Thanks to everybody involved in the third annual A Perfect Combination fundraising gig for The Stephen Hughes Foundation, presented by Freetownway. Great to work with Andy Richardson and Hazel and Gary Hughes. Thanks to Matt Lund for brilliant sound all day and Mal, Mikey & everyone at Kardomah94 and to everyone who came to watch the show, full house all day. Big thanks and high fives to everyone who pulled out all the stops and played fantastic sets all day for an excellent charity.
Throughout the day we had music from 18 acts, 55 musicians – a real treat.
Afternoon session: Diggory Venn, Cassie Patton and Tom Steer, Emily River Thomson, Sarah Shiels, Mike Greaves and Andy Watson; Nathaniel, Harrison, Dan and Steve from Wolfreton School, Work in Progress, Zachary Theodorou with Angie and Pedro, DJ Doodlebugs and host Ted Key.
Evening Session: The Avenues, Snake Eye, The Brontes, Sleeperman, Nervous Twitch, Loudhailer Electric Company, Ched’s Bare Bones, Moscow for Pleasure, Rebel Sell, DJ Doodlebugs and host Burnsy.
Afternoon Show Gallery of photos by Rich – click on an image and scroll on…
Evening Show Gallery by Rich and LECo photos by Mike O’Connor – click on an image and scroll on…
All the proceeds of the night – £1,640 are for local charity, The Stephen Hughes Foundation. Stephen was a young Hull born school teacher and footballer who had been a student at Wolfreton School. Stephen died at the age of 23 of the heart condition giant cell myocarditis. The charity set up in his name raises funds for the British Heart Foundation, the Myocarditis Foundation and the Stephen Hughes Foundation Sports Award which helps primary school children participate in sport for social skills and self-esteem purposes. A Perfect Combination is delighted to support The Stephen Hughes Foundation celebrating Stephen’s life by creating real positive musical and sporting benefits for children and young people.
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