A successful Aberdeen DJ is to host a lockdown livestream for charity.
DJ HomeAlone is set to perform in living rooms across the country to help raise much needed funds for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS).
The charity supports babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions.
The talented DJ, who supported world-famous rapper Drake as well as Grammy award-winning singer The Weeknd, will host the Lockdown Livestream on Saturday between 3pm and 5pm.
DJ HomeAlone – aka Scott Anderson – said: “It brings me great pleasure to support CHAS. I believe it’s important to acknowledge the valuable work the charity is continuing to do despite the coronavirus pandemic to make sure that children with life-shortening conditions across Scotland are being cared for.”
Those viewing the stream are being asked to donate their ‘door fee’. To donate, click here.
It will be available on his website and also via Twitch.
The in-demand DJ, who is originally from Portlethen, has played to thousands around the world, covering a number of different genres – but particularly a mixture of R‘n’B and hip hop hits.
The Aberdeen DJ played at London’s legendary Ministry of Sound Nightclub, the O2 Arena as well as Ibiza Rocks in San Antonio.
Scott often performs in Aberdeen’s Nox, Siberia, ATIK and Revolution.
DJ HomeAlone has also appeared numerous times on popular UK radio stations including BBC Radio 1XTRA and KISS FM, and performed at Belladrum Festival in Inverness and Wireless Festival in London.
Emma Moore, CHAS community fundraiser, said: “We are so pleased that Scott, and so many other DJs around Scotland, are helping fundraise for CHAS at this challenging time.
“It’s a huge morale boost for us and for the families we support and we can’t thank him enough. Fundraisers like this mean we can keep supporting families who need us now more than ever and we can’t wait to tune in on Saturday!”