Ramirez tops bill at charity night
Published at 13:10, Thursday, 05 November 2009
RAMIREZ are headlining the bill at the Kill One on Duke Street, Barrow, on Saturday night.
The charity concert is being held to raise funds for St Mary’s Hospice, with all proceeds going to this very worthwhile cause.
Other acts appearing include David Duffin & the Devotion, acoustic performer Terry Wilson and popular local singer, Becki.
Doors open at 7.30pm, and admission is only £2.
Ramirez have been making something of a name for themselves recently with their hard-edged, punchy blues and rock originals. Songs such as The Non-Conformist and Wake Up have already become firm live favourites, despite the band having only played a handful of local shows. Their attention has recently been focused on the recording of an 11-track CD, which is now available from memorabilia shop Pepperland Collect in Barrow’s Scott Street. The band’s raw and powerful sound is provided by Paul Byrne (vocals), Lee Rooney (guitar), Ross Skyrme (bass) and Wilf Pearson (drums).
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