Hazel O'Connor To Launch Re-Joyce Christmas Single

By Covsupport News Service
Last updated : 27 October 2010
Esteemed Coventry singer Hazel O'Connor is to launch her Christmas Single at the Leamington Assembly on Tuesday November 16th.



The single "Re-Joyce" is for her mum and features a host of top name artists in a song produced by Roger Lomas. Funds will go to Myton Hospice

Party to launch and film the Xmas single 'Re-Joyce'.

Artists attending and performing on the night include:

Hazel O'Connor - 'Will You' & 'Eighth Day'
...
Toyah - 'It's a Mystery' & 'I want To Be Free'

Carol Decker - 'China In Your Hand' & 'Heart and Soul'
(T'Pau)

Pauline Black - 'On My Radio' & 'Missing Words'
(The Selecter)

Ranking Roger - 'Mirror In The Bathroom' & 'Tears of a Clown'
(The Beat)

Vince Hill - 'Edelweiss' & 'Look Around You (And You'll Find Me There)'


Neville Staple - 'Too Much Too Young' & 'A Message To You, Rudy'
(The Specials)

Moya Brennan - 'Theme From Harry's Game' & 'Robin of Sherwood'
(Clannad)

The Subterraneans

The Bluja Project

Bob Brolly MBE (BBC CWR Radio Presenter/singer and also compere for the night)

Live sound mix: Roger Lomas

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Doors open 7pm (latest entry 9pm)
Age restriction 14+
Tickets are £15.00 adv + booking fee

Tickets available online from:

The Assembly, Leamington Spa Box Office phone no.: 01926 523001
http://www.leamingtonassembly.com/

The Subterraneans.co.uk
http://www.thesubs.co.uk/

Fast-track PayPal link (via The Subterraneans.co.uk)
https://www.paypal.com/uk/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_flow&SESSION=7NhkZdzbxB9AfdkSWj_7fn3MhYzp-21H1snUDjxWuY6uVoTLx0BNxNqjxdK&dispatch=50a222a57771920b6a3d7b606239e4d529b525e0b7e69bf0224adecfb0124e9b61f737ba21b08198aa166382b1a4fa18397ddfa4b9e9201b

Tickets also available in person from Myton Hospice (Warwick) and Midnight Record Stall, Coventry Market.


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