Tuesday, June 14, 2011

El Gran Wyoming, Xoel Gurruchaga Lopez and pay homage to John Lennon for a good cause

The Caracol de Madrid hosts this Tuesday, June 14, a benefit concert in tribute to John Lennon which involved, among others, Javier Gurruchaga, Gran Wyoming or Xoel Lopez (exDeluxe), and whose benefits will be given to Doctors Without Borders as reported by the NGO itself. Thus, a total of fifteen artists pay tribute to The Beatles excomponente in an event organized by chord for Peace, during which will be given to Doctors Without Borders in a check for 14,400 euros, which will be allocated to treatment AIDS in Zimbabwe.

The value of the check corresponds to sales of the first 2,000 copies of the disk 50, The Beatles tribute, which the NGO Chords for Peace launched last November to mark the 50th anniversary of the English band. Among the members of the concert will be Julia Baird, Lennon's own sister, Rod Davis, a member of the first band that played British artist, The Quarrymen, and several artists like the aforementioned Gurruchaga, Lopez or the Great Wyoming, along Silvia Penide, the singer Raquel Molina or Tete Delgado.

The event will be hosted by Arangüena Ramon, Javier Coronas and Ainhoa Arbizu, and tickets cost 15 euros.

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