MARTIN MULLADY is to headline a showcase of Wee County music in Sauchie later this year.

The singer kickstarted his solo career earlier this year and is preparing to release his third solo single later this month.

Formerly of Built on Tradition, the Fishcross man unveiled Moving and How Long recently, with Little Changes set for release this week.

He will take to the stage at The Oakwood on November 12, with support coming from Tonto and Deltamanic.

With all three bands coming from Clackmannanshire, the Sauchie gig is a bit of revival of the shows that used to be much more common in the area.

Mullady told the Advertiser: "Local shows used to happen a lot – but not so much anymore. Those nights were brilliant but it all died off a bit.

"This show in November might not be bringing that sort of thing back permanently, but it'll be nice to do it once again.

"The want for shows like that is still there, so we want to make that happen and to give back a little something for all the support local folk have given all the bands.

"That was the thinking behind The Oakwood show and tickets are flying out the door for that one."

Mullady returned to the live scene with a support slot at The Tolbooth in Stirling, and performed at the Record Store Day at Europa Music recently.

He will warm up for the November show with a slot at Vibration Festival in September and will also play an acoustic in support of Deltamanic this Saturday at the Royal Oak in Alloa.

That show comes just a day after the release of his track Little Changes, out on Friday, May 13.

Of the new tune, Mullady said: "I am proud of this one – it's dead catchy; it has a nice, few sing-along bits for people, and always seems to go down well live.

"It's a bit of everything rolled into one. So, can't wait for it to be out."

For more information, follow the singer on Twitter (@Mullady_Martin) or Instagram (@MartinMullady).