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Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Musicians Against Homelessness - Royal Bedding Day



In 2016 Ralph responded to the clarion call by Alan McGee and Musicians Against Homelessness, organising an all-day music event in Zoo Bar, St Helens with a stellar line-up of local talent. 

As most will be aware by now the redoubtable Jack Russell that was Ralph sadly developed cancer and passed away last year so there was no Ralph's Life event.

Well young Brian has now joined the team as the face of Ralph's Life and he's stepping up to the plate to organise another Musicians Against Homelessness event as part of their Royal Bedding Day campaign.



Early-bird ticket link: Brian's All-Dayer




"In response to the recent news that the streets of Windsor will be cleared of homeless people MAH announce THE ROYAL BEDDING DAY on the same day as the royal wedding. We ask all of our supporters and friends to join us in putting on as many music events as possible across England, Scotland and Wales to support homeless people and to make a lot of noise!

This is a call to put the focus on the poorest in our society; the number of homeless people on our streets is rapidly escalating and it’s a national disgrace. Thousands and thousands of people are in desperate situations with a recent report stating that one in every 200 people are classed as homeless or living in unsuitable accommodation."



Early-bird ticket link: Brian's All-Dayer




At the time of writing 8 bands/artistes have already committed to playing at a venue to be decided and announcements will be forthcoming as to the full line-up, venue, ticket link and set times in the near future. 

A portion of the funds raised will be going to the local homelessness charity Teardrops who do amazing and tireless work in St Helens to support homeless people.

If you would like to have the opportunity to perform get in touch with Brian via ralphslife@mail.com.



Early-bird ticket link: Brian's All-Dayer



Bands/artistes already committed to playing on Royal Bedding Day in St Helens are as  follows...


Image may contain: 1 person, on stage, playing a musical instrument and guitar

Olivia Parr is a hugely talented young songstress from St Helens who has only just started out on her journey as a songwriter. Her vocals have delighted audiences locally, including a performance at Ralph's International Day Of Happiness event in Central Library, St Helens last year. She's gonna be a star!







Image may contain: 1 person, playing a musical instrument and guitarStu Oggy is a stalwart of the St Helens music scene not only singing solo but as front man of Titors Insignia who have previously donated their time by playing for Ralph's Life at a charity event for mental illness awareness in London's proud Camden and also for Musicians Against Homelessness in their hometown venue, the late lamented Zoo Bar in 2016.


Stu has fronted bands for nearly 20 years now and has decided to plow his own furrow as a solo artiste. We're delighted that he has agreed to deliver his unique gravelly rock tones to the crowd at Brian's Musicians Against Homelessness event in the Ruskins Club Percival Suite..







Early-bird ticket link: Brian's All-Dayer