The Lemon Tree are preparing for one of the hardest working acts in the UK to appear on their stage.
The band are set to perform on Friday, March 14.
Limehouse Lizzy were accredited for their live shows by the Performing Rights Society, and received their award from PRS Chairman and Ivor Novello award-winning songwriter (Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, Tom Jones) Guy Fletcher OBE.
Known for their shows full of action-packed pyrotechnic-fuelled explosion, Limehouse Lizzy continue to keep the spirit of Celtic rock icon Philip Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy alive, A tribute has been added to the show for the late Gary Moore (ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist and world renowned solo artist) who passed away last year.
The band consists of bassist and vocalist - Wayne Ellis, drummer - Lee Morris, guitarist - Greg Alcock, and newest recruit to the band - Tim Reid.
Reviews have said ‘all the time there is Wayne Ellis, the memory of Thin Lizzy will be kept very much alive’.
Lee has a first class rock pedigree having previously drummed for Marshall Law, Paradise Lost and Danny Vaughn.
Along with appearances with Brian Downey and Brian Robertson from Thin Lizzy, Greg has also worked with punk rock legend Eddie Tenpole and members of UFO, Diamond Head, The Quireboys and Terraplane.
Tim took up guitar playing in an unusual way - he plays a right handed guitar but plays it left handed.
Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets £16.50 from aberdeenperformingarts.com.