Street Level Step In

16 July 2014

SOUL and Motown band Street Level will be taking to the stage for Wigan and Leigh Hospice on Saturday (July 19th).

The six-piece band has stepped in to play at the Voices for Hospice Concert at Robin Park Arena in place of Fourth Level who sadly cannot play due to unforeseen circumstances.

Street Level delighted the audience at the Pearl Anniversary concert in 2013 which celebrated 30 years of Hospice care.

Organised by Wigan and Leigh Hospice the concert will feature professional musicians from across the borough including Wigan legend John Martin - owner and singer at the former Riverside Club.

The concert also features classically trained singer Janette Monroe, swing singer Scott Chapman and Robbie Williams tribute act Lee Michaels.

It will be hosted by BBC North West Tonight correspondent Dave Guest and tickets will be available on the door priced at £15.

Fundraising Manager, Maxine Armstrong, said: "We are tremendously grateful to Street Level for stepping in to play our concert and make it a night to remember. They brought the house down last year and were a huge hit at our Woodland Ball."

Janette Monroe has previously performed with Russell Watson and The London Philharmonic Orchestra and has a repertoire covering classical to musical theatre to current chart hits.

Scott Chapman will present American swing classics as well as modern swing and jazz songs by artists such as Michael Buble and Harry Connick Jr.

Hindley-based LeisureTec UK Ltd will be providing sound and lighting as well as technical expertise.

Tickets are also available from the Hotline 01942 524204, from the Wigan and Leigh Hospice fundraising team on 01942 525566 or m.armstrong@wlh.org.uk

 

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