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"Just want you to know that you are the closest thing to an original 50's artist i've ever seen"
Bella B (in the guestbook)

Dave B's Red Nose Day 2011 - BA Flying Start Gallery
The look and sound of the king and more ……!

Over two separate days Dave B helped raise money for British Airways Flying Start Red Nose Charity. On March 14th Dave flew to Jersey and collected from passengers in flight, both there and back, as part of CBBC TV presenters Dick and Doms race across Europe with 14 volunteers. Over 3000 was raised. Then on March 18th Red Nose day Dave sang airside to passengers in the North Terminal, London Gatwick Airport and over 650 was raised for this one event alone.Two brilliant days for a very worthy cause. A HUGE thank you to everybody that gave both time and money.

For those who do not know what Red Nose Day is
Red Nose Day is a day like no other when the whole country gets together to do something funny for money and change countless lives in the process. It all culminates in a night of cracking TV on the BBC with some of the biggest names in comedy and entertainment. And the best bit? All the fun and mayhem helps to raise cash and transform lives across the UK and Africa. Red Nose Day 2011 has been an incredible success.
Red Nose Day
has raised £74,360,207 so far this year (2011). As of 29th February 2012 this total is now £108,436,277.

 
 
Gigs For December   Gigs For January

1st Rockin at The Scots Club, Heathly, Milton Keynes
13th Cooden Beach Hotel, Bexhill, East Sussex
15th Inn on the Park, Deanland, Nr Hailsham, East Sussex
19th Golfers Arms, Great Yarmouth (Shakin Stevens Tribute)
23rd Winter Dance Party, Norton Grange, Warners Hotel, Isle of Wight as The Big Bopper
31st Cooden Beach Hotel, Bexhill, West Sussex ELVIS NIGHT.

 

18th Good Rockin Tonite, Esher Rock n Roll Club
19th Good Rockin Tonite, 3Rs Rock n Roll Club, Reading
21st Good Rockin Tonite, Carshalton Rock n Roll Club
23rd Rock n Roll Paradise as Ricky Nelson and Big Bopper
Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
27th Trade Union Club,Eastbourne

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