Articles tagged with: Teenage Cancer Trust
Glenn Hughes with Ian Paice -Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards – Roundhouse London, November 9th 2011.
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Black Country Communion, The Who, Deep Purple and Jeff Beck were amongst the winners at last night’s annual Classic Rock Roll of Honour Awards at the Roundhouse in London hosted by Kiss legend Gene Simmons.
Glenn Hughes was in attendance ahead of his UK tour next week. ‘’It’s only taken me 50 years to get a Breakthough award!’ he told me before accepting the aforementioned …
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Above: The Who and guests – March 30th 2010 photo Gary Foy.
On Saturday November 3rd 1973, I went into Harlequin Records in Bedford and purchased the just released double album by The Who titled Quadrophenia.
Getting it home and glancing through the bleak sleeve booklet with it’s stark black and white images depicting the life of Jimmy the Mod, I knew this was no ordinary record. The music throughout the four sides captured The Who with power, compassion and intensity. Back then the Quadrophenia themes of adolescent isolation, despair and redemption resonated …
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On Easter Monday (April 5th) at 6pm ITV2 are screening an hour long special of highlights from the week of Teenage Cancer Trust shows. For backstage snippets and comments on the week of concerts visit
* It was reported that Jimmy Page was in attendance with his children at the JLS Teenage Cancer Trust concert last Sunday.
John Paul Jones made a triumphant return to the scene of one of Led Zeppelin’s greatest performances as Them Crooked Vultures stormed the Royal Albert Hall in London last night.
Patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust Roger Daltrey set the tone for this tenth series of admirable shows with an impassioned speech regarding the charity’s achievements over the past decade. Acknowledging the musical feast ahead he commented ‘’I know Them Crooked Vultures are going to be great with somebody who was once in Nirvana and John Paul Jones who everyone knows …
Them Crooked Vultures are confirmed as one of the string of acts due to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall.
The band will perform at the famous London venue in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust on Monday March 22nd. Tickets go on sale on Friday February 5th and can be purchased from the following sites
http://www.royalalberthall.com/ / 0845 401 5030
http://www.seetickets.com/gat/index.asp / 0871 230 7136
For more information go to www.teenagecancertrust.org