A CHARITY gig in memory of a Dunfermline musician will take place this Sunday.

The annual event has been organised by Billy George, a member of the band, Honk, in memory of his ex-bandmate and friend, Alan 'Leroy' Bedborough.

After a two-year break, the concert will return this weekend to finally commemorate it's 25th anniversary.

Billy said: "We started 27 years ago when my friend Alan Bedborough passed away with a congenital heart condition at 30-years-old.

"From then, we decided to do one gig and it has since become an institution.

"There are 15 acts, so a lot of organisation has gone into it, and a lot of work on the day."

Leroy Day will be held this Sunday at PJ Molloy's where the first band will kick-off celebrations at 3pm.

"It has never not been busy regardless of where we have held it," Billy added. "PJs seems like the natural home because of the facilities they have in place.

"I am looking forward to it, we have not had it for the last two years and this will be like a late 25th anniversary.

"A lot of the bands have been constants, Honk will be making an appearance, it is probably the only gig we do each year!"

Doors open at 2.30pm and tickets will be £10 on the door.

All money raised will go to the Sommerville Foundation, who support people with congenital heart conditions.