Hogarth Club's Oxjam Thrilled The Crowds

Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden kicked off the music festival


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Iron Maiden superstar and Chiswick resident Bruce Dickinson launched the third Oxjam music festival last weekend (19th October) at the Hogarth Health Club. There was a fantastic array of music, ranging from The Counterfeit Stones, to rock choirs, even a ukelele orchestra, which kept music fans and club members on their feet throughout the evening.

Here are some pictures from the event.

The Counterfeit Stones - Russ, Dan and Colin were the headline grabbers

Fantastic Mick Jagger impersonation


The festival which took place across Chiswick, saw 120 bands playing at ten venues locally all in aid of the charity. There was something for every music taste at the Hogarth Club, ranging from Chiswick Rock Choir, the Hammersmith Ukelele Orchestra, Mad About Gospel, Fusion, and many many more.


Music across W4 spanned across disco, indie, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Nu folk, Irish, acoustic, Jazz, Soul, Funk, Roots, Reggae and Rock, and all proceeds will be donated to Oxfam GB


An enthusiastic crowd in the Hogarth Health Club

Bruce is also an experienced pilot


The Counterfeit Stones

Oxfam includes tomorrow’s headliners, rising starlets and the cream of local talent! Fans were treated to everything from Rock Choirs, Gospel Choirs, school Choirs, steel Drum bands, Ukele Orchestras and Classical and Opera! Chiswick played its part in making a success of the month-long musical celebration right across the country.

During October more than 800 venues, 11,000 volunteers, 9000 bands and musicians and over 200,000 audiance members will help Oxjam raise at least £260,000 to fight poverty. For more information - www.oxfam.org.uk/oxjam or call 0300 200 1255.


October 23, 2013

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