PIG IRON AND BLACK STATE HIGHWAY PLAY CHARITY GIG FOR EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS OF JAPAN 27 January 2014
Stoner blues rockers Pig Iron and upcoming rockers Black State Highway will play a special charity gig in London for the victims still affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan three years ago.
Organiser Chizzy says "Almost 3 years ago a big earthquake and tsunami hit Japan and despite the enormous effort and contributions, sadly still many people are suffering in this stricken area. So Teo Torriatte will have an annual charity show at The Intrepid Fox on Thursday 6th March.
"This year Pig Iron will headline the evening, plus Brighton female-fronted hard rockers Black State Highway supporting. Entry is £5 on the door and all proceeds go towards the "Tenohira Ni Taiyo No Ie" project which is a recuperation holiday house for the children and families in the stricken area in Tohoku (North East Japan). Please come along and have a rocking night with us for a great cause! Domo Arigato."
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Both Pig Iron and Black State Highway have just finished recording new albums so expect to hear plenty of new material on the night.
Pig Iron will also be supporting the mighty Uriah Heep two days before at the Stables in Milton Keynes on Tuesday 4th Febuary and later on they will be special guest of Reuben Archer's Personal Sin on Saturday 15th March at the Railway Inn, Bolton.