Ace organisation Manchester and Cheshire Musicians Against Homelessness are putting on a gig next Sunday 28th October, at the Eagle Inn, with three great acts and all proceeds going to Crisis.
The Big Peach describe themselves as 'five rock n roll outlaws...if you're a fan of good music, vintage rock n roll, swirling guitar riffs and effortless melodies then look no further'; while Broomhead are a five piece alt-rock outfit with their own unique sound who 'sing, create and play with such passion', and Dave O'Keefe, is an up and coming singer songwriter.
"All the musicians involved are local from the Manchester area and would love your support" says Angela Moore who is hosting the event "The campaign was launched three years ago with the dual aims of raising funds and awareness for the homelessness charity Crisis UK and to promote local talent and venues. Our patron is Alan McGee of Creation Records who signed Oasis."
Manchester and Cheshire Musicians Against Homelessness
Sunday 28th October 7pm
19 Collier Street, M3 7DW
Entry is by donation and all proceeds go to Crisis
For further details see the Facebook event page – click here