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Bring It All Home is a celebration of songwriting inspired by the legacy of Paisley’s Gerry Rafferty, one of the world’s most respected songwriters.

Bring it All Home is a three-day spectacular for artists, musicians, performers and anyone who just loves music.

The town will be a-buzzing when the festival kicks off with an unmissable FREE music conference with star-studded speakers including the managers of Biffy Clyro and Prides; the Belladrum, Celtic Connections, Heb Celt, Edinburgh Fringe and Wickerman festivals.

There is also a series of free masterclasses with Horse McDonald and James Grant. These intimate sessions are a fantastic opportunity to learn direct from these brilliant artists.

Plus, Youth Music Day is a real treat for aspiring and keen musicians alike. Featuring Kerr Okan of The LaFontaines, Miaoux Miaoux, Louie of Hector Bizerk, Ally McCrae and Emma Pollock, all to help youth music get off the ground.

Deacon Blue singer Ricky Ross will reveal all about the band and his solo career in a conversation with radio and TV presenter Bryan Burnett.

And to top it all off, flagship concert A Celebration of Scottish Songwriting in Paisley Town Hall will feature top acts Dougie MacLean, Justin Currie and Eddi Reader, plus celebrated talent Findlay Napier, Emma Pollock and Paisley’s own Michael Cassidy.

Also, get a free tour round Paisley’s newest recording studio Brick Lane. It’s a chance to get a sneak peek ahead of The Spree competition with Danny Kyle to win 8 hours recording time at the studio.

It’s all in celebration of Scotland as a creative nation.

Bring it All Home is supported by Renfrewshire Council.

For more information about the festival, email or call the box office on 0300 300 1210.