FAMILIAR sounding names and some familiar looking jumpsuits will be seen at The Ironworks later this year.
Appearing at the Inverness venue on Saturday October 15, The Sex Pissed Dolls are an all girl rock band who came together at 3am after a drunken night out.
Consisting of Kitty Vacant, Connie Rotter, Jilly Idol, Nancy Doll and Anna Key, they have already completed a full UK tour in 2015 to sensational reviews and have been called one of the best live bands to emerge in recent years, as they recreate the raw passion generated by such bands as The Clash, The Ramones, Blondie, Nirvana and the band that inspired their name, The Sex Pistols.
2016 is shaping up to be an important year for The Sex Pissed Dolls which includes releasing their first album, a book charting their first year on tour, and playing the opening slot at the world famous Isle of Wight Festival in June.
Fans of an earlier era of popular music than punk can look forward to the return to Inverness of Johnny Lee Memphis and his Absolute Elvis tribute show on Saturday July 16.
The Scottish based singer will be appearing with his six-piece JLM Band and displaying the vocal range, stage presence and likeness to the King which earned him the title of World Champion at the Elvis World Cup.
His titles also include Best Vegas Elvis, European Champion Elvis Presley Tribute Artist and the runner-up place in The Images of Elvis contest and he promises The Ironworks two hours of Elvis’s greatest hits from his earliest Sun Records recordings to the Vegas years.
Tickets go on sale on Friday February 26 at 10am.