OriginalRock.net have announced three more acts for their upcoming online charity in aid of Pancreatic Cancer UK live onfacebook.com/OriginalRock247on Sunday 15th November 2020 (6pm – 9.30pm GMT)! You can donate now and throughout the evening using this Virgin Money link
Alongside the already announced Season of Ghosts, Noush Skaugen, Animalweapon and The Neverlutionaries, OriginalRock.net have are delighted to announce that The Trusted, TV People and Abby K have all been announced! Join the Facebook eventfor updated info!(https://www.facebook.com/events/edit/1405148879876847)
Rising Dublin indie-punks TV People recently drop their final single of the year ‘String’ tomorrow (13th November) and they’ve had a really great year this year, picking up radio play from BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, RTE and loads more! Joining forces with Dan Doherty at Darklands Audio (Fontaines D.C., Vulpynes) and Christian Wright at Abbey Road Studios (Radiohead, Blur, LCD Soundsystem) the Dublin outfit are taking on 2020 with force; building a name for themselves as the latest in a wave of talent bursting out of Dublin. The set will see Brendan Clarke perform a special performance for the charity event.
17-year-old bassist, songwriter and singer from Mooresville, North Carolina, Abby K will also be joining the line up and recently released her new single ‘I Thought That I Loved You’. Abby K has had a strong passion for music since a young age, and began playing during her early teenage years. Her father greatly impacted her musical taste by exposing her to classic and hard rock early on.
Southend-on-Sea natives The Trusted have also been added to the line up as lead singer Tom Cunningham will be performing a stripped back set on the night. Their latest EP ‘Love And Suicide’ is a mini collection of songs about raw human emotions and trying to define one’s sense of purpose in this complicated world.
All money raised on the day will be going directly to Pancreatic Cancer UK, a charity which is close to OriginalRock.net’s hearts. OriginalRock.net writer Zoe Marchment recently has been told that she has now got type 4 pancreatic cancer and has been given 6 months – 1 year to live. The charity event was originally going to take place next year to celebrate Zoe being 2 years cancer free but unfortunately the cancer has spread. Small Pond Records have teamed up with us also to give away a Bitch Falcon package including a vinyl and t-shirt which will be given to one lucky winner who donates one the night. Pancreatic Cancer UK sits at the heart of a community of people with personal and professional experience of pancreatic cancer