Singer/songwriter Anne Renshaw is the proud owner of a free bus pass – and she’s even penned a song about the No 37 which runs between Penicuik and Silverknowes.
The musician will feature the song when she makes her debut at The Acoustic Music Centre @ St Bride’s in the Edinburgh Fringe on August 11 (7.30pm).
Her appearance will be the latest in a string of successes since her early retirement.
Anne has received much acclaim for her work, most notably The Slender Tree, which won Edinburgh Folk Club’s Audience Quaich.
Anne sings at the Scots Music Group’s popular Cafe Ceilidh daytime sessions, some of which are held at The Scottish Storytelling Centre in the High Street, Edinburgh.
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