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Many Thanks to Phoenix

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Posted By : mr.nwb | Comments : 4

For playing at Charlottes 18th Birthday Party - and helping raise over £1K for two Cancer Charitys!




(Air guitar guest spot from Mr.nwb)

Thanks for Phoenix for playing their last gig (with Steve Slinger on lead vocals) - At Charlottes 18th birthday party (Mrs NWB's - sister)

Charlotte decided to give all birthday money received on the night to two Cancer charities. Charlotte battled cancer a few years back, and unfortunately had to have her leg amputated - Thankfully she is now in remission! :-)

The amount going to charity is well over 1K! - which is fantastic.

We also got a sneaky peek of the new Phoenix lead singer (Dave) - He sounded absolutely amazing, and did a good job on the Cults Lil'Devil

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# Posted by 45s - 23/01/2012, 13:20 (GMT)

Fantastic result all round. Well done everybody !


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# Posted by G-IT-22 - 23/01/2012, 13:32 (GMT)

Good on Charlottes determination n spirit !!


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# Posted by Big Drummer Boy - 23/01/2012, 18:29 (GMT)

We had a great night Thanks, and good luck to Charlotte, a brilliant and very determined 18 yr old

All the best to her


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# Posted by Phoenix - 25/01/2012, 17:52 (GMT)

Thanks Paul, it was a privilege to be part of it and it was great to catch up with you guys again. Hats off to Charlotte, what a girl! I was moved by her generosity and selflesness.

John


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