The Roosters Band Performs at Frampton for Raising Charity Funds
The Roosters music band performed at a stage in Frampton in Burns Night concert at Beckley to raise funds for charity in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Through this concert, the six-member band was able to raise an amount of £480, which they handed over to Macmillan Cancer Support for further helping a new Sussex Cancer Support Centre.
The Roosters supported by local band The Nithings delighted the crowd around 150 people for almost two hours by playing mix of rock, pop and blues and also performed the great hits of Rolling Stones, Eurythmics, Primal Scream, Stray Cats and Queen. Steve Butler, the lead singer of the Roosters, said, “It was a brilliant night with plenty of dancing and singing by an intrigued but raucous crowd”.
Macmillan Cancer Support will support the new Sussex Cancer Support Centre, which helps people by offering specialist information, welfare benefits advice, counseling services, complementary therapies, a hair and wig service, dietary advice, self help and support groups.
The Roosters has performed first time for charity and is very much willing to continue charity in future as well.
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