Bucks Mind to livestream concert this Friday from Aylesbury Vale musician, AMiR

Bucks based singer/songwriter & performer AMiR has been making waves gaining significant support via the release of his debut album ‘ALL OR NOTHING’ over the past year.

Tuesday, 24th November 2020, 11:31 am
Updated Tuesday, 24th November 2020, 11:33 am
Will you be watching AMiR's gig?

In a relatively short time-frame, his music and hard work ethic have taken him to places he never imagined possible, working with Grammy winning producers & gaining regular

support coming from the likes of the BBC Asian Network, Kiss FM, Jo Wiley (BBC Radio 2) and Craig Charles (6Music).

His debut journey as a new artist culminated in an amazing performance at GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL in 2019, which AMiR remarks as, “one of the best days of my life.”

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AMiR has always had a strong personal belief that mental wellbeing should remain a priority and recognises that there will always be bad days, never mind how many good ones there

are too! Having experienced first-hand the damage that remaining silent and not asking for help at desperate times can bring; AMiR’s appreciation of life-line organisations such as

MIND is paramount.

During this second period of ‘Lockdown’ potentially bringing increased loneliness and stress to many people, AMiR has chosen to partner with his local mental health charity Buckinghamshire MIND in the hope not only of raising much needed funds for this essential cause, but also to offer a moment of relief and happiness through his music.

The stream will be free and accessible to anyone with access to the internet.

Donations will be wholly voluntary, and all proceeds collected will go 100% towards the charity.

Speaking to the Bucks Herald, AMiR said: “Mental health awareness and wellbeing is more important now than ever.

"I have lost friends and family who have struggled with depression and have also seen my friends come out the other side with a new lease of life due to charities like Bucks Mind.

"Music and performance is my life, and because of not having any live shows this year, I’ve also struggled with my own mental health at times. Having this show to look forward to brings a great deal of uplift & excitement to me, and I sincerely hope it will do so for others as well.”

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