ALI MAAS & MICKY MOODY BAND AND ROMEO'S DAUGHTER TO HEADLINE CANCER ON THE ROCKS IN LONDON THIS MONTH

4th November 2019

cancer on the rocks

The Ali Maas & Micky Moody Band and Romeo's Daughter headline Cancer On The Rocks, a two day festival in aid of Macmillan UK and The Royal Marsden Hospital, taking place for the first time this year in London on November 23rd and 24th.

The brainchild of Skyfire Promotions supremo Rick Palin, Cancer On The Rocks, takes place at Bush Hall in Shepherd's Bush after previously been successfully staged in the north of England.

Explaining the reason behind the event, Rick tells us: "We've all lost people we know to cancer and Macmillan do an incredible job. I know first-hand from the support they gave my own family. I wanted to give something back.

"But Cancer On The Rocks is not just about fund raising it is about celebrating life too. And what better medium to celebrate life with than music."

Joining Saturday headliners Romeo's Daughter are upcoming rockers Collateral who recently toured with Jon Bon Jovi, Weapon UK, Gypsy's Kiss and Blurred Vision, who appeared at this year's Download festival and are already announced for next year's Rambin' Man Fare, as well as already doing their own bit for charity with last month's John Lennon tribute concert in aid of War Child.

The Ali Maas & Micky Moody Band always delight audiences with their own material, as well as unique takes on Whitesnake classics that original guitarist Micky played a major part in creating. 'Lovehunter' was released on October 1st 1979 and 'Ready an' Willing' was recorded in December 1979 so expect many crowd-pleasing surprises.

Sunday's bill also includes the award winning Never The Bride, Piston, who recently toured with The Cult, JOANovARC, Superfecta, Willie Bo Walker, Asif Outlaws, Lol Goodman and Found Missing.

Tickets are on sale now right here priced £30 for Saturday, £30 for Sunday and £45 for a weekend ticket. All tickets purchased before 8th November include a free t-shirt.

 

 

 

 

 



 

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