March 13, 2013 by alunparry
Radical Folk Gig For The 96
I am proud to be performing an hours set at the radical folk gig for the 96 on Saturday March 30th at The Casa.
The National Union of Teachers is sponsoring this fundraising gig. The event is fringe event of the NUT’s National Conference and is open to the public.
Hillsborough is an issue that means a lot to me and so I have put together a band to accompany me as I want it to be a bit special.
Also on the bill are Gary Kaye and Tracey Curtis.
Gary is based in Leeds and was the driving force behind the recent Union of Folk compilation album that I appeared on.
Liverpool audiences will remember Tracey from her superb performance at my Working Class Music Festival a few years ago. She has a new album out too.
This will be a vibrant night of passionate and committed music and should not be missed. It will also raise money for the Hillsborough Justice Campaign.