TALENTED sisters Alison and Fiona McNeill enjoyed hitting the right note for Inverclyde’s arts festival.
The pair from Gourock each have a band and took part in musical events at the Myths and Legends event at the weekend.
Fiona’s group Artos was among musicians who took part in the Buskers’ Fair in the Oak Mall shopping centre. Artos delighted the crowd outside Rhythmic Records with their trendy folk music.
Fiona said: "It was a wonderful opportunity to play at such an event and to help raise money for the new Arts Guild. Hopefully one day my band will play there."
Alison McNeill's Ceilidh Band, pictured, which Fiona also plays in, livened up the crowd when they performed on the big stage at Clyde Square. Alison has represented Inverclyde near and far since the age of 13.
The Wherries closed Saturday's event by firstly paying tribute to their friend and band member, Robert Platt, who died last week.[Click for tribute]. They went on to play favourite songs and then invited Alison to accompany them for their final three numbers.
On Sunday evening the finale of the festival was opened by Alison McNeill's Ceilidh Band who had everyone dancing in the marquee at Victoria Harbour with Scottish and Irish jigs, reels and even Russian folk music to get the crowd in the mood for the fantastic firework display.