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Hope to see you at what promises to be a monster afternoon with all the monies collected being donated to.There will be NO raffle and NO auction so best save all your change for the buckets that will be going round in the hands of big gadgies (and gadgettes) throughout the event.
), the Centre may just be able to afford a massive black backdrop.Anyone who ever met or knew Roddy, instantly recognised this man's passion for rock music. This is a fantastic moment for people to come together and show their support, as he'll be so sorely missed from the stages of the North East.All proceeds going to The Roddy B Fund to be distributed as bursaries to young musicians.The tickets are available now for 5 from The Cluny1 or contact me by email and we can sort out Pay Pal, posting and any other queries you may have.Contact me at :- [email protected] The Cluny1 is way down East on the Ouseburn Delta at Newcastle's historic Quayside.And no, a tin of black paint will not suffice, as the venue hosts lots of other events.
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) arranged by Ambulance Service for local charities. , who unfortunately passed away in early October this year.
After a wide range of good time material...it's a Xmas Party. Known to his friends as Roddy B, this Brazilian born singer came to this country to follow his dream of performing in the UK.
His distinctive power-house vocal style got him the attention of local musicians and eventually landed him the lead singer in , which he held for the last few years of the band's existence.
Since then he had been involved with several bands, some covers acts, some doing original material, yet always done to high standard with his trademark Brazilian passion stamped all over it.
This will be the last music event I organise as I'm too owld for this game now so please can you tell all your mates, a Face Book page has been set up as well :- https:// Well, Riffs has said it before and there's no chance of an apology for saying it again: getting the lads together, humping all the gear to the gig, setting it all up, soundchecking, not to mention having to do it with people (and other bands) milling about, and then after the gig (when you are tired, hungry and just thinking of your nice, warm bed) stripping down the gear, humping back on to whatever transport you are lucky enough to have, getting home and checking your pocket to find you have - oh yeah, f**k all!!