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4th July 2017

dad charity event

Eric Bell, founding member of Thin Lizzy, will play a special event at London's The Lounge in Archway with his band on Sunday September 3rd 2017.

Now, members of the audience on the night will have the chance of winning a fabulous prize of spending a day with Eric and attending a private champagne launch party for his new album with accommodation for two included, worth over £850.

Eric is holding a private champagne launch for his new album and you and a friend will have the chance to spend the day with him and be the first to listen to the newly mastered tracks. Eric will be picking up his guitar during the day for an intimate showcase. Accommodation for two is also included.

There will also be three other raffle prizes on the night so keep a look out for more announcements soon.

Eric will be supported on stage by rising stars Gypsy Heart and a blues jam starring Henry Rogers, Chris Clark, Heather Leoni - with more names to be announced soon.

The show kicks off at 6.00pm with live music till 10.30pm, plus a late bar and DJs till midnight.

The first fifty Standard and Super tickets bought from come with a free raffle ticket - so get yours today.

The evening is presented by TotalRock Radio & Drums And Disabilities and Eric's band will be supported by GypsyHeart, as well as a very special blues-jam featuring Henry Rogers, Christopher Clark from Hunter & The Bear and Heather Leoni.

It's all in aid of the D.A.D. Program and it's outstanding work and kicks off at 6.00pm with live music untill 10.00pm. There's a raffle, late bar and DJs untill midnight.

Drums And Disabilities is a non-profit organization that pioneered the Healing Art of Drum Therapy. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his Administration and the New Jersey Department of Education Commissioner helped celebrate and launch D.A.D. throughout New Jersey and New York City in 2004.

The organistaion was founded by drum Virtuoso Pat Gesualdo, who is also the founder and CEO of the Hall Of Heavy Metal History.

Psychologists, doctors, law enforcement agencies, neuroscientists, special needs therapists, child protection service agencies, teachers and United States Governmental agencies use D.A.D.'s pioneering drum therapy techniques in schools, hospitals, military bases, health facilities and community centres in over fifteen countries.

The 3rd September event is sponsored by, Sabian, K-Town Studios and Mighty Music. Tickets are available right here.

Get involved with the Facebook event right here.


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