Johnny and pals singing for charity
SINGER songwriter Johnny Coppin and some of his friends are to perform a charity concert of acoustic music on Sunday, September 23.
The concert at Stroud's Subscription Rooms aims to raise funds for Acorns Three Counties Children's Hospice.
Johnny Coppin, who lives in Stroud and is also a broadcaster, has performed all over Europe and beyond and has recorded more than a dozen albums, including Edge of Day which was recorded with the late poet Laurie Lee, an album of Gloucestershire songs.
Johnny will be joined by a number of friends including the acclaimed singer Mike Silver with whom Johnny has had a long musical association, "Playing music together is a joy and a pleasure" he said.
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"Mike is an outstanding treasure amidst the crowd, all in all a wonderful musician."
Also performing is the group Appalachia from Bristol who combine blues, blue grass and American roots music.
Performers Nichola Clarke and Bob Porter, will also join the line-up for the evening's entertainment.
The Acorns Three Counties Hospice is currently caring for over 60 children and their families in Gloucestershire.
The evening starts at 7.30pm and tickets, priced £14 (concs £12) are available from the Sub Rooms or by calling 01453 760900.