are £20 which includes a copy of the book, or £10, which is redeemable against the cost of the book, when purchased at the event.

The event will take place at The Neston Club, Parkgate on 2nd August at 7pm.

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