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Gunnersbury Tavern Gig to raise funds for Cancer Research

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The Gunnersbury Tavern are hosting a charity gig for Cancer REsearch on 14th October with Frank the Cat who play at the venue several times in the year.

The idea is to raise money on the evening towards Cancer Research UK's target, through an auction to sing with the band and a donation collection being held on the night, because entrance is free.

With their vibrant versions of sixties, seventies and eighties soul, disco and funk covers, Frank The Cat has built up a reputation as one of the most exciting live acts on the circuit today.The ten piece band is made up of the tightest rhythm section, a three piece brass section to blow you away, two mighty fine girl singers and the soulful lead vocal talents of Roy Gayle.Anyone who's seen Frank The Cat at one of their regular venues or at a private party will testify - you've just got to get on up - and dance... Playing songs from such artists as: James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Kool and the Gang, Luther Vandross, Earth Wind and Fire, Al Green and Stevie Wonder, this is one night you won't want to miss.

Due to Government cut backs in charity funding each Cancer Research UK shop has to raise extra funds outside of what they already raise in their donation stores, and thus the shop are hosting events each month up until December to raise extra money.

September 30, 2011