RAF College Cranwell musicians and Tony Christie on Newark Palace Theatre line-up
RAF musicians are back in concert at Newark’s Palace Theatre on Saturday, raising much-needed funds for the Royal Air Force Music Charitable Trust.
Some of the UK’s finest military musicians will be performing tunes from film and stage as well as some of the more traditional repertoire, and new vocal arrangements from the charts.
It will be performed by the RAF Cranwell Band.
While also thanking NHS heroes from 2020, the concert will also recognise current members of the Royal Air Force who have also been supporting the recent covid-19 operations.
The Royal Air Force Music Charitable Trust is a Newark-based charity founded by former RAF Cranwell musician Malcolm Goodman to support RAF musicians and their families during regular deployments.
Serving or HM Forces veterans are encouraged to wear their medals to the concert.
International singing star Tony Christie is at the Palace a week tomorrow as part of his latest UK tour.
Tony Christie has recorded million-selling albums and singles, performed in the world’s best-known arenas and major festivals, including Glastonbury, and has found fame all around the world in a career spanning five decades.
This new tour sees him perform with his band all his greatest hits, including I Did What I Did For Maria, Walk Like A Panther, Las Vegas, Avenues And Alleyways and the number one single (Is This The Way To) Amarillo.