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Monday, 04 March 2024 08:42

Mayor's Charity Music Night at the SCC on Friday 8th March

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The next Music Night at Sunbury Cricket Club is on Friday 8th March and is the now-traditional annual event in aid of The Mayor of Spelthorne’s Charities, featuring the Club's house band, THE CHAIN GANG.

This year’s Mayor is Cllr. Denise Saliagopoulos, a councillor for Riverside & Laleham, whose charities are Daybreak Respite Care at St. Peter’s Church, Staines, and the Jasmine Suite, the Ashford & St. Peter’s Breast Cancer Unit.

As ever, the Club has assembled the great and good of our local musicians collective led by Music Night organiser Paul Watts, under their customary name of THE CHAIN GANG in honour of the Mayor’s chain of office, to give their services free to perform what will be a great night of 60s, rock ‘n’ roll, blues, country and rock classics.

This year’s line-up features Karl Green, the former original and long-time bass player in Herman’s Hermits, along with guitarists Gerry Cook from Matrix, Mark Doyle from the Marshall Taylor Band and Tim Renton from 3AM, plus bass players Martin House from Matrix and Roger Harding from the Thames TV Big Band, drummer Stephane Booroff from Sky High and The Escorts, and formerly with Edison Lighthouse, and harmonica wizard Geoff Forester, who has played with numerous blues luminaries.

All proceeds go to the Mayor’s Charities, and we look forward to a bumper crowd for a fun community night to raise as much as we can for two very good causes.

It's £10.00 on the door payable by cash or card. Hot food will be available as usual from about 6.30pm, and the band will be on stage at 8.30pm.

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