NARSA 2020 Master of Ceremony
We are delighted to announce that David Edgar is confirmed as our Master of Ceremonies for NARSA 2020!! For those who attended the 2018 Convention in Calgary, you’ll remember David’s attendance, social media support, and tremendous live show he hosted in the Palomino pub at the Sunday leaving doo.
We’re very fortunate at NARSA to be able to call upon a diverse array of the Rangers community to fulfill the Master of Ceremonies role at our annual conventions, and adding David Edgar to our MC alumni is a brilliant add for us and for NARSA 2020. David’s background with the Rangers Supporters Trust, and the tremendous work he has done with his team on the Heart and Hand Podcast makes him a great addition to our convention team for San Francisco. We introduced David and the Heart and Hand Podcast to the NARSA community at the 2018 convention in Calgary and look forward to welcoming him back to enhance our event in 2020. – Gary Gillan
A lifelong Rangers fan, who has never been shy in publicly demonstrating his support for our club, David was the Spokesman and Vice-Chairman of the Rangers Supporters Trust between 2005 and 2010.
In 2010, he started the Heart and Hand Podcast which has grown to become the No. 1 Rangers podcast with around 120,000 downloads each week. In 2017, Heart and Hand introduced its subscription service. With over 4,000 subscribers, the service now offers up to five shows every day and continues to grow.
David and the Heart and Hand team have played Live Shows all over the world, including 10 sold out nights (and counting) at Ibrox Stadium.
David is also the author of ‘21st Century Blue: Being a Bear in the Modern World’.
We can’t wait to work with David in promoting our event and getting ready for what is going to be a fantastic event in San Francisco.
You can connect with David on Twitter here: @ibroxrocks