Post Office’s very own in-house band the Old Street Rockers, AKA Kevin Gilliland, Drew McBride and Alan Taylor1, recently rocked the Shoreditch rafters in aid of a great cause.
The Communications and Public Affairs team’s Your Charity cause, The Choir With No Name, benefited to the tune of £3,127 as a result of the gig at Concrete.
The band owes a big debt to the special guest sponsored performers who went way outside their comfort zone for the charity.
- Mark Davies reliving the halcyon days of the late 70s/early 80s on I Fought The Law and Pretty in Pink, accompanied by David Hussey on the drums;
- Neil Hayward’s rousing cover of David Bowie’s Heroes and the awesome Total Eclipse of the Heart duet with Alana Renner - Bonnie Tyler eat your heart out!
- Bolton’s finest Pam Heap not only raised tons but also absolutely smashed Stuck in the Middle With You; audience favourite Eddie Bowden’s I’m A Believer poptastic debut and not forgetting
- George Thomson whipping the crowd into a frenzy on Glad All Over.
Thanks also to John Lambert and Stef & Adel from CWNN for their top turns.
A huge thanks once again for your support. Here’s to the next one!
If you want to find out more about the Choir With No Name, click here.
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