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Alice Cooper Joins Sunflower Jam Line-up

Tuesday, August 28th 2012 14:45

The shock rock legend will be at the Royal Albert Hall in September

ALICE COOPER will be on the bill at the Sunflower Jam when it takes place in London on Sunday 16 September.

The legendary shock rocker will be joining the likes of BRUCE DICKINSON, JOHN PAUL JONES, BRIAN MAY & KERRY ELLIS and IAN PAICE on the line-up.

The sixth annual SUNFLOWER JAM takes place on SUNDAY 16 SEPTEMBER at the ROYAL ALBERT HALL and there is a stellar line-up of rock and roll talent on show to raise money for a great cause.

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ABOUT THIS YEAR'S SHOW

Host Jeremy Irons will be on hand once again to move marshall the proceedings, and the musical line-up this year is spectacular. Living Legends BRIAN MAY, BRUCE DICKINSON, ALICE COOPER, IAN PAICE and JOHN PAUL JONES will all perform along with ALFIE BOE and MARK KING, who is appearing for the first time!

And once again there is a brilliant house band on show to back up those legends. The house band features Paul Wix Wickins as Musical Director & keyboardist, Uli Jon Roth on guitar, Steve Balsamo and Margo Bucanhan on vocals, Jerry Brown on drums and Nick Fyffe on bass.

As well as a great bill and some great music, this is bound to be a poignant affair as the late, great Jon Lord - a longtime supporter of the Sunflower Jam - had been due to perform, which means that this year's event will give some of his close friends a chance to say goodbye.

Tickets are on sale right now, and there are still more acts to be confirmed!



ABOUT THE JAM

Set up in 2006 by Jacky Paice, The Sunflower Jam is a charity which works with forward-thinking doctors and practitioners to offer comprehensive integrated medical treatment to patients most in need.

Previous years have seen guest performances by the likes of Status Quo, Bill Bailey, Paul Weller, Robert Plant, Ray Cooper, Bruce Dickinson, Suggs, the late great Gary Moore and regular host Jeremy Irons as MC

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