Norwich, United Kingdom, June 25, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- 70’s Tribute act "Those Glam Rockers" made a presentation of a Hoist to St. Edmund’s House Activity Organiser, Rosie Rose, on the 7th June at All Hallows Hospital, Ditchingham. The band raised a magnificent £1,000 towards the purchase of this much used Hoist that is used to help patients in and out of their beds.
Paul Youngs, aka Stormy Tempest of the band, tells that the band had actually "put it’s make-up away" and hadn’t played for a few years until he mentioned to the rest of the band, Dave de Marco, Sonny Daez and Bruno Rok, that he would like to do something to thank All Hallows for the love and care they had shown towards his son Alex who was there for about four years following a serious road accident in 2005. The band agreed and reformed for two gigs at The Green Man, Rackheath, nr Norwich and the Kingfisher Holiday Park, Bradwell, Gt. Yarmouth.
Alex went on to Manchester for further rehabilitation last spring and Paul is hopeful of his return to this part of the world very soon. Following the success of these two gigs, the band decided to stay together and they have continued to perform this year. Those Glam Rockers celebrate 20 years together at Christmas and bookings are coming in thick and fast. More details on the band can be found at www.thoseglamrockers.com