FAT Cops, Glasgow's newest and most eclectic mix of star-studded musicians, are headlining Nordoff Robbin's annual GET LOUD series along with Graham Skinner this month. 

The group had their first headline gig earlier in The Admiral this summer, and is comprised of The Pub Landlord comic Al Murray,  journalist and head of think tank Reform Scotland Chris Deerin, Doctor and husband of JK Rowling Neil Murray, Scottish journalist Euan McColm, IT manager Chris Ayre and Bobby Bluebell, former guitarist and songwriter of The Bluebells who wrote smash hit 'Young at Heart'. 

This month G2 at The Garage as part of the 12 gigs in 9 cities and 1 day all held on the 25th of September to raise money for Nordoff Robbins. 

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Graham Skinner will also play in Glasgow, in a venue still to be confirmed. Other acts playing across the country include Louise Redknapp and Scouting for Girls in London, as well as Frank Turner in Portsmouth and Sigala in Liverpool. 

Nordoff Robbins, the UK's largest independent music therapy charity, works across the country to offer support and services in over 200 organisations. Championing the use of music therapy with sufferers of dementia, anxiety and depression, the GET LOUD series of gigs raises vital awareness of the importance of music. 

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Although previously seen as a comedical musical interlude, Fat Cops released their debut self-titled album in March this year. Describing their music “hip-shakin’, garage-groovin’, punk-glam chaos”, the ten tracks recorded during the Beast from the East explore aging and masculinity. 

Murray said: “The songs are about masculinity in the modern age, especially for older guys who should know who they are but find the world changing around them.“It’s not just a record for middle-aged men, though. It’s for anyone with disposable income.”

Tickets for Get Loud are £10 per gig. Previous supporters are Tinie Tempah, Squeeze, Anne-Marie and Everything Everything.

More info here: www.GetLoud.org.uk