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Chairman’s night of live music from the ’60s to today

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The band comprises of Chris Berry, guitar and lead vocals, Martin Shaw, lead guitar and vocals, Paolo Freemantle, bass and vocals and Julian Taylor, drums and vocals.
Pictured is Chris Berry
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Smiler. The band comprises of Chris Berry, guitar and lead vocals, Martin Shaw, lead guitar and vocals, Paolo Freemantle, bass and vocals and Julian Taylor, drums and vocals. Pictured is Chris Berry picture mike cowling mar 2 2013

The sounds of the Sixties through to today’s chart toppers will be on the menu at a concert in support of three Ryedale charities.

Cllr Janet Frank, Chairman of Ryedale District Council, is hosting a night with top Yorkshire singer and musician Chris Berry and his band to raise money for her chosen charities – Marie Curie Cancer Care, Ryedale Folk Museum and Farndale Village Hall Restoration Fund.

The event, at Kirkbymoorside Memorial Hall on Friday, May 2, at 8.30pm, promises to “be a night to remember”, said Cllr Frank.

She said: “The Chris Berry Band are amazing and the music on offer will give everyone the chance to party and also raise vital funds for local charities.”

A wide variety of songs will be on offer including hits such as Brown Eyed Girl, Dance The Night Away by The Mavericks, Come On Over To My Place, Valerie, Twist and Shout, and Sex on Fire by the Kings of Leon.

“We are delighted to have been asked to play for such worthy causes,” said Chris.

Tickets cost £10 and are available from (01751) 433403 or from Baines’ Fruit and Veg Shop, Kirkbymoorside.

 

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