Second Lions concert raises over €1,500

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Second Lions concert raises over €1,500
WOWING THE CROWDS: Mr Pink offered ‘something to please everyone’ with their 75-minute set Photo credit John Snell

THE seafront in Moraira recently played host to the second concert in the series of free summer shows produced by the Teulada-Moraira Lions Club, which raised over €1,500 for the local health centre.

The evening began as Lion President Brian Clarke welcomed everyone and explained that the proceeds of the concert were going to help fund the purchase of an Eco Grafo machine for the local health centre in Moraira.

Lion Colin Lilley then introduced the first act, John the Fiddler who was followed by Mr Pink.

‘Mr Pink, headed by ‘Rafa’ on lead guitar and vocals, thrilled the crowd for the next 75 minutes with some great songs of which there was something to please everyone. With Rafa’s amazing guitar flair and dexterity and Christian’s keyboard talents, supplemented by a great rhythm section on drums and bass, it proved a faultless performance and left the crowd begging for more’ said Lion Peter Johnson.

A total of €1572.90 was raised and the Lions express their greatest thanks both to the audience for their generosity and Hamiltons of London for their sponsorship.

The next concert will take place next Sunday August 20 from 7.30pm with Carolina Serrato with her Lady Gaga/ Michael Jackson tribute show supported by Timewarp Duo.

All are welcome and a bar and seating will be provided.

The series of shows are free to enjoy although the Lions will circulate throughout the audiences inviting donations for local causes.

For more information visit www.tmlions.com or call 966 499 954.

The Teulada-Moraira Lions Club is actively seeking new members. If you’d like to join one of the largest service clubs worldwide with over 3 million members, please get in touch with Membership Secretary Nico Dekkers – 965 974 941 / nicorateulada@gmail.com.

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